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With Toronto mired in a housing crisis, the proposal is a step in the right direction.
Residents are hoping that a neighbourhood can be rebuilt without harming a community.
Why CEO Gene Jones lost his job, and how the TCHC became an organization in crisis.
Will the TCHC board do the right thing and show CEO Gene Jones the door?
CEO Gene Jones could find himself out of job on Friday—but his supporters are starting to hit back at the ombudsman.
Damning report from Toronto's ombudsman could lead to the firing of TCHC CEO Gene Jones.
Shedding some light on a misunderstood affordable housing alternative.
This week in Ottawa, the mayor will ask for matching repair backlog funding from other levels of government after all.
Nominated for: shifting responsibility for neglect onto TCHC tenants.
A new City campaign aims to persuade higher levels of government to fund social-housing repairs.
Every Sunday, Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, host The City, a two-hour talk show on Newstalk 1010. We listen so you don't have to.
Council decides to sell a small number of TCHC's single-family homes, in an attempt to address an urgent repair backlog.
Chicago has been successful at moving people from public housing into their own homes. Should Toronto follow suit?
The once-neglected neighbourhood may have a new outdoor athletics facility when all is said and done.
An aging social-housing neighbourhood will receive parks, more inviting streets, and shiny new housing.
Toronto Community Housing tenants and advocates weigh-in on the future of the organization's scattered single-family homes.