In what can only be described as a rallying cry for more support, affordable housing advocates from across Ottawa came together Thursday to call on municipal council and mayoral candidates to commit to funding more social housing.
The numbers are pretty simple: $15 million
The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld rulings that denying two chronic alcoholics long-term support payments would violate the province’s Human Rights Code.
The Ontario Disability Support Program had argued over the years the men should be
Date July 7, 2010
Time 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Where Metro Hall Rotunda, Toronto
ODSP Action Coalition
From an ODSP Action Coalition announcement:
Please join us on July 7th for the ODSP Action Coalition’s event “Telling Our Stories: Disability Should Not Equal Poverty”.
This event will
Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey did the math and says Ontario should do more for people on social assistance.
Bailey is one of 18 MPPs who filled out a “Do The Math” survey for the Social Planning Network of Ontario — a group asking the government