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Decent, safe and affordable housing is a basic human necessity. Without it, there is no foundation for people to thrive and enjoy good health, personal security, and stable communities. Today, in Canada, several million people lack adequate housing, and many are without any shelter at all. Various forms of affordable housing - emergency, transitional and supportive - together with income and health-related supports and services are needed to adequately house and protect vulnerable Canadians.
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A Miracle on 43rd Street
Aging in Place: Bea's Room of her "OWN"
Bridging the Gap - Regina Landlords and Renters on Social Assistance
End Persistent Homelessness
From Homeless to Home: A Documentary
Here At Home: Evicted
Here at Home: Honestly Painfull
Housing First - Your Alberta
Ici, Chez soi - Douleur réelle
Ici, chez soi - Une chance de ne plus être seul
Introducing Our Year 2 Video, Starring our Formerly Homeless Neighbors!
Personal Stories - Slash
Rewriting the script
Shelter Life: Loud and Foul
Shelter: a look at Manchester's homeless
Stories from Formerly Homeless Calgarians
Sweet, Sweet Toronto
The Agenda with Steve Paikin: Helping Hidden Lives
Vancouver ends homelessness
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