More than 4,000 people in Calgary do not have a home, including almost 200 families with one or more children, according to a new city survey.
The city’s bi-annual count of its homeless population, conducted on May 14, found that 4,060 people were homeless, an increase of 18 per cent over 2006.
The number of homeless families jumped by 36 per cent to 197. Of those, 190 families included one or more child. Read full article…