Here is yet another story by Kendall Worth about housing and poverty. Rose has learning disabilities and may have to move out of the place she loves as it is becoming more difficult for her ageing parents to support her.
Kendall Worth with a follow up on an earlier story about a family pushed out of their home and the neighborhood they love because of a huge rent increase.
This is a story about a young woman on welfare and a landlord who wanted her out of her apartment. It’s also a story about the importance of knowing the law, fighting back and not giving up. Kendall Worth reports.
Kendall has a birthday wish.
Kendall Worth on yet another case where a caseworker doesn’t believe a doctor’s diagnosis and special diet recommendation. Keep in mind that these doctors who write the special notes have gone to school seven or more years of their lives to study to become doctors! Why do we have a system where this needs to happen?
A singe mom on income assistance faces a huge rent increase and may have to leave the neighborhood she likes and the city where she has a support system. A common story! Kendall Worth reports.
Canada Day causes Kendall to think about the stigma of poverty and how to handle unwelcome encounters with overly curious acquaintances.
We like to tell good news stories, and this one by Kendall Worth you don’t want to miss. A young woman on income assistance gets to go to university, and she credits the free bus pass as the reason it all got started.
Kendall Worth writes on yet another person living in poverty who encounters problems getting home after day surgery. Good thing poor people look out for each other, even if they don’t know one another!
Kendall Worth with a reminder that even the smallest things, like buying cleaning supplies, are a challenge when you are on income assistance. And when your trusty old vacuum cleaner dies you’re really screwed.