Doug Ford asks homeless to stop tenting in Toronto parks
Toronto continues to see homeless encampments pop up throughout the city in public squares and parks as vulnerable people look for spaces to stay safe.
The question of what to do about homeless populations remains at the forefront of the effectiveness of stay-at-home orders as the debate grows over the relaxing of restrictions.
Canadian cities like Edmonton should leave open public transit stations for the homeless population to sleep in during frigid winter months.
Seattle has a prolific homeless offenders problem—one made worse by a light on crime approach championed by progressive activists in elected office.