Off the Hour features Street Beat: Homelessness and Housing at Street Level
Tonight on Off The Hour, 5-6pm:
The first edition of STREET BEAT: a weekly look at issues of homelessness and the realities facing people living on the street. Street Beat is a project of the 2012 Homelessness Marathon happening in late February on streets of Montreal and on airwaves across the country.
Listen back to the first episode: What does the Parti Quebecois offer people living on the street and facing issues of poverty and housing?
Tuesday, September 11 Street Beat featured a round table discussion in french with Margeline Dépars, co-director of RAPSIM, Aurore Larkin, a case worker from Maison Marguerite women’s shelter, and Adrienne Campbell, director of Projet Autochtones du Québec about the current needs of their organizations and the newly elected provincial government’s action plan on homelessness and affordable housing.
As always, you can find the archived show here!
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