Transparency & Accountability
"Past performance issues have left tenants, stakeholders, the City and the public asking how Toronto Community Housing can improve its management and governance - indeed, improve all areas of its business. As a Board, and with the complete support and buy-in of management, we are taking steps to increase confidence in the company. Through these efforts, we will make Toronto Community Housing a landlord of excellence."
Bud Purves, Chair, Toronto Community Housing Board of Directors
Auditor General reports
February 23, 2012
February 28, 2011
|Auditor General status reports
|Freedom of Information
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|Public Sector Salary Disclosure|
|Ministry of Finance||TCHC|
|2013 (Disclosure for 2012)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2012 (Disclosure for 2011)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2011 (Disclosure for 2010)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2010 (Disclosure for 2009)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2009 (Disclosure for 2008)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2008 (Disclosure for 2007)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
|2007 (Disclosure for 2006)||[PDF]||TCHC Only|
Staff and Board Expenses
Toronto Community Housing reports expenses for all board members and employees whose salaries are over $100,000. Expenses are posted monthly.
Employee purchases of condominium units at Toronto Community Housing developments
Toronto Community Housing is committed to full transparency on all our revitalization projects. The online registry provides information on all employee purchases of condominium units at Toronto Community Housing developments, beginning with sales at One Park Place in Regent Park in Fall 2012.
Standard and Poor's issues credit ratings on Toronto Community Housing Corporation. View the latest ratings reports here.