Issue is then policies should also be done to help the avg person as well with real estate in this city as well either be rezoning and other things.I assume you are among those who complain that the homeless are "too visible' and should not sit on the streets, erect tents or really 'impose themselves' on honest hard-working taxpayers. Making available temporary hotel-shelters seems like a good idea to me as the City (and Province) can then, MAYBE, work with them to find permanent housing, health care, mental health support and trying to deal with the (usually complex and multi-faceted) problems that have resulted in their homelessness in the first place. I certainly agree that ONLY providing a roof and a bed is not enough.
I am not saying I am against hotel use for homeless but I am saying people who are not homeless need help to and it seems people just ignore that.
Like I live in brampton and the housing situation is just oof
That is why I went lol cause we having 10 to 20 people in a suburban house here.