Radio-Canada interviews CHRA Board President on legislated right to housing

Friday, November 9, 2018
Stéphan Corriveau, CHRA Board President, provided insights and context surrounding the legislated right to housing in Canada during a televised interview on Radio-Canada Ontario. 
 
He detailed the scale of the mass homelessness phenomenon we are experiencing in Canada and explained that adopting a law would help correct this situation that has been worsening in the last 25 years due to lack of federal government involvement. Stéphan also pointed out that at the federal level, although things have been heading in the right direction for the last few years with commitments that would enable building up to 10,000 units per year, there remains an important need for major investments in social, non-profit and affordable social housing that go beyond a law. Without these investments, he explains, we will not be able to absorb this crisis, it will instead get worse. 
 
Watch the clip below (only availble in French)
 
 
The Réseau québécois des organismes sans but lucratif d’habitation has also made the interview transcripts available on their website
 
 

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