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Social Housing Emergencies Show Vulnerable Tenants Need Support

Social housing communities are increasingly home to the most vulnerable members of our communities. The private rental market has left many renters behind, meaning that for families fleeing domestic violence, individuals wrestling with mental health and addictions challenges, and aging seniors on fixed incomes, social housing may be the only available option. It's become clear that both the public and the government now expect social housing providers to go above and beyond their traditional role as landlords, to assist at-risk tenants.

Winnipeg Fire Kills Four

Two women and two young girls have died after five people were pulled from a house fire in Winnipeg's West Kildonan area on Tuesday night. Family friends have confirmed the names of the deceased as:...