The Index is a comprehensive database that compiles rental housing statistics for cities, regions, and provinces across Canada. See how much rent Canadians are paying in different parts of the country, compare affordability measures and find out where residents are overcrowded and severely overspending on housing.
This resource allows CPLEA to continue to help Albertans understand housing law by providing easy to understand legal information through the website, resources and workshops. Its services are timely, practical and available across the province, which means CPLEA can provide help to rural people and to vulnerable audiences who do not have other housing or legal help available to them.In 2014 Housing, Landlords, Primer/brochure, Renters
Taking the laws that apply to renters in Alberta and presenting them in a useful, quick-reference format, this booklet can be used as a convenient ready-reference source for students and first-time renters. This is the latest publication resulting from Phase V of the Legal Resource Centre’s Residential Tenancies Legal Information Program.
In 2008 Landlords, Primer/brochure, Realtors, Renters
This website offers comprehensive information on laws for landlords and tenants in Alberta. The information contained on this site was correct at the time it was posted. Be aware that it is possible there may have been subsequent changes, which make the information outdated at the time you are accessing it.In 2005 Landowners, Policy, Renters, Website
A booklet with information pertaining to resolving conflicts with neighbours. This resource is available in hard copy format in the AREF office.In 2002 Community, Homeowners, Publication, Renters
A CD containing the manual, lesson plans and exam for a Property Managers Course. This resource is available in hard copy format in the AREF office.In 1998 Landlords, Realtors, Renters, Video/podcast
Brochure produced for apartment owners with tips for making the individuals responsible for their own security in an apartment complex. This resource is available in hard copy format in the AREF office.In 1997 Condos, Landlords, Primer/brochure, Renters
An articulation of the revolving door housing model created by CHOOSE: The Fellowship. The paper also goes on to identify the factors critical to the model’s success and look at how the model could be adapted and extended to meet the needs of other cities and target groups. This resource is available in hard copy format in the AREF office.In 2000 Community, Housing, Publication, Renters
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