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News & Events

January 16th, 2019

Homeless Memorials hope to create change and honour the lives lost in their communities

Memorials honouring lives lost to homelessness are turning into a growing grassroots movement fighting stigma and calling for action on homelessness to prevent this needless loss of life —and these communities need your help.   Every time a homeless person met with an untimely end, Cathy Crowe was one of … More

December 18th, 2018

Transforming Canadian shelters into ‘engine rooms of homelessness elimination’

In this guest blog, James Hughes, co-editor of Beyond Shelters, looks at the promising results of ending homelessness when homeless shelters adopt a Housing First approach.     By James Hughes     Homeless shelters have changed a lot over the last 25 years. I’m proud to have edited a … More

December 9th, 2018

Reflecting women’s diverse realities in Canada’s housing strategy

Canada’s new housing and homelessness strategies could bring system-wide transformation if they position women with lived experience as key informants Guest blog by Arlene Hache, CAEH Board Director, Women’s Homelessness Advisory Committee co-chair and a person with lived expertise Canada’s first National Housing Strategy (NHS) signals the federal government’s re-engagement … More

November 29th, 2018

‘Veteran homelessness in Canada is readily solvable’

The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs today and this is what we had to say about preventing and ending veteran homelessness: it can be done!   By Tim Richter, CAEH President & CEO Good afternoon everyone. Thank you for … More

November 26th, 2018

Advocates Urge Independent Oversight and Human Rights Hearings in Forthcoming Legislation

On the first anniversary of Canada’s National Housing Strategy important questions remain about the federal implementation of the Right to Housing.   CALGARY (November 26, 2018) –  Canada will fall short of international standards on the progressive implementation of the right to housing if it excludes independent oversight and adjudication … More

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