You Just Blink and It Can Happen: A Study of Women's Homelessness North of 60

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The first-ever pan-territorial study on homelessness sheds a stark light on the bleak realities facing many women and their children living in Canada's North. You Just Blink and It Can Happen: A Study of Women's Homelessness North of 60 concludes that thousands of women and their children live in absolute or "hidden" homelessness.

"A Study of Women's Homelessness North of 60" makes 16 recommendations calling on all levels of government to help resolve what has become one of the North's, and indeed Canada's, most pressing social concerns.

For PDF copies of the three Territorial Reports, follow the links below.

The Little Voices of Nunavut: A Study of women's Homelessness North of 60 in English and in Inuktitut.

Being Homeless is Getting to be Normal: A Study Of Women's Homelessness in the Northwest Territories

A Little Kindness would go a Long Way: A Study of women's Homelessness in the Yukon