housing crunch: A refugee family from Nigeria that has stayed in Toronto shelters since February will move to a four-bedroom apartment near Finch Ave, according to Toronto Star. W. and Weston Rd. in September. Like thousands of others who crossed the Canada-U.S. border and made their way to shelters in Toronto, they found themselves squeezed in a housing crunch that has become a focal point for both a public backlash and a political spat. Some people think that we come here to take money from your government, said Adenike, 38. We don't want to take up the shelter space. That's just not the case. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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