Research and Insights

Housing, Homelessness, and the Health Pandemic

May 27, 2021 | All Publication, Community Data, Social Landscape

Key findings:

  • Neighbourhoods with high proportions of residents living in rental housing have high rates of COVID-19.
  • The rental housing market is under stress from many landlords using tactics to increase rents and/or evict tenants during the pandemic.
  • People experiencing housing instability and homelessness have endured even more isolation and stress during the pandemic.

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