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COVID-19 Drives Increased Needs—and Help—for Homeless

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The money from the federal government will mean “we’re going to see our capacity extended beyond what we’ve ever seen in St. John’s.”

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Poverty rate shockingly high in the U.S., just as rampant in Canada

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Five million people in Canada are living in poverty.

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Christmas at Choices for Youth

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“Thirty percent of the homeless population in St. John’s are between the ages 16-24. For them, and for many others, the holidays are not a happy time — they’re a reminder of being in a position of extreme vulnerability.”

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It’s not ‘either / or’

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Happy Valley-Goose Bay can and should open its doors to refugees fleeing violence in Syria, while also finding a permanent solution to ending homelessness in Central Labrador.

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Report calls for action to end youth homelessness in NL

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With youth homelessness rates higher than the national average and growing, advocates say Newfoundland and Labrador urgently needs a binding and actionable provincial plan to eliminate the problem.

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Shrive to do better

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Yesterday was ‘Pancake Day’, and there was also much talk about homelessness. Let’s not keep it to a single day.

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Our housing crisis

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Why the skyrocketing cost of housing in St. John’s is a problem for everyone in the province.

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You gotta fight for your right to…sleep?

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Since 2008 homelessness activists in B.C. have been defending their right to sleep in tents in city parks. One of them, David Arthur Johnston, recently visited St. John’s to share his experiences.

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Tiny Tim needed more than turkey

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…and so do a growing number of Canadians

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