City of Toronto threatens to remove tiny shelters built to help the homeless, citing safety concerns

In October, the story of a Toronto carpenter who was building tiny portable shelters for people living on the streets to have a warmer, safer place to stay than in a tent, warmed the hearts across Canada -- but last week, he received a warning from the city, telling him his shelters were not permitted on city property due to safety concerns.

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