Kingston ― The governments of Ontario and Canada are investing over $625,000 in a new affordable housing development in Kingston to help provide individuals and families who are at risk of homelessness the housing and support services they deserve.
Mississauga ― The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing over $23.5 million in two new affordable housing developments in Peel Region, providing 219 homes for individuals, families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Thorold, ON —The governments of Canada and Ontario are committing $475,000 to build community housing in Thorold and St. Catharines for Indigenous people. The funding will be delivered through the Ontario Priorities Housing Initiative (OPHI).
St. Catharines ― The Ontario government is investing over $2.2 million in supportive housing to give those who are most at risk of homelessness in Niagara Region the housing and support services they deserve.
MARKHAM ― Canada and Ontario are investing over $4.2 million in the Unionville Seniors affordable housing development to give seniors who are at risk of homelessness in York Region the housing and support services they deserve.
NEWCASTLE ― The Ontario government is investing over $2.6 million in the Parkview Seniors Lodge Expansion development to give seniors in Durham Region at risk of homelessness the housing and support services they deserve.
Cobourg, ON —The governments of Canada and Ontario are committing over $5.7 million to build 28 community housing units in Cobourg, providing homes for individuals and families across Northumberland County. The funding will be delivered through the Canada-Ontario Community Housing Initiative (COCHI).
TORONTO ― The Ontario government is providing stability to Ontario's rental market by increasing fines for unlawful evictions and reinforcing the necessity for landlords to explore repayment agreements before considering evictions. These measures are included in the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act which received Royal Assent today.
TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government passed the Protecting Small Business Act, temporarily halting or reversing evictions of commercial tenants and protecting them from being locked out or having their assets seized during COVID-19. The legislation applies to businesses that are eligible for federal/provincial rent assistance for evictions from May 1, 2020 until August 31, 2020.
TORONTO — The Ontario government announced today that it intends to take action to protect commercial tenants from being locked out or having their assets seized by their landlords due to the negative impacts of COVID-19.
TORONTO — Ontario is investing up to $8.1 million to support projects that will help 115 small and rural municipalities find savings and improve services for their residents and businesses. Projects range from broad reviews that will look at a number of municipal services, to more targeted opportunities for savings such as energy audits and fleet services reviews.
QUINTE WEST — Ontario is reducing red tape to help communities across the province build more homes for families and create a more competitive business environment. We are taking these steps to help fix the affordable housing crisis left by the previous government.