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Municipalities, advocates eye Hamilton as city becomes the first to create renoviction bylaw

  • The City of Hamilton in Ontario is set to introduce a unique renoviction bylaw that will require landlords to obtain licenses for property repairs. The bylaw aims to decrease bad-faith evictions and will oblige landlords to secure appropriate documents before obtaining a renovation license.
  • ACORN Hamilton, a tenant advocacy group, played a significant role in pushing for the bylaw, which has garnered support from council members in Ottawa, Windsor, and Peel Region seeking similar measures.
  • This new regulation is part of a broader effort in Ontario to address renovictions, with other communities in the province closely monitoring and developing their own bylaws.
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