A coroner’s inquest into the death of a Toronto homeless man has released its recommendations—and now is the time for Ontario Anglicans who care about the homeless to start pushing for government action, some of the city’s Anglican advocates for the homeless say.

“I think for Anglicans who are wanting to engage in this issue and sort of ask, ‘What can we do now?…what we need to do is lift up the coroner’s [inquest] recommendations as yet another set of practical guidelines on how we move forward,” says Michael Shapcott, deacon at the Church of the Holy Trinity (Trinity Square), and a director of the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.