The pandemic prompted a sharp increase in homelessness rates, but advocacy groups say the city has spent the year doing more attempting to erase the problem from the public eye than solve it
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City council has voted against a motion to declare Toronto’s homelessness and housing crisis a state of emergency.
Ward 4 city councillor Gord Perks speaking at the press conference at Toronto City Hall the morning of Jan 22. (Kiki Cekota/ Ryersonian) By Melissa Bennardo and Kiki Cekota City…
Toronto Mayor John Tory recently announced that he’s making affordable housing a top priority. But he’ll have to reconcile this commitment with what one charity, Fred Victor, is saying is a 100 per cent increase in homelessness over the past two years.