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Ontario’s Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy gives Service Managers more flexibility to design programs and services to help those in need.

Updating Ontario’s Housing Strategy

Ontario has wrapped up public consultations for an update to the strategy. This input, along with input from the Expert Advisory Panel on Homelessness, will be included in an update to the strategy, which will be completed by the end of 2015.

Building Foundations: Building Futures

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Improving access to safe, affordable housing leads to better outcomes for individuals and families and contributes to our economy.

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Progress on Affordable Housing (link to Ontario Newsroom)

Frequently Asked Questions - What Does the Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy Mean to:

The Strong Communities through Affordable Housing Act, 2011, has been passed by the legislature.


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Ontario Housing Policy Statement

The Ontario Housing Policy Statement (pdf) provides additional policy context and direction to Service Managers to support the development of local housing and homelessness plans. Strong partnerships and collaboration between the province, Service Managers, municipalities, housing providers and other stakeholders are essential to its successful implementation.

For more information, please contact:

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Housing Policy Branch
14th Floor, 777 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

Phone: 416-585-7041 (Customer Assistance Line)
TDD/TTY: 416-585-6991
Toll free: 1-866-220-2290
Fax: 416-585-7607

You may also use our online form to submit your questions, comments or feedback.