Did you know that 2019 marks ONPHA’s 31st annual Conference? Whether you’re a Conference veteran who’s been...
It’s voting season across Canada. Here’s 3 things housing providers should know heading in to Canada’s 43rd election.
The YWCA Hamilton share their experience as one of the first organization’s to navigate the funding process of the National Housing Co-Investment Fund – New Construction Stream
ONPHA recently submitted and presented our 2019 Ontario pre-budget recommendations to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs. Read our 5 recommendations to drive housing solutions.
Read on for an overview of some of the most relevant changes for non-profit housing employers.
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In 2018 ONPHA turned 30! Take a look at all we accomplished together over the past year.
5 housing experts share their number one idea for what we can do right now to ease our housing pressures.
ONPHA’s Urban Aboriginal Housing Advisory Committee hosted a full-day Ontario Indigenous Housing Provider Gathering. Learn more about the challenges and potential solutions that were discussed, and ONPHA’s next steps.
You’ve registered for the 2018 ONPHA Conference and now comes the fun part – mapping out your weekend. Don’t forget to pencil in these seven must-attend events.
Struggling to recruit diverse, qualified board members? Check out these practical tips and promising practices.
The Repair and Renewal Stream of the NHCIF will offer over $3 billion in low-interest loans and $2.26 in direct contributions across Canada. Find out more details on how to apply.
Provincial non-profit housing associations have come together to create a new Alliance.
Exploring what we know so far about the $13.2 billion National Housing Co-Investment Fund and application process.
The community housing landscape is shifting as we move towards modernization. ONPHA engaged in a research project to explore what competencies will be needed in this new era of housing in Ontario.
A recent Ontario Human Rights Tribunal (OHRC) —Talos vs. Grand Erie District School Board — will impact the common practice of ending benefits for employees over the age of 65. Find out what this might mean for housing providers.
Housing experts weigh in on how we can use research to seize new opportunities and move us into the future.
Community housing providers find themselves in an exciting time of historic government investment in our sector. At the same time, we are also facing the challenges of end of operating agreements/mortgages and heightened expectations and requirements from funders. Now more than ever we will need sound financial oversight.