With this analysis, the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg and the Right to Housing Coalition examine exactly what the federal government is offering and how we in Manitoba can best capitalize on the plan. Finally-a-National-Housing-Strategy.2018.03
Publications in the Coalition’s Archive relating to Housing Policy
November 22, 2017 – CHRA response to National Housing Strategy The federal government today unveiled Canada’s first ever National Housing Strategy, a historic plan which contains a series of policies and programs that puts the needs of Canada’s most vulnerable populations at its core. The Strategy aims to invest over $40 billion with the objective […]
Nov 22, 2017 – The federal government has announced the details of its ten-year national housing strategy a 10-year, $40-billion plan to help ensure that Canadians have access to housing that meets their needs and that they can afford.
The federal government launched national consultations to solicit the views of individual Canadians and housing organizations, experts and stakeholders on the vision, outcomes, themes and principles for a National Housing Strategy. This report highlights what was heard during the four-month consultation process. It includes input and analysis from an online survey, expert and stakeholder roundtables, focus […]
At a National Housing Day event held in Winnipeg and hosted by the Right to Housing Coalition on November 17th, the report, Building a Community Asset: The Ongoing Need for Social Housing in Manitoba by Josh Brandon, Community Animator at the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg was released. Click here to read the report.
On Wednesday, October 12th at the Resource Assistance for Youth (RAY), the Winnipeg Plan to End Youth Homelessness named “Here and Now” was released. The goal of Here and Now is to develop the shared vision, action framework, and grounding principles needed for effective systems’ integration, policy and program alignment, and collaboration between all community […]
On October 11, the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) submitted its response to the federal government. Entitled “Housing At A Crossroads: CHRA’s Vision for the Next Generation of Housing Policy in Canada”, this report contains 24 specific recommendations to improve national housing policy in Canada. Read this report and recommendations here.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Big City Mayors’ Caucus announced their principles for the National Housing Strategy at the Toronto Housing Summit which brought together federal, provincial and municipal leaders and over 200 representatives of non-profit, co-operative and private sector organizations, as well as residents and housing experts.
The Federal Working Group of the Right to Housing Coalition has released its submission to the Federal Budget 2017 Consultation. Using data and trends from Manitoba, Right to Housing calls for a ten-year commitment of funding for RGI, social and affordable housing units, a commitment to rental construction tax policy that supports new builds in the […]
At a press conference on Parliament Hill on February 4th, CHRA and a coalition of six other housing sector leaders released a joint statement, Affordable housing: a foundation for social inclusion in anticipation of the federal budget. Sector leaders call on the government to include the following components in its upcoming federal budget: protect and […]