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  • AIS joins WoodGreen – a case study on organizational integration

    A Tudor style, 3-storey walk-up apartment building with 13 units built in 1995. A landscaped rear patio, and large trees add to the appeal of this building located within 10 minutes of the beaches. An east end café was the setting for an energetic conversation between a leader of a small supportive … Read more »

  • What’s the status of your file?

    Last week, we received a worrying email from the Landlord and Tenant Board (the LTB) regarding a specific application. The email introduced a new form, called Advanced Resolution Request, for Landlords, Tenants and Co‑op Applicants to submit. The LTB describes the purpose of this form is to “help th … Read more »

  • Court order gives Mi’kmaw fishers temporary protections, but what are the next steps?

    This article was first published on rabble.ca. This publication and others have written about the shocking acts of violence and intimidation toward Mi’kmaw lobster fishers in Nova Scotia following the inauguration of a fishery in St. Mary’s Bay by the Sipekne’katik First Nation in September 2020. In … Read more »

  • CHF Canada launches its first-ever Virtual Fall Education Forum!

    Tomorrow marks the first webinar in CHF Canada’s month-long Virtual Fall Education Forum. Tomorrow, Celia Chandler will join co-op managers across Canada to talk about human rights in housing in a live Zoom session.  Later in November, Celia will participate in a session on mental health and human r … Read more »

  • Is the LTB collapsing under its case weight?

    As you likely know, because of the pandemic restrictions, the Landlord and Tenant Board (the LTB) suspended hearings related to eviction applications and also put the brakes on issuing eviction orders. The Sheriff too was stopped from carrying out eviction orders from mid March until the end of July … Read more »