How can we build a more inclusive Tenant Participation System?
A small group of tenants from across the city have been meeting regularly to talk about what matters most to tenants in a Tenant Participation System. That is working well, so what needs improvement?
To learn more please see the
Take 5 FAQ
Tenants are hosting community meetings across the city in February and March.
All tenants are invited to attend one of nine meetings in February and March designed "by tenants, for tenants".
- Share your ideas.
- Hear tenants' feedback from the
"Take 5" survey.
- Choose tenants to represent you on a new city-wide planning group on tenant participation.
Light refreshments will be provided and TTC token reimbursement is available on request. Please tell us five business days before a meeting if you need a language interpreter or attendant care, and at least 10 business days before a meeting if you need an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter.
For more information, call
Note: Meetings took place in early 2016.
Please see the following links for translated versions of posters and locations of the community meetings:
New Tenant Participation System
The Tenant Participation System gives Toronto Community Housing tenants a say on issues that affect their building and community. It sets up a structure for tenants to work with staff to solve problems, set priorities, allocate resources and make things work better at the community level. It also help to ensure that Toronto Community Housing is accountable to tenants for the quality of services and housing that are provided.
Toronto Community Housing is designing a new Tenant Participation System to reflect the needs of our tenants. In early 2015, we held meetings in communities across the city. At these meetings, ideas and priorities were discussed that will help shape tenant participation. Information will be posted as it becomes available.
Tenant Representative elections
The 2015 Tenant Representative elections were held on Thursday, March 26, 2015. Advance polls were held on Friday, March 20, 2015. Successful candidates of the Tenant Representative elections began new terms in April 2015.
Learn more about Tenant Representative elections