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This is our library of resources and research including international and Canadian reports, videos, webinars and backgrounders on the implementation of the right to housing.

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The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child Concluding Observations
PDF | Published: 2022

The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child

The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child called on the Canadian government to address the ways children’s rights continue to be neglected, especially where Indigenous and racialized children, children in poverty, and children with disabilities are concerned. 

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Tenant rights and obligations
CERA
Website | Published: ND

Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA)

The Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA) outline the rights and obligations of tenants in Ontario.

Tenant rights in Ontario
ACORN Canada
Website | Published: ND

Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) Canada

In light of the range of issues that tenants face, local ACORN offices across Ontario have been holding tenants rights workshops so that tenants have adequate knowledge to fight for their rights. You can find their presentations here.

Template letters
TRAC
Website | Published: 2022

Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre (TRAC) BC

TRAC encourages you to communicate with your landlord in writing. If you ever have to go to dispute resolution, your evidence of written correspondence could be the difference between winning and losing your hearing. TRAC offers a variety of templates for you to use and edit based on your specific situation.

Claiming the Right to Housing Across Canada
Workshop Resources
Website | Published: 2022

The National Right to Housing Network (NRHN)
Centre for Equality Rights in Accomodation (CERA)

TRAC encourages you to communicate with your landlord in writing. If you ever have to go to dispute resolution, your evidence of written correspondence could be the difference between winning and losing your hearing. TRAC offers a variety of templates for you to use and edit based on your specific situation.

10 days of what the #right2housing means for you
Website | Published: 2022

The National Right to Housing Network (NRHN)

With the appointment of Canada’s inaugural Federal Housing Advocate, the National Right to Housing Network launched a 10-day social media campaign on what the #right2housing means for you. Learn about the key components of what is considered adequate housing, some of the systemic barriers that directly impact individuals and groups that are already marginalized, and more.

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