The Toronto Homeless Memorial remembers those who have died as a result of homelessness in Toronto. This project is maintained by Holy Trinity and other concerned citizens.
As of June 13, we have added fifteen names to the list in 2017 . In January, The City of Toronto announced the official tracking of homeless deaths.
There is a memorial service held on the second Tuesday of each month at 12:00 PM outside the south door of Holy Trinity.
2017 dates yet to come: June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 14, & December 12.
Posts tagged ‘Homelessness’
- New Numbers Tell It All: Lack of housing is killing Torontonians
- Summer positions at Holy Trinity
- Homeless Memorial January 10 noon
- National Housing Day of Action Fri, Nov 18
- Homeless Memorial noon Tuesday, July 12
- Canada’s record on housing criticized by UN committee
- Tomorrow! – Stone and Glass: We are all transient
- From Ideas to Action: Advancing a robust housing agenda – Wednesday January 27
- National Housing Day – November 22
- Toronto Homeless Memorial – Tuesday, August 11 noon
- Lenten Newsletter complete with service schedule
- 700 and counting
- Memorial for death at Dundas and Yonge
- Pilgrimage looks at Anglican responses to homelessness
- November 12 at noon – Homeless Memorial on south side of Holy Trinity Church
- Toronto cannot make it a crime for homeless to sleep