Northern Housing Rights Survey

The Human Rights Code protects all Ontarians from discrimination with respect to their housing. Despite this, violations of the Code are widespread and act as a major barrier to low income and other disadvantaged households, particularity Métis, First Nation and Inuit people, in their attempts to access appropriate and affordable housing.  Sometimes these violations are intentional – more often they are not.

For this reason, the Métis Nation of Ontario and the Centre of Equality Rights in Accommodation are requesting Northwestern Ontario Métis, First Nation and Inuit community members to participate in our survey.

This survey is part of the Northern Housing Rights: Promoting housing rights among Métis, First Nation and Inuit people in Northwestern Ontario project.  The information gathered will be used by MNO and CERA to develop a report on the incidences housing discrimination directed at Métis, First Nation and Inuit people in Northwestern Ontario.

As a special thank you for your participation, First Nation, Métis and Inuit tenants are eligible to enter into a draw for an iPad.

Survey Ends November 30, 2014.

Draw will take place December 3, 2014.

To complete the survey on line:

Click here to download the survey online (PDF).

Sponsored through the Law Foundation of Ontario.

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