People experiencing homelessness in Ontario are more vulnerable than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic. From outbreaks in congregate settings to encampments popping up to provide temporary shelter, we discuss this important issue with Lakehead University's Rebecca Schiff; Rev. Ron Dunn, executive director of the Downtown Mission of Windsor; Nadine Green, site coordinator for A Better Tent City; and Lorraine Lam, an outreach worker for Sanctuary Toronto.
Resolving Homelessness in Ontario
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Mar 25, 2021
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