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New affordable housing rental units for seniors, persons with disabilities and families in Ontario

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New affordable housing rental units for seniors, persons with disabilities and families in Ontario

These projects received combined $144.93 million federal/provincial funding under Canada's Economic Action Plan and the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program Agreement.

Community

Project

Number of Units

Federal and Provincial Funding

Almonte

375 Country Street

20

$2.38 million

Amherstburg

440B Simcoe Street

20

$2.48 million

Dunnville

657 Lock Street West

21

$2.52 million

Eganville

30 Bell Street

12

$1.44 million

Elgin

68 Perth Street

12

$1.44 million

Georgina

11 Joel Avenue

4

$480,000

Hamilton

1429 Main Street East

46

$5.41 million

Hamilton

1489 Upper Gage Avenue

59

$5.32 million

Huntsville

32 Centre Street North

6

$720,000

Ingersoll

50 Garland Court

14

$1.2 million

Ingleside

43 Dickinson

21

$2.62 million

Iroquois Falls

142-160 Circle Street

10

$1.26 million

London

637 Dundas Street

72

$6.97 million

Niagara Falls

6909 Valley Way

34

$4.57 million

Niagara Falls

4410 Queen Street

20

$2.36 million

Ottawa

464 Metcalfe Avenue

6

$490,000

Parry Sound

7 Seguin Place Drive

5

$600,000

Parry Sound

26 Seguin Place Drive

5

$600,000

Richmond Hill

145 Essex Avenue

140

$16.8 million

Timmins

11 Spruce Street South

14

$780,000

Toronto

8 Chichester Place

210

$25.2 million

Toronto

100 Lower Ossington Avenue

179

$21.5 million

Toronto

589 King Street East

127

$16.5 million

Toronto

510 Bremner Blvd

180

$18 million

Trout Creek

181 McCarthy Street

5

$600,000

Windsor

11224-11230 Timber Bay

4

$341,814

Windsor

3441 Sandwich Street

36

$2.35 million

Total

27 projects

1,282

$144.93 million

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