Important court case regarding housing in Ontario and Canada. If you are in Toronto, please attend, and show your support.
In the spring of 2010, several individuals and the Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation filed a landmark legal challenge at the Ontario Superior Court. The ‘Right to Housing challenge’ argues that the governments of Canada and Ontario are in violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for their failure to address, and their contribution to, the growing crisis of homelessness and inadequate housing. Almost 10,000 pages of expert witness evidence were submitted to support this case on National Housing Day in the fall of 2011.
The governments of Canada and Ontario have responded by seeking to have the case struck, before the evidence can be heard by a judge.
On Monday, May 27th and Tuesday, May 28th, Fay Faraday, Peter Rosenthal and the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario will argue that the case must proceed.
Amnesty International & the Economic Social and Cultural Rights Network…
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