What Priorities Should We Look At?

The Child-Friendly Housing Coalition has been in the midst of some re-organizing. Previously, the CFHCA started out as a means by which to rally towards protection for children in housing in Alberta. This window of opportunity arose as a result of a January 2017 court ruling on age and the Charter.  The government had agreed … Continue reading What Priorities Should We Look At?

Changes to the Alberta Human Rights Act Now in Force

As of January 1, 2018, landlords can no longer discriminate on the basis of age in Alberta. Changes to the Alberta Human Rights Act are now in force. Rental buildings: The changes mean rental buildings can no longer be designated “Adult only” or have age restrictions unless they are designed seniors-only (age 55+). Condominiums: Condos … Continue reading Changes to the Alberta Human Rights Act Now in Force

Fill in the Edmonton Insight Community Survey!

This month the Edmonton Insight Community survey (administered by the City of Edmonton) includes questions about people's attitudes toward children in apartments and condos. Please take a moment to fill in the survey--the data will be invaluable. You need to be a member of the Edmonton Insight Community to fill in the survey; if you're … Continue reading Fill in the Edmonton Insight Community Survey!

You’re Invited to our Launch Party!

On April 8, please join the Child Friendly Housing Coalition of Alberta (CFHCA) in partnership with The Hendrix at the official CFHCA campaign launch to end discriminatory housing practices in Alberta. This community party will take place just steps from Grandin LRT on the rooftop lounge of The Hendrix, Edmonton’s newest family-friendly luxury apartment building. … Continue reading You’re Invited to our Launch Party!