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door lock 407427 640Ontario tenants who have fallen behind on their rent because of COVID-19 will need provincial help to stay housed when the current eviction ban is lifted, new analysis from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Maytree says.

“Many renters couldn’t make rent on April 1 or on May 1, and June 1 will be tough, too,” said . . .

pump storage- by Greg Bobier, Business Manager – Waterloo-Wellington-Dufferin-Grey Building and Construction Trades Council

We are all focused on the COVID-19 pandemic which is dramatically impacting our local economy. While government subsidies such as the...

hand 3699825 640- by Ian DeWaard

With nearly 80 per cent of COVID-19 deaths connected to long-term care facilities, our collective attention has been turned toward Ontario’s eldercare facilities. We hear news of military personnel, hospital staff, and even education workers being deployed to assist with the overwhelming impact that this deadly virus has had in long-term care homes. We have also seen. . .

public inquiry- by Eric Coleman

Today, the Ontario government announced it will be launching an ‘independent commission’ into the state of long term care (LTC) homes in Ontario. If you’re out of the loop, a report was recently made public from the federal government, based on the experiences of armed forces support in 5 LTC homes through April and May. That report found. . .

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