Aid 6,000 Homeless At $561M

Federal aid worth more than a half billion annually reduced the “point-in-time count of homeless persons by about 6,000 people,” the Budget Office said yesterday. The homeless population overall had grown since 2018 despite the spending, wrote analysts: “It costs half a billion dollars for the Prime Minister to drive up homelessness.”

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