What's New

January 24, 2012
Toronto Star Opinion Editorial: Taking action to improve the quality of housing for all tenants For those opposed to Toronto Community Housing's plan to sell 675 stand-alone properties to raise the money we badly need for capital repairs, I offer a suggestion.

Visit our buildings. As many as you can.

January 23, 2012
Homecoming at 42 Hubbard A homecoming three years in the making is unfolding on the shores of Lake Ontario. It began January 9, 2012 with the first residents returning to 42 Hubbard Blvd., a three-storey building with a great beach-front view.
January 20, 2012
Sale of five properties raises money for much-needed repairs Toronto Community Housing has completed the sale of five stand-alone properties for a total of $3.45 million.
January 18, 2012
Three houses on the market Toronto Community Housing has placed three more houses for sale on the open market: 229, 761 and 789 Crawford Street.
January 17, 2012
Letter to the Editor - Toronto Star RE: Letter from former mayors David Crombie, Art Eggleton and John Sewell about the sale of
scattered housing units (January 14, 2012)
January 13, 2012
Toronto Community Housing acquires full ownership of Regent Park Energy Toronto Community Housing has acquired full ownership ofRegent Park Energy by purchasing a 40-per-cent equity interest in the district energy utility from its joint venture partner, Corix Utilities Inc.
January 13, 2012
Generosity powers Pelham Park Gardens through outage The last thing Peggy Clarke expected to do when she woke on Monday, January 9th was cook hot dogs for her Pelham Park Gardens community. “I don’t barbecue in the winter,” she said, flipping hot dogs while bundled up in a winter jacket, “but you have to do what’s necessary to support the community.”
December 22, 2011
Looking for property management partners Toronto Community Housing has issued a Request for Proposals for property management services.
December 16, 2011
Toronto Community Housing takes ownership of 11 Randolph Avenue Toronto Community Housing has purchased 11 Randolph Avenue and has assumed management of the building, effective Dec. 1, 2011.
December 15, 2011
Letter to the Editor: Excess belongings a safety issue Re: Merry Xmas, and get the hell out, Dec. 9
Joe Fiorito presents a one-sided view of how Toronto Community Housing takes action to resolve issues where tenants have excessive belongings in their units.