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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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Alternative Federal Budget 2023
Rising to the Challenge
| Published: 2022

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Canada continues to face a multitude of challenges that are deepening the housing crisis, including profit-driven corporate investments in housing (i.e., the “financialization” of housing). To address these pressing concerns and demonstrate a path forward, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has released their Alternative Federal Budget (AFB) for 2023, crafted alongside various NRHN partners.

In its first chapter on housing affordability and homelessness, the AFB cites Canada’s international and domestic obligations to uphold the fundamental human right to housing (including the 2019 National Housing Strategy Actand “makes Canada’s signature on these documents a reality by committing to ending homelessness within a decade.”

In direct response to the financialization of housing, it also “takes the wind out of housing investors’ sails and creates new affordable rental, community, social, and co-op housing.”

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Intersectional Feminist Housing Demands
Website | Published: ND

Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women (OCTEVAW)

What would housing from an intersectional feminist framework look like? In this report, read about the housing demands created by the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women (OCTEVAW), in the lead up to the 2022 provincial and municipal elections.

Women’s rights body rules on Kell v. Canada complaint
Website | Published: ND

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)

The UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women ruled in favour of Cecilia Kell, an Indigenous woman, in her complaint on discrimination against Canada.
You can find more on the Kell v. Canada complaint case here.

Provincial and territorial facts sheet
Website | Published: 2015-Present

These fact sheets were created with the help of provincial and territorial authorities in charge of landlord-tenant issues in each of the respective areas to outline the rights and obligations of both parties.

Tenant rights and landlord rights in Quebec
Website | Published: ND

This fact sheet outlines the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants residing in Quebec.

Landlord-tenant laws in Manitoba
Website | Published: ND

Pillar Property Management

Pillar property management outline a basic overview of the landlord-tenant laws in Manitoba for rental housing.

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