Charter Challenge refused by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear our Right to Housing appeal. After five years of courageous work by the applicants and our lawyers, this decision ensures that the Canadian courts will not hear our Charter challenge to hold the Canadian and Ontarian governments responsible for the crisis in affordable housing and homelessness.

The courts have said that this issue is political rather than legal in nature. If that’s the case, it’s time for the government to step up and develop a National Housing Strategy that properly addresses homelessness and inadequate housing, and protects the most vulnerable members of our community.

Homeless and precariously housed Canadians can’t afford to wait any longer!

Read the press release here

Read the Toronto Star article here.

3 thoughts on “Charter Challenge refused by Supreme Court

  1. This is a very upsetting outcome from the Supreme Court. Affordable Housing is desparately needed.

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