Homelessness / Housing

Unveiling a safe haven for LGBTQ youth

Posted January 19, 2016

Article Source Toronto Star

 

Toronto researcher Alex Abramovich was interviewing a homeless transgender teen about her  experiences when the penny dropped about his own sexual identity.

Peer Educator

Employer: 
The Dream Team
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Contract - part-time
Application deadline: 
Friday, January 22, 2016
Contact name: 
Email: 

Peer Educator, 1 available position

 

The Dream Team –a group of psychiatric consumer survivors who advocate for more supportive housing –is developing a Tenant’s Rights workshop surrounding the Residential Tenancy Act. The workshop will be delivered in a peer to peer format and as a result, we are seeking a Peer Educator to co-facilitate workshops to tenants across the GTA.

 

Task Force Member Criteria

§  Passionate about social housing tenant safety and rights enforcement

A Cost effective MOVING SERVICES for individuals and families on a limited income (GTA)

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( If you have any question, please contact Community Service Movers in Peel at 905-997-0514 or email communityservicemovers@hotmail.com)

 

Housing Program Intake Worker

Employer: 
Unison Health and Community Services
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Contract - part-time
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Contact name: 
Email: 

Unison Health and Community Services is a non-profit, community-based organization that serves neighbourhoods in North West Toronto. Unison's mission is working together to deliver accessible and high quality health and community services that are integrated, respond to needs, build on strengths and inspire change.

A Winter Solstice Feast for LGBTIQ2S People

Date(s): 
Tue, 12/15/2015 - 17:00

Egale Youth OUTreach in partnership with the CRC and the Toronto Urban Native Ministry presents this month’s OUT in the
Kitchen.

A Winter Solstice Feast
Tuesday December 15th at 5:00 pm.40 Oak Street

Featuring:
Teachings by 2 Spirited Elder Blu Waters and a performance by Jeremy Dutcher professional opera singer. Jeremy preformed for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

This feast is open to all who identify as LGBTIQ2S. We will be preparing a meal together. Aboriginal meal and special dessert.

How much heat does my landlord have to provide?

Source: 
Your Legal Rights

How much heat does my landlord have to provide?

No matter what type of heating equipment you have, your landlord must keep it working properly so it can keep your place warm enough. Usually this means at least 20°C from September to June.

The exact temperature and dates are different for different places in Ontario. For example, in some areas the temperature must be 21°C, and in some places in Northern Ontario heat must be provided all year.

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