Housing is a human right but, Mothers do not have the right to know where their children are in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A Mother worries to the point of being suicidal herself but it doesn't bother the Human Rights Commission. The fact that our children are our next of kin has no bearing on this matter. The fact that a Mother is willing to provide her children with shelter, food, clothes, protection from the streets, etc., etc., is just irrelevant to the Commission.
But, this is progress. It's so nice to know that my daughters and I have the right not to be homeless now. This is a step in the right direction but it doesn't address my personal issues that I've brought to the attention of the authorities and that I've been trying to resolve but that have escalated for seven years.