1. Baba Yagas, A Place for Women
2. Baba Yaga’s House – The Original CBC Article and Audio
CBC Sunday Edition. It’s a daring experiment in aging together. David Gutnick’s documentary, Baba Yaga’s House, tells the story of 85 year old feminist Thérèse Clerc, the activist behind France’s first state-funded, self-administered, women-only residence.
3. Baba Yaga House – CBC The Sequel
4. OpenIDEO – Baba Yaga’s House – Cohousing model for seniors
Cohousing model for seniors started by group of aging feminist activists: The idea is simple. Rather than moving into a seniors home, the women would live together in a large house and take care of one another. No professional staff, like nurses or cooks. They would be free to live as they choose.
5. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation – Affordable Housing in Canada
The federal government, through CMHC, provides federal investments under various programs and initiatives to help Canadians in need access affordable, sound and suitable housing