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A Safe and Decent Place to Live: Towards a Housing First Framework for YouthA Safe and Decent Place to Live: Towards a Housing First Framework for Youth via the homeless hub (homelesshub.ca/housingfirstyouth)   Across North America and elsewhere in the world, Housing First is recognized as an effective and humane approach to addressing homelessness. The need for a consideration of how Housing First works for young people (aged
'Housing First' approach may put homeless youth last: report'Housing First' approach may put homeless youth last: report Lee-Ann Goodman (Canadian Press), April 22, 2014   A new report says the success of so-called Housing First programs could have a limited effect on young Canadians living on the streets.   The report warns against what it calls the Housing First Jr. approach, saying youth homelessness
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City greenlights laneway suite pilot projectCity greenlights laneway suite pilot project Natascia Lypny (Leader Post), March 29, 2014   Two laneway suite developers will be used as guinea pigs to test whether the above-garage dwellings might find a home in Regina's tight housing market. "We're trying to respond to the needs of more housing, more affordable housing, and more
Housing First's Sam Tsemberis Meets in ReginaHousing First's Sam Tsemberis Meets in Regina Dagan Harding (Director Homelessness Initiatives, YMCA) March 21, 2014   Housing First co-founder Sam Tsemberis came to Regina on Feb 18th to build on the first round of community consultations and engage Regina's stakeholders in a discussion about Housing First. Hosted by the Rural &
Regina Homelessness Community Consultations Regina Homelessness Community Consultations Dagan Harding (Director Homelessness Initiatives, YMCA) March 13, 2014   Welcome to the Housing First Update for Regina, Sk. We have exciting news for you. First off, thank you very much for all your support and feedback. We are learning first hand that coordinating Housing First in
Charity event gives U of R students taste of homelessnessCharity event gives U of R students taste of homelessness Natascia Lypny (Leader Post) - March 10, 2014   REGINA — It’s impossible to replicate the struggle of homelessness, but local shelters say a University of Regina event that has put five students on the street for a week will be instrumental in raising awareness about this issue.
Regina to receive $5.5 million from Ottawa to battle homelessnessRegina to receive $5.5 million from Ottawa to battle homelessness Marco Vigliotti (Metro News) - March 9, 2014   Regina is slated to receive $5.5 million over the next five years from the federal government to tackle the city’s homelessness woes under the recently renewed Homelessness Partnering Strategy.   “We still have a very
Regina forum examines housingRegina forum examines housing Barb Pacholik (Leader Post) - March 8, 2014   REGINA — Feeling unsafe in her own home, a tenant has repeatedly called police about suspected offences by her neighbours — but can’t afford to move anywhere else.   With a long-standing drug problem coupled with mental
Frigid temperatures filled up sheltersFrigid temperatures filled up shelters Rikkeal Bohmann (Leader Post) - March 4, 2014   REGINA — As Regina became the sixth coldest place on earth over the weekend, shelters were filling up from people trying to escape the bone chilling weather.   The Salvation Army’s Waterston Centre had to go into overflow
Regina's vulnerable tenants could face greater hardshipsRegina's vulnerable tenants could face greater hardships Kerry Benjoe (Leader Post) - February 19, 2014   Most delegates at the City of Regina's Housing Roundtable were in agreement about their position on housing.   The biggest concern was what will happen to low income families once federal government funding expires.   Almost all
Regina sees 60% drop in housing starts in JanuaryRegina sees 60% drop in housing starts in January Leader Post - February 10, 2014   REGINA — Housing starts in the Regina area were down nearly 60 per cent in January to 111 total starts from 269 during the same period in 2013, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).   Single-detached home starts were
Fewer housing starts forecast for Saskatchewan in 2014-15Fewer housing starts forecast for Saskatchewan in 2014-15 Leader Post - February 8, 2014   REGINA — Housing starts in Saskatchewan are expected to decline slightly from 8,290 in 2013 to 7,700 in 2014 and 7,500 in 2015, reflecting the slowdown in the potash industry, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CHMC) market outlook
Regina housing only moderately unaffordable Stu Niebergall (Leader Post) - February 3, 2014     The 10th annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey was recently released. This study provides a unique look into housing affordability. For 10 years, the study has rated metropolitan markets in Canada, Australia,
Housing First policy could help end homelessness in Saskatchewan, says expertHousing First policy could help end homelessness in Saskatchewan, says expert Kerry Benjoe (Leader Post) - January 30, 2014   Saskatchewan has the potential to end homelessness, says one housing expert.   Tim Richter, president and CEO of Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, said Saskatchewan is where Alberta was in 1992. At that time, Alberta had the

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