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WARMINGTON: Homeless enjoy fancy food as Anthony Rota's garden party cancelled

Canoe 28 Sep 2023
Homeless enjoy fancy food as Anthony Rota's garden party cancelled Back to video ... The homeless will be eating well in Ottawa Friday. Or maybe, more accurately, they are enjoying the spoils of Canada’s parliamentarians ... Bequeathed to Canada in 1950 by prime minister William Lyon ...
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Is the homelessness crisis in Abbotsford growing? A look inside an encampment

CTV 28 Sep 2023
Take a drive along the Trans-Canada Highway through Abbotsford and you will see a community faced with a homelessness crisis that it cannot change alone ... .
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Can public opinion reduce homelessness in Orange County? Experts say it might

Orange County Register 24 Sep 2023
This spring, when asked by pollsters from UC Irvine to rank the biggest problems facing Orange County, local residents listed homelessness 71% of the time and a related issue, lack of affordable housing, 69% of the time ... Nobody is suggesting a new attitude has, so far, done much to end homelessness ... United to End Homelessness.
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Barrie wanted to ban donations to homeless people on its property. Advocates are sending the ...

CBC 24 Sep 2023
A coalition of local and national organizations is using a previously proposed Barrie bylaw amendment to show the United Nations examples of policy that criminalizes homelessness in Canada ... .
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Aggressive geese chasing kids and pets, raising a stink in Echo Park Lake

ABC7 23 Sep 2023
ECHO PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Echo Park Lake has had its problems over the years, especially with homeless encampments ... The problem stems specifically from Canada geese, and officials say the birds are aggressive ... Homeless encampments had swallowed up a large chunk of the park ... MORE ... .
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RCMP 'gutted' by death of Const. Rick O'Brien, 51, shot in B.C.: deputy commissioner

North Shore News 23 Sep 2023
COQUITLAM, B.C. — The death of another Mountie in British Columbia less than a year after the last killing “enrages” the lead officer in the province ... Shaelyn Yang, who was stabbed to death while accompanying a Burnaby, B.C., city worker to a homeless campsite. McDonald said the past year had been a tragic one for police departments across Canada ... B.C.
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Greater addiction, mental health supports needed, UBCM tells Victoria

North Shore News 20 Sep 2023
... frameworks for decriminalization, de-stigmatization, safe supply, suitable medical treatments and thereby function to holistically address the opioid crisis, mental health issues and their connections to homelessness and overdose deaths in local governments across Canada.”.
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Prince George encampment eviction ‘a serious violation of human rights,’ federal housing advocate says

North Shore News 19 Sep 2023
adhere to and promote the application of the human rights principles contained in the National Protocol for Homeless Encampments in Canada; recognize the distinct rights of Indigenous peoples and include them in the development of policy approaches to encampments; undertake a ...
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International students are not to blame for Canada's housing crisis

Beijing News 19 Sep 2023
The college eventually met the demands of these students, but others in North Bay and across Canada continue to struggle to find decent and affordable places to live while they study ... Despite this blame game, the facts show how reliant Canada is on international students ... Canada's leaders encouraged international students to come here.
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Opinion: International students are not to blame for Canada's housing crisis

North Shore News 19 Sep 2023
The college eventually met the demands of these students, but others in North Bay and across Canada continue to struggle to find decent and affordable places to live while they study ... Despite this blame game, the facts show how reliant Canada is on international students ... Canada’s leaders encouraged international students to come here.
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Canada’s conservatives take hard turn against transgender people

Washington Blade 16 Sep 2023
Canada’s federal and provincial Conservative Parties are suddenly joining American-style culture wars centered on transgender issues, announcing new policies to crack down on access to medical care and women-only spaces, and restricting trans children from using chosen names and pronouns in schools.
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'Complete destruction': Canadians mobilize to help Morocco after earthquake

Moosejaw Today 13 Sep 2023
MONTREAL — A Canadian aid worker in Morocco says he's seen scenes of "complete destruction" in the wake of a 6.8-magnitude earthquake that has killed more than 2,900 people and left many more injured and homeless. Hassaan Sheikh of Islamic Relief Canada says his team ...
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‘Complete Destruction’: Canadians Mobilize to Help Morocco After Earthquake

The Epoch Times 13 Sep 2023
... in the wake of a 6.8-magnitude earthquake that has killed more than 2,900 people and left many more injured and homeless.
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Humbert beats Wawrinka to help France top Switzerland at Davis Cup Finals

Statesville Record & Landmark 13 Sep 2023
Defending champion Canada and Italy are also in the group ... Homeless man, woman attacked with machete in Statesville; Police searching for suspect Statesville police search for suspect in assault; 2 schools placed on lockdown Disturbance at Statesville High football game leads to ...
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Mario Canseco: Significantly more B.C. families are struggling to make ends meet

North Shore News 12 Sep 2023
The start of the school year offers a unique opportunity to gauge the state of families in B.C. . For almost three in 10 British Columbians (29 per cent), housing, homelessness and poverty is the most important issue facing Canada. Health care (21 per cent) and the economy and jobs (18 per cent) round up the top three concerns ... Moms in B.C ... .

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