So You Think You Can House?

by Clark Brownlee About 150 people jammed the Winnipeg Free Press News Café and spilled out into the patio to take part in the “So You Think You Can House”, pre-election debate on Monday, September 19. Ron Schuler… Read More

West Broadway Housing Forum

by Sarah Cooper For most of the ’80s, at least 10 percent of the new housing built in Canada was affordable housing. After 1993, the number dropped to less than one percent. This means that very little housing… Read More

So You Think You Can House?

The Right to Housing Coalition (of which the CCPA-MB is a member) and Planners Network present an election forum on affordable housing in Manitoba. Come to hear the Liberal, NDP, and PC housing platforms. September 19, 7pm Winnipeg… Read More

Do Social Mixing Policies Work?

by Jonathan Hildebrand PDF version Does social mixing as public policy result in more equitable cities, more culturally diverse neighbourhoods, and less social marginalization? These are some of the goals to which social mixing policies have aspired, but… Read More

Fast Facts: The expiration of operating agreements in social housing

by Carole O’Brien PDF version One of the most pressing issues facing social housing providers is the on-going expiration of long-term operating agreements. These subsidies, created by the federal government in the 1970s in light of the high… Read More

Red Tent Day- April 2011

Manitoba Office- On April 19, 2011, Winnipeg’s Right to Housing coalition held a March for Housing to coincide with the Red Tent Day of Action across Canada. The march drew attention to the urgent need for affordable housing… Read More