Roadwork mega-projects. Loss of street parking to bike lanes. Homelessness and drug addiction at their door. A tempest of devastation is hammering downtown London businesses. Time alone won’t end it. Norman De Bono reports.
Indwell in the News
Hamilton stands to receive roughly $20 million in provincial funding toward housing and anti-homelessness initiatives this year and next.
Hamilton’s sole voice within the provincial government is promising to meet with affordable housing advocates after she was confronted by protesters during a funding announcement in the city.
Proposed Ontario Health Teams will transform how local care is provided under sweeping changes coming into effect as part of Conservative health care reform
The waiting list for affordable housing in London just got a little shorter.
Thanks to Indwell, a Hamilton-based affordable housing agency, 67 people struggling with mental health issues, homelessness or a disability will move into ready-made, one-bedroom downtown apartments Monday.
After several meetings with Councillors, Indwell has the approval that will allow them to begin redevelopment on the Norfolk Inn.