What's New

January 19, 2016
How can we build a more inclusive tenant participation system?

Tenants are hosting community meetings across the city in February and March

February 5, 2016
Statement from Toronto Community Housing on Neilson Road Fire

TORONTO, February 5, 2016—Toronto Community Housing has released the following statement from Board Chair Bud Purves and president and CEO (Interim) Greg Spearn regarding the fire that occurred at 1315 Neilson Road today. 

February 3, 2016
Scholarship launches Toronto student’s dream of becoming a police officer

Najeeb Elmi has spent his life working to serve and protect the community he calls home. Back in 2011, he received the Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship - a program that helped launch his dream of becoming a police officer.

January 26, 2016
Statements from Toronto Community Housing on the Mayor’s Task Force Final Report

Bud Purves, Chair of the Board, and Greg Spearn, President and CEO (Interim), have issued statements in response to the Mayor’s Task Force final report.

January 19, 2016
Jays Care Foundation invests $246,000 to expand Rookie League youth baseball camp year-round

Jays Care Foundation today announced they are investing an additional $246,000 in 2016 to enable Toronto Community Housing's Rookie League youth baseball program to run year-round.

January 18, 2016
Highlights of January 18 Toronto Community Housing board meeting

Toronto Community Housing's board of directors approved a City Council motion to rename 39 Harcourt Ave. after Janice Foley, a long-time resident of the building, in recognition of her service as a tenant representative and community leader.

January 12, 2016
Winter safety tips

As temperatures dip below zero, here are some tips to stay warm and safe this winter.

 
January 11, 2016
Toronto Community Housing presents to the City of Toronto's Budget Committee

On January 11, Toronto Community Housing Board Chair, Bud Purves, and Greg Spearn, President and CEO (interim) presented Toronto Community Housing's 2016 budget to the City's Budget Committee.  

January 7, 2016
Standard and Poor’s affirms “AA-” credit rating for Toronto Community Housing Standard and Poor's Rating Services has affirmed its "AA-" long-term issuer credit rating for Toronto Community Housing.
December 31, 2015
Toronto Community Housing sends Getting it done 2015 progress report to Mayor Tory and Mayor’s Task Force Toronto Community Housing today forwarded its Getting it done 2015 progress report to Mayor John Tory and Senator Art Eggleton, Chair of the Mayor's Task Force on Toronto Community Housing.