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  • Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate New Affordable Rental Housing in Ottawa

    Ottawa, Ontario - The governments of Canada and Ontario celebrated the official opening of 140 Den Haag Drive in Ottawa today. The construction of this new rental housing property has supported economic growth and helped create 185 jobs in Ontario while helping meet the housing needs of low-income individuals and families, and people with disabilities in Ottawa. 

    News Release | Municipal Affairs and Housing

  • Governments Of Canada And Ontario Announce Funding For Housing

    Toronto, ON, August 11, 2014 - Together, the Governments of Canada and Ontario announced an additional combined investment of more than $801 million over five years, to help more individuals and families in housing need. The funding will be delivered through an extension to the Investment in Affordable Housing (IAH) agreement.

    Bulletin | Municipal Affairs and Housing

  • Helping Communities Damaged by Spring Flooding

    The province is providing up to $300,000 to support flood recovery efforts in four communities in eastern Ontario and Simcoe County. 

    News Release | Municipal Affairs and Housing

  • New Sustainable Community Moves Forward in Durham

    Ontario has approved the creation of Seaton, a new livable and sustainable community that will provide homes for up to 70,000 people and include plans for employment lands that will create tens of thousands of jobs in the area. 

    News Release | Municipal Affairs and Housing

  • Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate New Affordable Housing in Mississauga

    Mississauga, ON - The governments of Canada and Ontario, and the Region of Peel, celebrated the official opening of 116 affordable housing rental units at Creditvale Mills today. The project is supported by close to $5.9 million in funding through the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program. The construction of this project created up to 290 jobs in Mississauga and is providing more affordable housing options for local seniors, families and persons with special needs.

    Bulletin | Municipal Affairs and Housing

  • Governments of Canada and Ontario Celebrate New Affordable Housing in Ottawa

    The official opening of new affordable rental housing units for seniors living on low-income was held today in Ottawa. Bruyère Village received $5.4 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments. The construction of these new units has helped stimulate the economy and create approximately 112 jobs in Ottawa.

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