On May 2, at the 2013 CHRA Congress in Ottawa, CHRA formally launched its “More Rental Housing for More Affordable Housing” Policy Statement
CHRA President, Phil Brown, addresses delegates at NBNPHA's 20th Annual Conference.
CHRA welcomed to Congress the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, with responsibility for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
CHRA is connecting its members to MPs and Senators, so they can hear directly from affordable housing and homelessness service providers.
Canadian Housing and Renewal Association to host 45th National Congress on Housing and Homelessness in the Nation’s Capital
The Mobilizing Local Capacity to End Youth Homelessness Program is looking for two new communities
You can now download the program for an overview of all the sessions, workshops and activities taking place during Congress 2013.
As had been requested by CHRA, the federal government has renewed two key affordable housing and homelessness programs in its 2013 federal budget.
On February 27, Bill C-400, An Act to ensure secure, adequate, accessible and affordable housing for Canadians was defeated in the House of Commons.
MPs must open the door to safe, affordable housing
On February 27, MPs will have an incredible opportunity. They will vote on Bill C-400.