Ontario is launching consultations to support a renewed Long-Term Affordable Housing
Strategy to ensure that the document supports the Province's goals of
improving outcomes for people and ending homelessness.
Ontario is proposing reforms to the Planning Act
and the Development Charges Act that would give residents a greater say in how
their communities grow and would provide more opportunities to fund community
services like transit and recycling.
Ontario is celebrating the 10th
anniversary of the largest permanently protected greenbelt in the world and
looking to the future by reviewing the land use plans of southern Ontario. The
Greenbelt protects farmland, green space and clean water.
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.
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.