Ontario is partnering with municipalities across the province to end homelessness, by helping families and individuals stay in their homes or get the housing they need.
Ontario is investing up to $900 million to support people who rent by providing energy retrofits to social housing apartments & providing grants and rebates
Ontario is proposing changes to four provincial plans that shape how land is used in the Greater Golden Horseshoe — to Grow the Greenbelt.
Ontario continues to put its new Climate Change Strategy into action by investing $42.9 million for Toronto social housing retrofits.
Ontario will introduce changes to the Municipal Elections Act that if passed would, provide the option of using ranked ballots in future municipal elections
Ontario Transforming Housing and Homelessness System – Toronto, ON Ontario is introducing a suite of legislative and policy measures, and investing $178 million over three years, to ensure that the people of Ontario have access to affordable and adequate housing and to help them secure employment, raise a family and build strong communities. Last year, […]
Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate New Affordable Rental Housing in Waterloo Region July 16, 2015 – Waterloo, ON
The governments of Canada and Ontario, and the Region of Peel, visited Norton Lake Residence today to formally announce new affordable housing in Brampton June 26, 2015 – Brampton, ON The project was supported by more than $15 million in funding through the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program. The construction of this property has supported economic […]