Home

Capital initiatives

Toronto Community Housing was created in 2001 without a stable, long-term source of funding to pay for capital repairs to its housing stock, which was built or acquired with federal, provincial and municipal dollars. Today, as those buildings age, the consequences of this ​​decision must be faced.​


Related links

More

The National Housing Co-investment Fund agreement announced on April 5, 2019 will provide Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) with $1.34-billion in loans and grants over nine years. This is the largest federal investment to repair and renew social housing stock in Canada's history.  


Related links


 

More

Toronto Community Housing is going beyond bricks and mortar to build clean, safe homes for our residents while creating vibrant communities where people can thrive. 

By working together with the City of Toronto, our residents, our neighbours, and our private development partners, we are transforming aging housing infrastructure to build better homes, better neighbourhoods, and a better Toronto for all.​


Related links

More​​

​Toronto Community Housing provides homes for almost 60,000 households in 2,200 buildings across the city of Toronto. The majority of these buildings are over 50 years old. Without $2.6 billion in repairs over 10 years, most of Toronto Community Housing’s aging buildings will be in critical disrepair by 2023, and 7,500 homes will be boarded up. 


Related links


More

​​