ONPHA has been busy throughout the summer advocating for sector sustainability and the need for adequate supports for providers, their staff, and tenants in response to COVID-19. Read on to catch up with our recent advocacy work.Read More
On September 17, 2020, the province tabled Bill 204 which would freeze residential rent increases for 2021 for the majority of rental units that are covered by the Residential Tenancies Act. Learn more about the impacts for housing providers.Read More
Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 (Bill 184) represents the culmination of several years of consultation between the Province and the community and rental housing sectors.
Read the summary of ONPHA’s legal analysis of the Bill.
ONPHA worked with its Urban and Rural Indigenous Housing Advisory Committee and consultants Daniel J. Brant and Associates to create and Urban and Rural Indigenous Plan for Ontario.Read More
As the global community continues to reel from the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario’s provincial government laid out a reduced budget on March 25, 2020. These measures are just “phase one” of the province’s fiscal actions, Premier Ford told journalists earlier in the week.
Read on to find out how community housing providers will be impacted.
We have few opportunities to influence how government and developers operate. However, community consultations offer a chance to make a direct impact on property development in our communities. Find out more about how to prepare for and get involved in community consultations.Read More