What's New

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.
November 2, 2011
City’s Lawrence-Allen Secondary Plan will benefit tenants, wider community

Toronto Community Housing CEO Len Koroneos is urging Toronto City Councillors to move forward efforts to revitalize Lawrence Heights for the benefit of tenants and the wider community by endorsing the City’s Lawrence-Allen Secondary Plan.

October 21, 2011
Plan to raise $300 million for repairs receives Board approval Toronto Community Housing's Board of Directors has approved a phased plan to sell 706 costly-to-operate scattered units to raise some $300 million for capital repairs and create better quality housing for our 164,000 tenants.
October 14, 2011
Raising $335 million to improve housing state of repair On October 21, 2011, Toronto Community Housing's Board of Directors will consider a recommendation to sell 706 stand-alone housing units that are expensive to maintain and repair and dedicating the estimated $335 million in sales proceeds to a State of Good Repair fund that will be used strictly to pay for capital repairs.

Recognizing excellence in urban design Toronto Community Housing and its revitalization partners in Regent Park have been recognized for excellence in the design and construction of new buildings.
October 4, 2011
Raising $10 million a year to improve housing

Toronto City Council's Executive Committee has approved a plan aimed at generating $10 million a year in stable, ongoing funding for much-needed capital repairs at Toronto Community Housing.

September 28, 2011
Let's Play: Volunteers bring kids' imaginations to life with new playground In a joint effort to help give children and families in Toronto Community Housing's West Mall community a safe place to play, more than 200 volunteers from Canada Dry Mott's and Toronto Community Housing, along with community members and organizers from KaBOOM!, built a new community playground in just six hours.
September 28, 2011
Backgrounder: Railway Lands West Development Blocks Toronto Community Housing is actively working on Block 32 and Block 36 South in the Railway Lands West area. These are two large blocks that front on Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard, at the northwest corner of Canoe-landing Park, east of Fort York and the future Garrison Creek city park.
September 20, 2011
Bike ride around Lake Erie aims to raise $30,000 for United Way

Toronto Community Housing employee will peddle 75 hours, 1,100 kilometres