Ontario budget positions parents with children aged 2.5 to four years to save tens of thousands of dollars with historic plans to eliminate child care fees.
B.C.’s new budget offers younger British Columbians reason to celebrate. While it won’t solve the #CodeRed affordability challenges overnight, it makes more progress on child care and housing than we have seen in years.
Hundreds of people wrote letters or showed up to speak in support of the bold new strategy. And our training session?! It was MASSIVE.
Without a breakdown in generational spending, it's too easy for politicians to resort to platitudes like “younger Canadians are our future”, while budgeting in ways that compromise our present and future.
At this year’s Union of B.C. Municipalities convention, delegates passed three resolutions to discourage speculation, flipping, commodity investment and other distortions to our housing markets.
After receiving 3,000+ signatures from Gen Squeeze, the Ontario government closes the 1991 rent loophole that permitted limitless rent increases for many tenants.