Legislation means Ontario can’t shut down tiny home project

These tiny homes are part of a project in Ontario to help unhoused people. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

ONTARIO – The teams at Community in Action and Origins Faith Community were discouraged with the city’s decision in April to shut down the tiny home shelters for unhoused people.

They remained determined to find a solution that would allow the 16 families to keep a roof over their heads. 

That solution arrived May 12 from Salem in the form of legislation – House Bill 2006 – which “requires local governments to . . .