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First Nation members working on Shoal Lake 40's link to the outside world excited, emotional about helping to fix a century-old mistake that isolated the community in order to provide Winnipeg with drinking water.
The move would do away with the current calculation that allows landlords to charge their tenants annual inflationary increase plus an additional two per cent top-up.
New leader is first Indigenous woman to lead a political party in Alberta.
The plans are part of the “Vision Zero” strategy, which aims to “eliminate deaths and serious injuries from London’s transport network by 2041.”
Malcolm Brodie and Heather Schoemaker of the National Zero Waste Council argue for the need to reduce waste.
Together, the world’s urban centres can send a message to the fossil fuel industry: join us in tackling climate change.
New Orleans razed a thriving African-American business corridor to construct an elevated expressway. Now, the Claiborne Corridor community reimagines the space below as a hub of culture, commerce and play.
The $1.1 million acquisition of 812 East 24th Street is just one of a dozen purchases OakCLT has made so far this year.
Research found that a huge income boost would be delivered to England's 'left behind' communities who voted in support of Brexit if hated business rates were replaced.
“The Supported Rooming House model will provide long-term housing for eight hard-to-house individuals with supervision and supports to help break the cycle of homelessness.”
The Government of Canada has released its first Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS), that seeks to address the fact that 3.7 million Canadians live in poverty.
Barb Phillips is one of a growing number of death doulas in Canada trying to transform the way we view death and the dying process.