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The Homeless Hub

Compendium of academic research and resources on homelessness in Canada.

Operated by the Canadian Observatory On Homelessness at York University. » View Website

A Guide to Giving

As a CCWN Donor, your contribution and generosity, allows us to provide emergency hunger relief and related quality of life programs to over 1000 people a month! » Download (.pdf)

Niagara's Housing & Homelessness Action Plan

The actions Niagara will take over the next 10 years to end homelessness and provide residents with suitable, adequate housing to help them achieve their full potential. » Read More


News & Articles

U of Guelph Food Waste Research Receives Nearly $1.3 Million From Walmart Foundation

Two University of Guelph researchers will receive grants totaling nearly $1.3 million from the Walmart Foundation.

Both grants will...

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Young, Queer and Trans, Homeless, and Besieged

Alex Abramovich has been working to help change the conditions faced by LGBTQ youth who are experiencing homelessness and attempting to access the emergency shelter system.

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Research Matters Blog

This week the four full-time Homeless Hub staff members, one of our students and our post-doctoral visiting fellow attended the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness' first National Conference on Ending Homelessness...

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Welfare Regimes, Social Values & Homelessness

This paper examines the exposure to homelessness of socially marginalised groups in six European countries in order to understand better the applicability of, and limits to, welfare regime analysis.

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Multi-site Housing First Intervention

This study evaluated implementation and fidelity of Housing First in five-site research demonstration project. Qualitative methods were used to examine factors that helped or hindered the implementation of Housing First and overall a high level of fidelity to the Housing First model was found.

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Mean Streets

This is the first European report that examines the extent and nature of criminalisation of homelessness in Europe. It brings together articles from academics, activists, lawyers and NGOs on the topic of human rights and penalisation.

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Building on Evidence

This resource summarizes what many researchers at CRICH see as essential elements for successful homelessness reduction strategies. It is meant for community representatives, policy-makers, program administrators, funders and frontline workers.

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Explore the newly released hunger count report

A snapshot of hunger in Ontario.

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