13
May

Leilani Farha, our Committee Member named UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing

By: CSPSC

  Leilani Farha named UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing       Photograph by: Chris Roussakis, Ottawa Citizen   Ottawa’s Leilani Farha, a lawyer and anti-poverty activist, has been… Leilani Farha, our Committee Member named UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing

17
Apr

Homeless in Ottawa: Fewer people using shelters, but length of stays increasing, report finds

By: CSPSC

A new report on homelessness gives Ottawa poor grades for affordable housing.The Alliance to End Homelessness has released on April 15 , the 2013 Report Card on Ending Homelessness & 10-year… Homeless in Ottawa: Fewer people using shelters, but length of stays increasing, report finds

10
Feb

First Nations to get more control over Social Citizenship Rights in Education, Ottawa says

By: CSPSC

  Prime Minister Stephen Harper was at an Alberta high school Friday to unveil the Conservative government’s plan to reform First Nations education. (featureproductions.ca) The federal government has unveiled a… First Nations to get more control over Social Citizenship Rights in Education, Ottawa says