ONpoli - Housing

Nov. 1, 2018

In March, NDP MPP Peter Tabuns reignited the perennial debate around rent control by introducing a private member's bill that would expand limits to all units - In the current system, any unit constructed post-1991 is exempt from annual rent-control guidelines set by the province - Critics say this could not only sway people from becoming landlords, but damage the province's rental supply - The Agenda discusses whether rent control will help or hurt Ontario

The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Published on 7 Apr 2017

Apr. 29, 2017

Toronto’s social housing provider manages almost 60,000 units, across 2,100 buildings, and needs to secure an additional $350 million next year to prevent more homes from being boarded up due to needed repairs - Bernard Weil / Toronto Star file photo

Dec. 8, 2016
Updating the strategy

Ministry of Municipal Affairs / Ministry of Housing - mah.gov.on.ca