Housing andhomelessness:Organizing forsocial changeMichael ShapcottOPICCO, 13 June 2013
Four observations:1. Housing insecurity deep / persistent2. Costly to people, communities,economy, government3. Housing / ...
MosthousingneedsinvisibleCore housingneed (ON):627,530 h/hsHousing waitlists (active):156,358 h/hsSubstandardhousing (ON):...
0.50%0.60%0.70%0.80%0.90%1.00%1.10%1.20%1989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820...
$0#$500#$1,000#$1,500#$2,000#$2,500#$3,000#$3,500#2007-01-012008-01-012009-01-012010-01-012011-01-012012-01-012013-01-0120...
$0##$50##$100##$150##$200##$250##$300##$350##$400##$450##2007*01*01#2008*01*01#2009*01*01#2010*01*01#2011*01*01#2012*01*01...
Source: CMHC Corporate Plan 2013Erosion of federally-subsidized housing450000$500000$550000$600000$650000$700000$2007(01(0...
When the feds cut a dollar in housinginvestments… matching funds fromprovinces, territories, municipalities,community and ...
$0$100,000,000$200,000,000$300,000,000$400,000,000$500,000,000$600,000,000$700,000,000$800,000,0002008-01-012009-01-012010...
$0$100,000,000$200,000,000$300,000,000$400,000,000$500,000,000$600,000,000$700,000,000$800,000,0002008-01-012009-01-012010...
Dynamicpolicylandscape
New thinking and newtools required
Humanrightsinhousing
Mobilizing forpositive changein localcommunities
Thank you!www.wellesleyinstitute.com
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Housing and Homelessness: Organizing for Social Change

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This presentation looks at which indicators point to deep and persistent housing insecurity and homelessness and the opportunities for social change.

Michael Shapcott, Director of Housing and Innovation
www.wellesleyinstitute.com
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Housing and Homelessness: Organizing for Social Change

  1. 1. Housing andhomelessness:Organizing forsocial changeMichael ShapcottOPICCO, 13 June 2013
  2. 2. Four observations:1. Housing insecurity deep / persistent2. Costly to people, communities,economy, government3. Housing / homelessness investmentseroding4. No comprehensive housing plan
  3. 3. MosthousingneedsinvisibleCore housingneed (ON):627,530 h/hsHousing waitlists (active):156,358 h/hsSubstandardhousing (ON):300,020 h/hsUnaffordablehousing (ON):1,245,435 h/hs
  4. 4. 0.50%0.60%0.70%0.80%0.90%1.00%1.10%1.20%198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009Erosion of federal housing investments(Federal housing investments as a percentage of GDP)1993-endoffederalhousing1996-‘step-outoffederalhousing1998-NationalHousingAct1995-NDP-Liberalbudgetdeal2009- StatsCanadacancelsGREdatabaseSource: Statistics Canada GRE database
  5. 5. $0#$500#$1,000#$1,500#$2,000#$2,500#$3,000#$3,500#2007-01-012008-01-012009-01-012010-01-012011-01-012012-01-012013-01-012014-01-012015-01-012016-01-012017-01-01Source: CMHC Corporate Plan 20132010 - federalstimulus budgetNational housing spending (in millions)$1.4 billion cut from 2010 to2017: 45% reduction innational housing spending
  6. 6. $0##$50##$100##$150##$200##$250##$300##$350##$400##$450##2007*01*01#2008*01*01#2009*01*01#2010*01*01#2011*01*01#2012*01*01#2013*01*01#2014*01*01#2015*01*01#2016*01*01#2017*01*01#Source: CMHC Corporate Plan 20132015 - zero federal dollarsfor new housingAffordable Housing Initiative (in millions)
  7. 7. Source: CMHC Corporate Plan 2013Erosion of federally-subsidized housing450000$500000$550000$600000$650000$700000$2007(01(01$2008(01(01$2009(01(01$2010(01(01$2011(01(01$2012(01(01$2013(01(01$2014(01(01$2015(01(01$2016(01(01$2017(01(01$Cut of 133,800 subsidizedhomes - 21% loss
  8. 8. When the feds cut a dollar in housinginvestments… matching funds fromprovinces, territories, municipalities,community and business are lost
  9. 9. $0$100,000,000$200,000,000$300,000,000$400,000,000$500,000,000$600,000,000$700,000,000$800,000,0002008-01-012009-01-012010-01-012011-01-012012-01-01Source: Ontario Public AccountsHousing spending in Ontario (operating)Federal / Ontario
  10. 10. $0$100,000,000$200,000,000$300,000,000$400,000,000$500,000,000$600,000,000$700,000,000$800,000,0002008-01-012009-01-012010-01-012011-01-012012-01-01Source: Ontario Public AccountsHousing spending in Ontario (capital)Federal / Ontario
  11. 11. Dynamicpolicylandscape
  12. 12. New thinking and newtools required
  13. 13. Humanrightsinhousing
  14. 14. Mobilizing forpositive changein localcommunities
  15. 15. Thank you!www.wellesleyinstitute.com

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