The State of Women’s Housing Need & Homelessness in Canada’s release on June 25 was met with widespread media coverage from coast to coast. See some of the great news coverage below.
Homelessness amongst women, girls and gender diverse peoples is a crisis in Canada – hiding in plain sight. But on June 25, the report from our network shed light on this epidemic and was met with national media coverage, thanks to your support. We were covered by national Indigenous magazine the Windspeaker, CBC syndication, and the Canadian Press just to name a few.
Read just some of the coverage below by clicking the yellow links.
Windspeaker: Homelessness ‘uniquely dangerous’ for women, researchers report
gLOBE AND MAIL: COVID-19 increases risk for Canada’s ‘invisible’ homeless women, study shows
cbc mETRO mORNING: INTERVIEW WITH KAITLIN SCHWAN (cLICK hERE) AND HILLARY CHAPPLE (cLICK HERE)
tORONTO sTAR: COVID-19 increases risk for Canada’s ‘invisible’ homeless women, study showS
The Canadian Press article was also picked up by the National Post, CTV News, CityNews Toronto, Our Windsor, Maple Ridge News, Global News, Radio Canada International, Peace Arch News, Winnipeg Free Press, Richmond Sentinal, The Record, and more!
Co-Chairs Kaitlin Schwan and Arlene Hache did back-to-back live interviews for CBC syndication on June 26. They were featured on Ottawa Morning, Ontario AM, Island Morning (Charlottetown), London Morning, Newfoundland Morning, Cape Breton Information Morning, Yukon Morning, On The Island (Victoria), and Daybreak North (Prince George/Prince Rupert).