This week on the homeless front

October 14, 2008

A B.C. Supreme Court ruled that people experiencing homelessness can legally camp in city parks.

A traveling homeless camp named after the mayor of Seattle called “Nickelsville” has moved for a third time since September.

A tent city with more than 160 people in Reno is swept with the promise of more services.

Homeless numbers in Massachusetts hit a record high.

Three years after Katrina, 6,500 federally subsidized New Orleans apartments sit empty.

Posted by Israel Bayer

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