Winter closing of Toronto shelter hotel causing 'chaos' for some, advocates say

A homeless man sleeps on the street in Toronto on Friday, March 11, 2022. Some people experiencing homelessness say they don't know where they'll go once they're kicked out of a Toronto COVID-19 shelter hotel in early December and community workers are equating the timing of its closing to a death sentence out in the cold. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young A homeless man sleeps on the street in Toronto on Friday, March 11, 2022. Some people experiencing homelessness say they don't know where they'll go once they're kicked out of a Toronto COVID-19 shelter hotel in early December and community workers are equating the timing of its closing to a death sentence out in the cold. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

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