What's New

December 16, 2011
Opening remarks by Chair Bud Purves at the Toronto Community Housing December 13, 2011 Board of Directors meeting At the December 13th Board of Directors Meeting, Board Chair Bud Purves discussed the challenges and successes of Toronto Community Housing in 2011.
December 12, 2011
Recipe for Community: St. James Town has the right ingredients

On December 10, St. James Town residents celebrated the donation of more than 40 new bikes and helmets, the unveiling of a mural, and launch of a community cookbook. The event was the conclusion of an 18-month public/private sector investment partnership led by the Toronto Community Foundation and the City of Toronto.

December 9, 2011
Tenancy issue at 40 Asquith Ave. Toronto Community Housing is addressing hoarding, helping the vulnerable stay housed, while protecting the safety and rights of all tenants.
December 8, 2011
Toronto Community Housing's tenant survey is underway Through a competitive process, Toronto Community Housing hired Ipsos Reid to conduct its 2011/12 tenant survey. The survey will be conducted by phone, and calls will begin on December 8th and run until the end of January 2012.
December 1, 2011
Lawrence Heights revitalization plan gets green light Toronto Community Housing welcomes City Council's strong endorsement of the Lawrence-Allen Secondary Plan as a milestone that will enable the revitalization of Lawrence Heights to move forward.
November 30, 2011
Letter to the editor re: state of good repair strategy Toronto Community Housing sets the record straight. We will raise $300 million for much-needed capital repairs while taking care of tenants and working with agencies to preserve services.
November 30, 2011
Ready to roll in Regent Park Regent Park is now home to the first permanent BIXI stations outside the original grid with a station at Dundas and Parliament and a station at Gerrard and Parliament.
November 18, 2011
Tenants will benefit from sale of non-core laundry asset Toronto Community Housing has sold its stake in Sparkle Solutions and is dedicating proceeds from the sale to much-needed capital repairs.
November 21, 2011
Lawrence Heights tenants speak out in support of the Lawrence-Allen Secondary Plan Tenants from Lawrence Heights spoke to North York Community Council about why they support revitalization and the Lawrence-Allen Secondary Plan
November 7, 2011
Letter to the Editor re: 34 Oxford Street Toronto Community Housing sets the record straight. There is no rent increase for utilities. There is only one reason why rent goes up for a rent-geared-to-income tenant - an increase in their income.