Tackling TCHC’s thugs still stalled

Former Task Force secretary Phil Gillies, now a consultant with Enterprise Public Affairs, says the need to evict drug dealers was “front and centre” in their July 2015 report.

But the Toronto Sun has learned that one year later almost nothing has been done to tackle the very legislative changes to the Housing and Trespass to Property Acts that TCHC officials say are preventing them from evicting drug dealers (and gangbangers) known to police or convicted in court — and ensuring they stay out.

Is anyone surprised at this?

Every announcement made promising to fix the TCHC or violence in the black or whatever community is just so much BS.

The problem will never get “better”.

Not with the vote whoring politicians we have whose only solution is to throw more money at a problem money can’t solve.

Reap what you sew, create a permanent underclass through bad policy and you have a permanent crisis.

Detroit. Soon.

  • Waffle

    “Reap what you sew (sic)”.

    Oh yeah, so I’m in stitches.
    So many homonyms, so little literacy, so few (if any) proof readers.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      It’s enough to make you loose your mind.

      • Daviddowntown

        Your just a spelling ruffian. On second thought the misuse of lose and loose makes me scream.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          As Craig Ferguson used to say on the Late Late Show: I know!

  • Yo Mama

    Maybe Mayor John Tory agreed with BLM not to charge any minority drug dealers or gang members?

  • Millie_Woods

    Ghetto life is a legitimate niche and politicians need to butt out and allow ghettos to form. This isn’t a blanket condemnation of the poor, but rather pointing out that people who are willingly living criminal and degenerate lives need to have a place to go where they’re not infecting those who are trying to live respectably and raise families. God knows it’s hard enough to do that without the government subsidizing those who prey on you.

    • canminuteman

      The government created the ghetto that is TCHC. Toronot “community housing” is basically warehousing for low IQ unemployable immigrants. The people we so desparately need to grow our economy.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I lived in that kind of housing when I was a kid.
        Moved in when it was brand new.
        Eight years later it was a mess.