What's New

Bed bug fight needs government funds Chief Operating Officer Deborah Simon submitted a deputation at the Toronto Board of Health's May 28th meeting. The deputation supported Toronto Public Health's call for the province to restore funding for bed bugs cut in the 2012 Ontario Budget.
May 24, 2012
Consultations for the next Community Management Plan are happening in June We're relying on input and innovative ideas from tenants, staff, stakeholders to tackle big challenges and find lasting solutions.
May 7, 2012
Toronto Community Housing board hires Gene Jones as president and chief executive officer TORONTO, May 7, 2012—Eugene E. (Gene) Jones, Jr. will be the new president and chief executive officer of Toronto Community Housing.
April 19, 2012
New partners providing property management services Toronto Community Housing has selected four companies to provide property management services in 58 buildings.
April 18, 2012
Toronto Community Housing Board to hear directly from tenants
April 18, 2012

TORONTO, April 18, 2011 – Toronto Community Housing’s Board of Directors will host a series of four Town Hall sessions in April to hear first-hand from tenants about concerns they have with their communities and the services Toronto Community Housing provides.

Approved as a pilot during its February 2012 meeting, the Board Town Halls will focus on four key issues:

April 12, 2012
Board releases terms of reference for Regent Park review TORONTO, April 12, 2012—Toronto Community Housing’s Board of Directors has released terms of reference for the independent third-party review of condominium purchases made by those involved with Regent Park Development Corporation.
April 3, 2012
Housing review special working group Toronto Community Housing's board chair, Bud Purves, will serve on the special working group being led by the Ward 18 Councillor Ana Bailão.
April 2, 2012
Letter to the editor - Toronto Sun

RE: “TCHC residents feel like they were ‘duped’ in Regent Park redevelopment” (March 29, 2012): The former Regent Park tenants living at 501 Adelaide St. E. chose to live there as their long term home. All of them were free to decline the offer, wait and move later into one of the almost 1,600 rental units projected to be built on the Regent Park footprint.

March 29, 2012
David Mullan letter on staff purchases of Regent Park condominiums Read the letter that former City of Toronto integrity commissioner David J. Mullan provided Toronto Community Housing in May 2009.
March 27, 2012
Regent Park Revitalization Regent Park is undergoing a revitalization that is rebuilding the neighbourhood for over 12,500 residents. This means changing what was once a community made up of 100 per cent social housing and applying tried-and-true planning principles to create a mixed-income, mixed-use community.