Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The COH is the curator of the Homeless Hub.
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The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The COH is the curator of the Homeless Hub.Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
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A house-call for the homeless may sound like a contradiction in terms - but it's a living mission for an Ismaili Muslim doctor in Toronto. Dr. Naheed Dosani is a young physician who makes house-calls...
In this episode, we’re exploring what it means to be young and homeless. We start with the story of Conor, a youth with lived experience who was able to break out of the cycle of homelessness, and is...
It’s the debut of the Homeless Hub Podcast! Our first episode sees us speaking with Dr. Valerie Tarasuk of the University of Toronto about food insecurity, food banks, and what needs to be done to...
In this edition of No Fixed Address, our series on homelessness, a student at Laurentian University is studying the lives of ten homeless women... all over the age of fifty. Annie Boucher calls them...
It's hard enough to be 18-yrs-old, in school and homeless when you are transitioning from male to female in a shelter where the rules don't fit. Today, we're looking at the challenges facing LGBT...
Dr Gabor Maté reveals the biological basis of addiction, and the insanity of the statist war on drugs. http://www.drgabormate.com Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1944, Gabor Maté emigrated to Canada...
This week WRNI and the Rhode Island Foundation held a special forum looking at poverty and homelessness in Rhode Island. In our This I Believe segment, we talk with Constance Vergowven, who has...
Funding for low-income housing has been falling for years. And nationwide, many public housing units have been torn down. The wait for housing vouchers in some cities can now last a decade, just as...
For many college students and their families, rising tuition costs and a tough economy are presenting new challenges as college bills come in. This has led to a little-known but growing population of...
A no-nonsense interview between CBC Radio Canada and Misha Kleider from Streets of Plenty. Many questions people have about the film are answered within. Watch the entire documentary film here.