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News & Events
Financialization, housing and homelessness: Leilani Farha is on it. The UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Adequate Housing talks to us about these themes in PUSH, the film that followed her around the globe for two years. The CAEH and Alberta’s 7 Cities on Housing and Homelessness are screening … More
The 2019 federal general election has begun and the stakes for people experiencing homelessness are high. Modern mass homelessness in Canada began as a direct result of federal policy decisions and federal leadership will be key to ending it. Recent successes prove we can move federal policy in the right … More
Investment from Veteran and Families Well-Being Fund allows the Alliance to begin work immediately to end veteran homelessness in up to five communities, piloting a community-based model proven effective in the U.S. that can be quickly scaled to any Canadian city. The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness aims to … More
The key to good data is definitions – knowing exactly what and how you are measuring something. This blog is part of our ongoing Data Corner series offering practical insights into how data can transform homelessness systems for the better. By Jessica Brunet, Data Advisor, Built for Zero Canada Whenever I am … More
Since 2009, Edmonton has reduced its overall homeless numbers by 43% and since January 2018 has cut its chronic homeless numbers by an additional 15%. How did they get there? Through committing to quality data, community engagement and continuous improvement. This blog is a part of our Bright Spot series … More