Since March of 2020, the City of Toronto has permanently housed more than 2,000 individuals experiencing homelessness. That is an increase of 50% over this time last year. But there still is not enough space to house every person seeking refuge.
That’s where a carpenter named Khaleel Seivwright tried to step in. He started building makeshift shelters that could stay warm even in -20ºC temperatures from body heat its resident alone.
His online fundraising page quickly skyrocketed past his target of $20,000. Within no time, Khaleel was working 7 days a week in his garage to build and provide free mobile shelters across Toronto.
But as is often the case, no good deed goes unpunished.
This is the story of how a Toronto man's ingenious project to help those struggling with homelessness ended with him being sued by the city of Toronto.
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