Based on Canadian law: If you are living in a landlord house WITH the landlord and you are sharing bathroom and kitchen with the landlord and if for ANY reason he/she decides to kick you out of his/her house, the LAW gives the landlord the right to do so without ANY notification without giving you ANY time to find somewhere else to live, EVEN if you have a long-term signed lease with the landlord.
星报1月14日文章：Right now, rooming houses are legal – and, therefore, required to meet regulations – in much of Toronto and the former cities of Etobicoke and York. In Scarborough, North York and East York, they're illegal, although that doesn't stop them from cropping up. But the renters in those illegal rooming houses are vulnerable to abuse, and the city has few levers to help them or to deal with neighbours' concerns.
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