The Canadian dream has always been about getting a good job, working hard, investing in a home, and starting a family. But with the skyrocketing price of housing, owning a home has quickly become an unattainable dream, one that will never be a reality for countless Canadians. Until now. Enter Trillium Housing, who is tackling the problem head on, working with developers to build homes at a price point the average family can afford. On
Posted with permission of the publisher of NRU Publishing Inc. Original article first appeared in Novae Res Urbis – GTHA Edition, Vol. 22, No. 2, Friday, January 9, 2019. An innovative mortgage tool could add affordable ownership housing to a Pickering community undifferentiated from the neighbouring houses. Trillium Housing Oak Non-Profit Corporation proposes to build 13 townhouses with a total of 264 stacked units at Brock Road and Rex Heath Drive in the Duffin Heights
By Andrew BrethourPMA Brethour Realty As we prepare to enter 2019, newly elected governments at all levels think solutions the “affordable housing crisis” might it be found in a new regulation — inclusionary zoning. Are we on our way for a severe collision course and another regulatory disaster? In the dying days of the Kathleen Wynne government, Toronto was given the regulatory authority of what’s being called inclusionary zoning — the right of a municipality
Trillium Housing social impact report
by Global News Thu, Nov 9: Can’t afford to make a mortgage payment on a new home in Toronto? Some qualified lower-income residents will get part of the cost of their home paid for by the provincial government for up to 25 years. Sean O’Shea reports.