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This Change in Legislation Should Help Domestic Violence Survivors Flee Faster

The Residential Tenancies Act has been changed to help achieve this goal. At its 12 locations across the city, the YWCA Toronto helps about 12,000 women each year. Much of the work it does centres on housing—it offers nine different types, from homeless shelters to transitional housing to emergency shelter from violence. Women who use its services tell staff about the challenges they’re facing, and, until recently, […] The post This Change in Legislation Should Help Domestic Violence Survivors Flee Faster appeared first on Torontoist.
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