The City of Toronto has released its yearly plan to keep people experiencing homelessness warm during the coming winter.
Several senior citizens now have new roofs over their heads, thanks to the opening of 59 new permanent modular homes in East York.
The 11th annual Coldest Night of the Year event met its fundraising goals this month despite setbacks due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Volunteers sold toques all over Toronto for the annual Toque Tuesday campaign to prevent homelessness.
The problem of homelessness is still very relevant in the city, and its importance has only heightened with the increasing cold weather that 2019 has brought.
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?
About two hundred people attended a memorial Tuesday, August 8th for the founder of downtown Toronto’s homeless memorial, Bonnie Briggs. It was held at the Church of the Holy Trinity, next to Eaton Centre. That church is the site of the Homeless Memorial, which Briggs, 64, founded in 1997.
Toronto is working to obtain accurate data on the number of homeless deaths outside of city shelters.
There are many ways you can contribute to ending homeless deaths on the street.