Income support, inflation, and homelessness
Author: University of Calgary
Topic: Financial behaviour/decisions, Housing and homelessness, Lived experience, Poverty issues
Publisher: University of Calgary
Location: Canada
Format: Brief
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: July 29, 2022

A good deal of attention has been paid to the question of what these high rates of inflation in housing and food costs mean for Canadians. Much of the concern has focused on the implications for middle-income Canadians hoping to purchase a home, while squeezing their household budgets. But what do these rates of inflation mean for Canadians with very low income? For them, high rates of inflation in the price of food and shelter mean more than having to delay thoughts of homeownership. For them, the threats are considerably more serious.

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