ONPHA has recently joined the Vote Housing campaign to address housing affordability and end homelessness in Canada for the 2021 Federal Election.
But what is Vote Housing? And what does it mean in the Ontario housing context?Read More
ONPHA member Fred Victor is helping its clients and the local community get vaccinated against COVID-19. We spoke to CEO Keith Hambly about Fred Victor’s services and its role in the vaccination rollout.Read More
Helping low- and moderate-income individuals find and keep secure, affordable housing, all while accessing the right mix of supports they might need to thrive and stay housed, is no simple task. But Ontario’s non-profit housing providers have been rising to the challenge.Read More
The recently announced update to the Province’s Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy and the 2016 federal budget brought these moments to mind. In both instances, senior levels of government affirmed a welcome commitment to the creation of affordable rental housing, and other promises that gave us hope for the future.Read More
While Geoff Goodson is focused on his own success, he still makes time to help others in need. The recent Osgoode Hall Law School graduate enjoys spending his free time tutoring men experiencing homelessness in English composition. “For the most part, these men are either preparing for jobs or school and have not been taught basic literacy skills,” he explains.Read More