Mark your calendars! T4SH and partners are organizing a housing-specific, all candidates Mayoral Debate on October 17th, 2014 (6:30-9:30pm) at Christ Church Deer Park (1570 Yonge Street). Join us in demanding that our mayoral candidates commit to a real long-term, funded plan to keep housing healthy accessible, safe, and affordable for all tenants in Toronto.
Toronto residents go to the polls on October 27th to elect a new Mayor and Council, and T4SH has put together an election flyer outlining our demands and questions for the candidates. Download the flyer and join us in demanding that every candidate commit to a real, long-term funded plan to keep housing healthy, accessible,… Continue reading Toronto Election Flyer: Tenants Demand Better!
Today the city's Ombudsman Fiona Crean released a report entitled, Unrule(y) Behaviour, detailing numerous and serious rule violations carried out by Gene Jones, the CEO of TCHC hired by Rob Ford to 'clean up' the housing agency (Download the report here). According to Crean, "“This is a shocking story about the abject failure of leadership… Continue reading T4SH Responds to Gene Jones scandal
Tenants for Social Housing will be hosting a workshop called Organizing for Change on Saturday May 10th (10:30am - 5:00pm), to support the local work that tenants will be doing in the upcoming Toronto municipal election. Learn how to build a campaign from strategy to implementation, and develop the practical skills needed to create positive… Continue reading Come and learn how to Organize for Change! T4SH Workshop May 10th
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNSVAlF0hKw#t=203 Historic rally joins tenants and city officials in demand for repairs funding In a historic protest, public housing residents brought their demand for repairs funding straight to the federal government on Nov. 20. This was the first time Toronto public housing residents joined forces with city representatives and travelled to Ottawa to bring attention… Continue reading Toronto Public Housing Residents Bring Demands Straight to Feds