We believe housing is a right, not a privilege. It cannot be treated as a commodity to be governed by market forces. All people deserve safe, affordable and accessible homes. All levels of government have a role to play in ensuring its citizens have access to a healthy and sustainable way of life in their own communities.
What we're advocating for
We will be a voice for the tenant community, continue to build the tenant movement, and do our utmost to represent our collective needs to government. Holding them to account on their policy decisions. Below are some of the policies we're fighting for.
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PEIFAH presents case to Charlottetown City Council
We ask that federal programs for social housing be expanded, and that all levels of government follow the lead of other provinces by creating local social housing projects.Learn More
We call upon all municipalities to make changes to their by-laws to require developers to assure 25% of units are affordable and accessible.Learn More
We need an open-to-the-public rent registry to be built to provide Island residents the information they require to make proper choices when looking for a an apartment to rent.Learn More
Tenant/Landlord dispute protocols
We ask that improved protocols and enforcement are put into place to assist tenants in holding landlords accountable for their negligence.Learn More
PEI People First
Most adults with intellectual or physical disabilities can’t afford the rent landlords demand, thus they have to live in substandard conditions. Because of this, we ask the government to invest in publicly funded accessible units.Learn More
Short Term Rentals
We ask to reclaim our residential neighbourhoods for our neighbours and families, rather than become filled with commercial properties.Learn More