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Workshop Resources: Claiming the Right to Housing Across Canada

January 17, 2022 / News Releases

Throughout 2021, CERA and the National Right to Housing Network (NRHN) held a series of regional workshops with local partners across Canada.

During these workshops, participants identified the systemic issues that prevent people from realizing their right to adequate housing in their province or region—particularly already-marginalized populations like Indigenous peoples, women-led households, persons with disabilities, members of racialized groups, immigrants and refugees, youth, members of LGBTQ2S+ communities, and those with low incomes.
Participants also proposed solutions for how housing rights can be claimed under the National Housing Strategy Act (NHSA).

 


Summary Reports

The reports below provide summaries of the discussions held during our 2021 regional workshops across Canada. Click the buttons or images to download the reports.


Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba

With local partners:

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British Columbia

 

With local partners:

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Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut

 

With local partners:

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New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Labrador,
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island

 

With local partners:

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Québec

 

This workshop was led by:

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