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What happens when a key government agency just ... doesn't?

Right now, Ontario's Landlord Tenant and Board is barely functional. The backlog of eviction challenges, both legal and illegal, is miles long, and currently the board is focused on rent increases.

Right now, Ontario's Landlord and Tenant Board is barely functional. The backlog of eviction challenges, both legal and illegal, is miles long, and currently the board is focused on rent increases. Meanwhile, in landlord Facebook groups, some are asking about penalties for illegal evictions, perhaps planning to simply do that and pay for it later. While tenants, tossed by the hundreds for potentially dubious reasons since the eviction moratorium lifted, have nowhere to go—both literally, and with regards to their challenges.

How did it get this bad? What, if anything, is being done to fix it? And what do both renters and landlords need to know about the situation?

GUEST: Jack Hauen, reporter, QP Briefing

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