Survey Data: Household Move and Government Response
survey data: Out of all those households, one-fifth were already in a subsidized unit and waiting to either move to a new home, or have someone from the household move out on their own, according to CTV. Although they make up a small portion, there were some clear differences in perceptions of affordability. The survey data, the first of its kind on wait times for social housing, shows 173,600 households, or nearly two-thirds, were waiting at least two years. Renters in social housing, in particular, reported being more satisfied with costs than those in the private market. It also points to the urgency of a federal government response, and that we should be doing as much as we can as soon as we can, he said. Tim Richter, CEO of the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, said they are some of the best numbers he has seen. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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