By spending a night in the cold, Tanya Wiles-Bell hopes to bridge a generational gap in her church community while raising awareness about homelessness.
The city has approved opening 400 new spaces for people experiencing homelessness in Toronto this winter, but is this enough?
The Comfort Inn East hotel in Scarborough may soon be transformed into a homeless shelter for some of the most vulnerable men in the city.
A campaign attempting to raise awareness about homelessness has received mixed-emotions from residents of a wealthy Toronto neighbourhood.
When 21-year-old Kiwayne knocked on the door of Covenant House, in Toronto, he had been living without a home intermittently for four years. Kiwayne was forced to leave his foster family at the age of 17. “Being so young and trying to manage paying rent, buying food, going to school and working a full-time job […]
When Michael Erickson ran for councillor of Ward 14 Parkdale/Highpark in the 2010 municipal elections, he promised to create a shelter dedicated to homeless LGBTQ youth in Toronto.
Janet Davis says she will return to city hall as the councillor for Ward 31, and fight for the needs and services of families, neighbourhoods and communities. Davis and her supporters gathered Monday night at the Bus Terminal Restaurant on Danforth Avenue. She delivered a celebratory speech thanking her constituents.