Tenants’ Rights Hotline
The peer- volunteer-led CBRM Tenants’ Rights Hotline Pilot Project is currently paused while we transition, improve, and evaluate the project. Check out our stats from our fall Pilot launch and learn more about the project below!
Statistics from our Fall 2023 CBRM Tenants’ Rights Hotline Pilot:
Using a peer-to-peer education method, the CBRM Tenants’ Rights Hotline will equip local volunteer Hotline Operators and the tenants they serve with resources and information about rental housing laws of Nova Scotia.
Are you already a volunteer Hotline Operator? Access your volunteer portal here.
Want to become a volunteer Hotline Operator? See our Volunteer Application below:
*We are not currently onboarding new volunteers while the Hotline is on pause, but you can feel free to submit your application and it will be reviewed when the Hotline is re-opened.
Do you want to play an active role in educating your community and yourself, and creating a culture of tenant empowerment in the CBRM? Volunteer Hotline Operators work short remote shifts, take calls from tenants, answer questions about tenants’ rights and rental housing laws in Nova Scotia, and refer tenants to local resources.