Megan Stacey, London Free Press:
London city council is staring down a $228 million backlog in needed repairs to its public housing stock, a grim reality underlined by unsafe playgrounds cordoned off by caution tape at London and Middlesex Housing Corp. (LMHC) properties this summer. More than 3,000 families are waiting to get into public housing, and many more Londoners are in desperate need of a place that’s more affordable.
The London Free Press asked the four main mayoral candidates about their solutions for the housing crisis plaguing the city. Read the full story here.