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Social Housing Reform Act, 2000

ONTARIO REGULATION 642/00

DETERMINATION, ALLOCATION, APPORTIONMENT AND BILLING OF HOUSING COSTS

Historical version for the period March 27, 2009 to August 9, 2011.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 125/09.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation

CONTENTS

   

Sections

 

Provincial Housing Costs

1-5

 

Apportionment of Municipal Service Manager’s Housing Costs other than GTA Service Manager’s Housing Costs

6-17

 

Apportionment of dssab Service Manager’s Housing Costs

18-24

 

Distribution of Federal Funding

25

 

Social Housing Costs Payable by Gta Service Managers

26-28

Schedule 1

Housing programs (provincial housing costs)

 

Schedule 2

Excluded costs (provincial housing costs)

1-6

Schedule 3

Housing programs (federal funds)

 

Schedule 4

2001 weighted assessment ratios

 

Schedule 5

GTA-wide weighted transition ratios

 

Provincial Housing Costs

1. (1) In sections 2 to 4 and in Schedule 2,

“billing period” means the billing period referred to in subsection (2). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 1 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subsection 122 (3) and 123 (1) of the Act, a billing period is one calendar month. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 1 (2).

2. (1) The housing programs listed in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 122 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 2 (1).

(2) The costs set out in Schedule 2 are prescribed as costs that are excluded for the purposes of subsection 122 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 2 (2).

(3) For the purposes of subsection 122 (3) of the Act, the amount of the provincial housing costs for a billing period is to be determined in accordance with the following rules:

1. Provincial housing costs to administer and pay expenses relating to the rent supplement programs described opposite program category numbers 2 (a) and 2 (b) in Schedule 1 shall be deemed to have been incurred in the billing period preceding the month in which they are paid by the Minister.

2. Despite paragraph 1, provincial housing costs mentioned in paragraph 1 that are paid by the Minister in January of a year shall be deemed to be incurred in the January billing period of that year.

3. Provincial housing costs to administer and pay expenses relating to the public housing programs described opposite program category numbers 1 (a) and 1 (b) in Schedule 1 shall be deemed,

i. to be incurred in the billing period in which they are paid by the Minister, if they are paid after the 10th day of the billing period, and

ii. to have been incurred in the billing period preceding the one in which they are paid by the Minister, if they are paid before the 11th day of the billing period.

4. Provincial housing costs to administer and pay expenses relating to the housing programs listed in Schedule 1, other than the rent supplement programs described opposite program category numbers 2 (a) and 2 (b) in Schedule 1 and the public housing programs described opposite program category numbers 1 (a) and 1 (b) in Schedule 1, shall be deemed to have been incurred in the billing period preceding the month in which a payment is first made by the Minister with respect to those costs.

5. Despite paragraph 4, provincial housing costs mentioned in paragraph 4 that are paid by the Minister under the Ontario Community Housing Assistance Program in January of a year shall be deemed to be incurred in the January billing period of that year.

6. Despite paragraphs 1 to 5, provincial housing costs paid by the Minister in the month in which Part VII of the Act comes into force shall be deemed to be incurred in that month.

7. Despite paragraphs 4 and 6, costs that are paid or become due in January, 2001 and that form part of the cost of administering and paying expenses relating to the housing programs described opposite program category number 6 (b) in Schedule 1 shall be deemed to have been incurred in February, 2001. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 2 (3); O. Reg. 8/01, s. 1.

3. (1) For the purposes of subsection 123 (1) of the Act, the amount to be recovered by the Crown in right of Ontario under the Act in respect of the provincial housing costs for a billing period shall be determined in accordance with the following rule:

1. The amount to be recovered for a billing period is the sum of,

i. the provincial housing costs determined under subsection 122 (1) of the Act for the billing period, and

ii. any provincial housing costs that were incurred prior to the billing period, whether in the current year or in a previous year, but have not been allocated under subsection 123 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 3 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), subparagraph 1 ii of paragraph 1 of subsection (1) does not apply to provincial housing costs incurred prior to the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 3 (2).

4. For the purposes of subsection 123 (2) of the Act, the amount determined under subsection 123 (1) of the Act shall be allocated among the service managers in accordance with the following rules:

1. The portion of the amount that represents the costs incurred or to be incurred by the Minister in the billing period in respect of housing projects under housing programs listed in Schedule 1 within the service area of each service manager shall be allocated to that service manager.

2. For the purposes of paragraph 1, the amount set out in the Table 1 of Schedule 2 opposite the name of a service manager shall be deemed to be included in the costs incurred or to be incurred by the Minister in the billing period in respect of housing projects under housing programs listed in Schedule 1 within the service area of the service manager. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 4; O. Reg. 366/01, s. 1.

5. The interest that the Crown in right of Ontario may charge a service manager under section 125 of the Act shall be determined in accordance with Order in Council 1890/93 made under subsection 10 (4) of the Financial Administration Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 5.

Apportionment of Municipal Service Manager’s Housing Costs other than GTA Service Manager’s Housing Costs

6. The costs of a dssab service manager in funding and administering the housing programs listed in Schedule 1 that are incurred with respect to a municipality that is deemed to be territory without municipal organization under subsection 130 (7) of the Act are prescribed as amounts that are not included for the purposes of subsection 127 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 6.

7. In sections 8 and 9 and 11 to 14,

“party” means a municipal service manager or an independent municipality in its service area; (“partie”)

“parties” means a municipal service manager and the independent municipalities in its service area. (“parties”) O. Reg. 642/00, s. 7.

8. If an agreement under section 9 or an arbitrator’s final award under section 12, 13 or 14 is in effect, the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs shall be apportioned among the parties in accordance with the agreement or award. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 8.

9. (1) For the purposes of a municipal service manager apportioning the amount of its housing costs under subsection 129 (1) of the Act, a municipal service manager and the independent municipalities in its service area may enter into an agreement for the apportionment of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the municipal service manager and the independent municipalities,

(a) in accordance with the percentages set out in the agreement; or

(b) so that each party is responsible for the portion of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs incurred or to be incurred with respect to housing in the area over which the party has municipal jurisdiction. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 9 (1).

(2) An agreement under subsection (1) becomes effective,

(a) if a date is specified in the agreement,

(i) on the specified date, if it is the first day of a month, or

(ii) on the first day of the month after the specified date, if that date is not the first day of a month; or

(b) if no date is specified in the agreement, on the first day of the month after the day it is made. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 9 (2).

(3) An agreement under subsection (1) may be effective with respect to a period before it is made and, in that case, shall provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties, but this subsection does not authorize an agreement to be effective with respect to a period that begins before the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 9 (3).

10. For the purposes of a municipal service manager apportioning the amount of its housing costs under subsection 129 (1) of the Act, a municipal service manager and the independent municipalities in its service area may determine the apportionment of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the municipal service manager and the independent municipalities by arbitration under section 12, 13 or 14. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 10.

11. An arbitration under section 12 or 13 is governed by the Arbitration Act, 1991, subject to section 12 or 13 respectively and to the following rules:

1. The parties may jointly appoint a single arbitrator on or after the day the arbitration is commenced.

2. If the parties are entitled to appoint an arbitrator jointly but have not done so, the Superior Court of Justice may make the appointment on a party’s application under section 10 of the Arbitration Act, 1991.

3. The arbitrator shall make a final award that disposes of the issue within three months after being appointed.

4. The date by which the arbitrator is required to make a final award shall not be extended by a court, despite section 39 of the Arbitration Act, 1991. However, that date may be extended by agreement of the parties.

5. The final award shall apportion the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the parties,

i. in accordance with the percentages set out in the final award, or

ii. so that each party is responsible for the portion of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs incurred or to be incurred with respect to housing in the area over which the party has municipal jurisdiction.

6. The arbitration shall not deal with provincial social housing costs under the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 that are recoverable from an entity that is the municipal service manager party to the arbitration and that were incurred before the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force.

7. The final award may be effective with respect to a period before it is made and, in that case, shall provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties, but this paragraph does not authorize the final award to be effective with respect to a period that begins before the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force.

8. A party may appeal the final award to the Superior Court of Justice only on a question of law, with leave, which the court shall grant only if it is satisfied that the conditions in clauses 45 (1) (a) and (b) of the Arbitration Act, 1991 are met. No appeal lies on a question of fact or of mixed law and fact, despite any agreement by the parties.

9. At any time during the arbitration, the parties may enter into an agreement under section 9 that includes an agreement apportioning the costs of the arbitration among the parties, in which case the arbitration terminates.

10. The parties may, at any time, amend the final award by agreement or replace the award with an agreement under section 9. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 11.

12. (1) If a final award has been in effect for at least two years, a party may, by serving a notice on the other parties, commence a new arbitration to determine the apportionment of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the municipal service manager and the independent municipalities. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 12 (1).

(2) In addition to the rules set out in section 11, the following rule applies to an arbitration under subsection (1):

1. The final award shall come into effect and supersede the previous award or be deemed to have come into effect and superseded the previous award on the later of,

i. the day that is three years after the effective date of the previous award, and

ii. the day the notice is served if it is served on the first day of a month and otherwise the first day of the month after the day the notice is served. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 12 (2).

13. (1) A party to an agreement under section 9 may commence an arbitration to determine the apportionment of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the municipal service manager and the independent municipalities by serving a notice on the other parties,

(a) if a notice of termination of the agreement is served, on or after the day it is served; or

(b) if a notice of termination of the agreement has not been served, at any time during the 12 months preceding the date of expiry of the agreement. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 13 (1).

(2) If an agreement under section 9 expires or is terminated in accordance with the agreement and the parties have not entered into a new agreement, they shall be deemed to have commenced an arbitration to determine the apportionment of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the municipal service manager and the independent municipalities on the date of expiry or termination of the agreement. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 13 (2).

(3) In addition to the rules set out in section 11, the following rules apply to an arbitration under this section:

1. Subject to paragraph 2, the final award shall come into effect or be deemed to have come into effect on the day after the date of expiry or termination of the agreement, and supersedes the agreement as of that date.

2. If the agreement expires or is terminated before the final award is made,

i. the agreement shall be deemed to be in effect until the final award is made, and

ii. the final award shall provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 13 (3).

(4) The date of expiry or termination of an agreement under section 9 referred to in subsections (1) to (3),

(a) shall be the date determined in accordance with the agreement or notice of termination, if that date is the last day of a month; or

(b) shall be deemed to be the last day of the month in which the date of expiry or termination of the agreement determined in accordance with the agreement or notice of termination falls, if that date is not the last day of a month. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 13 (4).

14. (1) If an arbitration is commenced or is deemed to be commenced under section 12 or 13 but an arbitrator has not yet been appointed and an arbitration involving the same parties is commenced or is deemed to be commenced under one or more of the provisions listed in subsection (2) but an arbitrator has not yet been appointed,

(a) one arbitrator shall be appointed for all of those arbitrations; and

(b) those arbitrations shall be held as one arbitration. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 14 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) applies with respect to:

1. Paragraph 2 of subsection 18 (3) and subsection 18 (4) of the Day Nurseries Act.

2. Paragraph 2 of subsection 55 (8) and subsection 55 (9) of the Ontario Disability Support Program Act, 1997.

3. Paragraph 2 of subsection 74 (7) and subsection 74 (8) of the Ontario Works Act, 1997.

4. Paragraph 2 of subsection 13 (2) and subsection 13 (3) of Schedule D to the Social Assistance Reform Act, 1997. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 14 (2).

(3) An arbitration under subsection (1) is governed by the Arbitration Act, 1991, subject to the following rules:

1. The parties may jointly appoint a single arbitrator on or after the day the arbitrations are consolidated.

2. If the parties are entitled to appoint an arbitrator jointly but have not done so, the Superior Court of Justice may make the appointment on a party’s application under section 10 of the Arbitration Act, 1991.

3. The arbitrator shall make a final award that disposes of the issue within three months after being appointed.

4. The date by which the arbitrator is required to make a final award shall not be extended by a court, despite section 39 of the Arbitration Act, 1991. However, that date may be extended by agreement of the parties.

5. The final award shall apportion the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs among the parties,

i. in accordance with the percentages set out in the final award, or

ii. so that each party is responsible for the portion of the amount of the municipal service manager’s housing costs incurred or to be incurred with respect to housing in the area over which the party has municipal jurisdiction.

6. The arbitration shall not deal with provincial social housing costs under the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 that are recoverable from an entity that is the municipal service manager party to the arbitration and that were incurred before the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force.

7. The final award may be effective with respect to a period or periods before it is made and, in that case, shall provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties, but this paragraph does not authorize the final award to be effective with respect to a period or periods that begin before the day on which Part VII of the Act comes into force.

8. A party may appeal the final award to the Superior Court of Justice only on a question of law, with leave, which the court shall grant only if it is satisfied that the conditions in clauses 45 (1) (a) and (b) of the Arbitration Act, 1991 are met. No appeal lies on a question of fact or of mixed law and fact, despite any agreement by the parties.

9. At any time during the arbitration, the parties may enter into an agreement under section 9 that includes an agreement apportioning among the parties that part of the costs of the arbitration attributable to the municipal service manager’s housing costs, in which case that part of the arbitration terminates.

10. The parties may, at any time, amend that part of the final award concerning municipal service manager’s housing costs by agreement or replace that part of the award with an agreement under section 9.

11. That part of the final award in the consolidated arbitration attributable to the municipal service manager’s housing costs comes into effect in accordance with subsection 12 (2) or 13 (3), as the case may be. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 14 (3).

15. (1) An agreement for the apportionment of provincial social housing costs under section 7.1 of Ontario Regulation 488/97 that is in force, and is not to expire or terminate, immediately before the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 is repealed, shall, to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the Act or this Regulation, be deemed to be an agreement for the apportionment of the amount of a municipal service manager’s housing costs under section 9 of this Regulation. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (1).

(2) A final award of an arbitrator under section 7.3 of Ontario Regulation 488/97 or a final award of an arbitrator under that section as amended by an agreement made under paragraph 11 of section 7.2 of that regulation that is in force immediately before the repeal of the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 shall, to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the Act or this Regulation, continue in force as though it had been made under this Regulation, and paragraph 10 of section 11 and section 12 of this Regulation apply to the award. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (2).

(3) A final award of an arbitrator under section 7.4, 7.5 or 7.7 of Ontario Regulation 488/97 or a final award of an arbitrator under those sections as amended by an agreement made under paragraph 11 of section 7.2 or paragraph 11 of subsection 7.7 (3) of that regulation that is in force immediately before the repeal of the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 shall, to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the Act or this Regulation, be deemed to be a final award or a final award as amended, under section 12, 13 or 14 respectively of this Regulation. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (3).

(4) Despite paragraph 7 of section 11 and paragraph 7 of subsection 14 (3), for purposes of subsection 12 (1), a final award or a final award as amended, to which subsection (2) or (3) applies, shall be deemed to have come into effect on the day that it came into effect or was deemed to have come into effect under Ontario Regulation 488/97. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (4).

(5) If an arbitration under section 7.4, 7.5 or 7.7 of Ontario Regulation 488/97 or an appeal of a final award referred to in paragraph 8 of section 7.2 or paragraph 8 of subsection 7.7 (3) of that regulation in respect of such arbitration has been commenced or is deemed to have been commenced under Ontario Regulation 488/97 and if the arbitration or appeal proceedings are continuing immediately before the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 is repealed, the arbitration or appeal shall, subject to subsection (6), be deemed to be an arbitration under section 12, 13 or 14 respectively or an appeal of a final award referred to in paragraph 8 of section 11 or paragraph 8 of subsection 14 (3) respectively of this Regulation in respect of such arbitration. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (5).

(6) Despite the repeal of the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997, the final award in an arbitration mentioned in subsection (5) shall, despite any other provision of this Regulation, come into effect in accordance with subsection 7.4 (2), subsection 7.5 (4) or paragraph 7 of subsection 7.7 (3) of Ontario Regulation 488/97, as the case may be, as though those provisions were still in force. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (6).

(7) Norfolk County shall be deemed to have entered into an agreement under section 9 with Haldimand County. O. Reg. 366/01, s. 2 (1).

(8) For the purposes of subsection 9 (2), the day Part VII of the Act comes into force shall be deemed to be the date specified in the agreement under subsection (7). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (8).

(9) For the purposes of subsection 9 (1), the agreement under subsection (7) shall be deemed to provide that,

(a) the percentage of the municipal service manager’s housing costs to be apportioned to Norfolk County shall be the percentage that the weighted assessment of Norfolk County is of the total of the weighted assessments of Norfolk County and Haldimand County; and

(b) the percentage of the municipal service manager’s housing costs to be apportioned to Haldimand County shall be the percentage that the weighted assessment of Haldimand County is of the total of the weighted assessments of Norfolk County and Haldimand County. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (9); O. Reg. 366/01, s. 2 (2).

(10) In subsection (9),

“weighted assessment” means,

(a) with respect to property that is in a subclass to which section 313 of the Municipal Act, 2001 applies, the taxable assessment for the property, as reduced by the percentage reduction that applies with respect to that assessment under section 313 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and multiplied by the tax ratio of the property class that the property is in, and

(b) in all other cases, the taxable assessment for a property multiplied by the tax ratio of the property class that the property is in. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (10); O. Reg. 413/02, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 143/03, s. 1 (1).

(11) In subsection (10),

“tax ratio”, with respect to a property, means the tax ratio established under section 308 of the Municipal Act, 2001 for the property class it is in. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 15 (11); O. Reg. 413/02, s. 1 (2); O. Reg. 143/03, s. 1 (2).

16. The interest that a municipal service manager may charge an independent municipality under subsection 132 (1) of the Act shall not exceed 15 per cent per year, from the date payment is due until it is made. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 16.

17. Sections 7 to 16 do not apply to a municipal service manager that is the City of Toronto or the regional municipality of Durham, Halton, Peel or York. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 17.

Apportionment of dssab Service Manager’s Housing Costs

18. (1) In this section,

“tax ratio”, with respect to a property, means the tax ratio established under section 308 of the Municipal Act, 2001 for the property class it is in; (“coefficient d’impôt”)

“weighted assessment” means,

(a) with respect to property that is in a subclass to which section 313 of the Municipal Act, 2001 applies, the taxable assessment for the property, as reduced by the percentage reduction that applies with respect to that assessment under section 313 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and multiplied by the tax ratio of the property class that the property is in, and

(b) in all other cases, the taxable assessment for a property multiplied by the tax ratio of the property class that the property is in. (“évaluation pondérée”) O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (1); O. Reg. 413/02, s. 2 (1, 2); O. Reg. 143/03, s. 2 (1, 2).

(2) For the purposes of this section,

(a) the amount of the housing costs of a dssab service manager for a period that are attributable to the parts of its service area comprised of municipalities are its housing costs incurred or to be incurred in respect of those parts of its service area for that period; and

(b) the amount of the housing costs of a dssab service manager for a period that are attributable to the parts of its service area comprised of territory without municipal organization are its housing costs incurred or to be incurred in respect of those parts of its service area for that period. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (2).

(3) The attribution of housing costs between municipalities and territory without municipal organization in accordance with subsection (2) must be approved by the Minister. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (3).

(4) Subject to subsections (5) to (8), the amount determined under clause (2) (a) shall be apportioned among the municipalities within a dssab service manager’s service area as follows:

1. When the assessment rolls of the municipalities within the service area are returned to the clerks under section 36 of the Assessment Act, they shall also be provided to the dssab service manager.

2. Each municipality shall provide the dssab service manager with a copy of its by-law setting its tax ratios on or before the date it is required under section 308 of the Municipal Act, 2001 to make the by-law.

3. The dssab service manager shall determine, for each municipality, the amount to be apportioned to the municipality in accordance with the following formula:

A = B × (C ÷ D)

where,

A = the amount to be apportioned to the municipality,

B = the amount determined under clause (2) (a),

C = the sum of the weighted assessments for all of the properties in the municipality,

D = the sum of the weighted assessments for all of the properties in all of the municipalities.

O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (4); O. Reg. 413/02, s. 2 (3); O. Reg. 143/03, s. 2 (3).

(5) A dssab service manager may apportion its housing costs by a method determined by the dssab service manager instead of by a method provided in subsection (2) or (4) if,

(a) a majority of the municipalities within its service area and members representing territory without municipal organization within its service area consent to that method for the apportionment; and

(b) the municipalities and members referred to in clause (a) who have consented represent a majority of the electors in its service area. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (5).

(6) Each of the municipalities within the service area of the dssab service manager and each of the members of the dssab service manager representing territory without municipal organization is entitled to one vote under clause (5) (a). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (6).

(7) For the purposes of clause (5) (b), if two or more members of the dssab service manager represent an area comprised of territory without municipal organization that is set out in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 278/98 for the dssab service manager, a member who represents the area shall be deemed to represent the total number of electors in the area divided by the total number of members of the dssab service manager who represent the area. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (7).

(8) A resolution of the municipal council is required for a municipality to consent under subsection (5) and a signed consent of a member representing territory without municipal organization is required for the member to consent under subsection (5). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (8).

(9) Each dssab service manager whose service area includes territory without municipal organization shall inform the Minister of its housing costs attributable to territory without municipal organization forthwith after determining those costs. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 18 (9).

19. An agreement of an entity that is a dssab service manager made under subsection 6 (5) of Ontario Regulation 278/98 that is in force, and is not to expire or terminate, immediately before the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997 is repealed, shall, to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the Act or this Regulation, be deemed to be a method determined by the dssab service manager under subsection 18 (5). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 19.

20. (1) Each dssab service manager shall in each year apportion among the municipalities and territory without municipal organization within its service area in accordance with section 18, the amounts that it estimates will be required to defray its housing costs for that year and shall on or before March 31 of that year notify,

(a) the clerk of each municipality of the estimated amount to be provided by that municipality; and

(b) the Minister of the estimated amount to be provided by the Minister with respect to the amount of the dssab service manager’s housing costs under subsection 130 (4) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 20 (1).

(2) If a dssab service manager that has given notice of the estimated amounts under subsection (1) incurs additional housing costs that were not anticipated at the time the notice was given, the additional housing costs shall be apportioned and notification given in accordance with subsection (1). O. Reg. 642/00, s. 20 (2).

21. (1) For the purposes of clause 130 (4) (a) of the Act, the amount apportioned to the territory without municipal organization under subsection 130 (1) of the Act shall be paid to the dssab service manager in accordance with the following rules:

1. The amount apportioned by a dssab service manager to the territory without municipal organization for a year under subsection 130 (1) of the Act shall be paid by the Minister in four equal quarterly instalments with the payments being made in the first month of each quarter.

2. If an amount has not been apportioned by a dssab service manager to the territory without municipal organization for a year under subsection 130 (1) of the Act, the amount of each quarterly instalment payable by the Minister until the apportionment for the year is made, and the Minister is notified of it, is one-quarter of the amount that was apportioned by the dssab service manager to the territory without municipal organization under subsection 130 (1) of the Act in the previous year.

3. If one or more payments are made in accordance with paragraph 2, the amount of each quarterly instalment to be paid after the apportionment for the current year is made, and the Minister is notified of it, shall be calculated in accordance with the apportionment for the current year and a monetary reconciliation shall be made between the Minister and the dssab service manager in respect of the quarterly instalments already paid by the Minister to the dssab service manager in the current year under paragraph 2.

4. For the purposes of paragraph 2 and payments of the Minister in 2001, the amount apportioned by an entity that is a dssab service manager to the territory without municipal organization in 2000 under section 7 of the District Social Services Administration Boards Act, shall be deemed to be the amount that was apportioned by the dssab service manager to the territory without municipal organization under subsection 130 (1) of the Act in the previous year. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 21 (1).

(2) For the purposes of clause 130 (4) (b) of the Act, the amounts mentioned in that clause shall be paid to the dssab service manager in accordance with the following rules:

1. The amounts, as estimated by the dssab service manager for a year, shall be paid by the Minister in the year in four equal quarterly instalments with the payments being made in the first month of each quarter.

2. If the amounts have not been estimated by the dssab service manager for a year, the amount of each quarterly instalment payable by the Minister until the estimate for the year is made, and the Minister is notified of it, is one-quarter of the amounts that were estimated under paragraph 1 in the previous year.

3. If one or more payments are made in accordance with paragraph 2, the amount of each quarterly instalment to be paid after the apportionment for the current year is made, and the Minister is notified of it, shall be calculated in accordance with the apportionment for the current year and a monetary reconciliation shall be made between the Minister and the dssab service manager in respect of the quarterly instalments already paid by the Minister to the dssab service manager in the current year under paragraph 2.

4. For the purposes of paragraph 2 and payments of the Minister in 2001, the amounts estimated under paragraph 1 in the previous year shall be deemed to be the amount of the provincial social housing costs incurred or to be incurred under the Social Housing Funding Act, 1997, with respect to housing located within the area of jurisdiction of the Moosonee Development Area Board, as estimated for 2000. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 21 (2).

22. Payments by the Minister or a dssab service manager under subsection 130 (5) of the Act shall be made in accordance with the following rules:

1. If an amount payable under clause 130 (4) (a) or (b) of the Act includes estimates of costs still to be incurred, the dssab service manager shall recalculate the amount when the actual costs become known to the dssab service manager and shall make the necessary adjustment in the amount payable by the Minister and shall notify the Minister of the adjustment.

2. If an amount payable by the Minister under clause 130 (4) (a) or (b) of the Act is reduced as a result of an adjustment referred to in paragraph 1, the dssab service manager shall,

i. forthwith pay the difference to the Minister of Finance, or

ii. subtract the difference from the amount payable by the Minister under subsection 21 (1) or (2) for the next quarter.

3. If an amount payable by the Minister under clause 130 (4) (a) or (b) of the Act is increased as a result of an adjustment referred to in paragraph 1, the difference shall be added to the amount that is payable by the Minister under subsection 21 (1) or (2) for the next quarter. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 22.

23. The Corporation of the Town of Moosonee shall be deemed to be territory without municipal organization for the purposes of section 130 of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 23.

24. The interest that a dssab service manager may charge a municipality under subsection 132 (2) of the Act shall not exceed 1 per cent per month. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 24.

Distribution of Federal Funding

25. The housing programs listed in Schedule 3 are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 134 (3) of the Act. O. Reg. 642/00, s. 25.

Social Housing Costs Payable by Gta Service Managers

26. In sections 27 and 28,

“GTA service manager” has the meaning given to that expression by section 135 of the Act. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

26.1-26.3 Revoked: O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

27. (1) The amounts set out in this section are prescribed for the purposes of section 136 of the Act. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

(2) The Regional Municipality of Halton shall pay the following amounts to the City of Toronto for social housing costs for each of the indicated years:

1. For 2007, $14,536,000.

2. For 2008, $12,113,000.

3. For 2009, $9,690,000.

4. For 2010, $7,268,000.

5. For 2011, $4,845,000.

6. For 2012, $2,422,000.

7. For 2013, zero. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

(3) The Regional Municipality of Peel shall pay the following amounts to the City of Toronto for social housing costs for each of the indicated years:

1. For 2007, $25,317,000.

2. For 2008, $21,098,000.

3. For 2009, $16,878,000.

4. For 2010, $12,658,000.

5. For 2011, $8,439,000.

6. For 2012, $4,219,000.

7. For 2013, zero. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

(4) The Regional Municipality of York shall pay the following amounts to the City of Toronto for social housing costs for each of the indicated years:

1. For 2007, $39,651,000.

2. For 2008, $33,042,000.

3. For 2009, $26,434,000.

4. For 2010, $19,825,000.

5. For 2011, $13,217,000.

6. For 2012, $6,608,000.

7. For 2013, zero. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

(5) The Regional Municipality of Durham shall pay $163,000 to the City of Toronto for social housing costs for 2007 and a zero amount for each of the years 2008 through 2013. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

(6) Nothing in this section relieves a GTA service manager from its obligation to pay to the Minister the portion of the provincial housing costs allocated to it under section 123 of the Act. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

27.1 Revoked: O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

28. For the purposes of subsection 136 (7) of the Act, the City of Toronto may charge interest at a rate not in excess of 15 per cent per year on any amount due to it by a GTA service manager required to pay amounts to the City under section 27 of this Regulation, from the date payment is due until the date payment is made. O. Reg. 125/09, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 1
HOUSING PROGRAMS (PROVINCIAL HOUSING COSTS)

Program Category Number

Program Description

Public Housing Programs (1 (a) and 1 (b))

 

1 (a)

The public housing programs administered before January 1, 2001 by Local Housing Authorities for the object of providing appropriate housing exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and adequate housing on the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January 1, 2001 were owned or leased by the Ontario Housing Corporation or jointly by the Ontario Housing Corporation and the CMHC

1 (b)

The public housing program administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry for the object of providing appropriate housing exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and adequate housing on the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January 1, 2001 were owned or leased by the Toronto Housing Company

Rent Supplement Programs (2 (a) and 2 (b))

 

2 (a)

All Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by Local Housing Authorities or the Ministry, not including the rent supplement programs included under 2 (b), but including the following rent supplement programs:

 

    1. Rent Supplement – Regular

 

    2. Accelerated Rental CMHC

 

    3. Accelerated Rental OMC

 

    4. Community Integrated

 

    5. Assisted Rentals

 

    6. Limited Dividend

 

    7. Private Assisted Rental

 

    8. Ontario Rental Construction Plan

 

    9. Canada Rental Supply Plan

 

    10. Convert-to-rent

 

    11. Canada Ontario Rental Supply Plan

 

    12. Renterprise

 

    13. Low Rise Rehabilitation

 

    14. Ontario Rental Construction Loan

 

    15. Assisted Rental Housing

 

    16. Ontario Accelerated Family Rental Housing

2 (b)

Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry with respect to units in projects owned, leased or administered by non-profit housing providers or by non-profit housing co-operatives, not including the rent supplement programs included under 2 (a), but including the following rent supplement programs:

 

    1. Community Sponsored Housing Program (1978-1985)

 

    2. Community Sponsored Housing Program (P2500) (1978-1985)

 

    3. Ontario Community Housing Assistance Program (1978-1985)

3

Limited Dividend Entrepreneur Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 25

4

Non-Profit Low Rental Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), sections 25-27

5

Non-Profit 2% Write-Down Non-Profit Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs (6 (a), 6 (b) and 6 (c))

 

6 (a)

With respect to non-profit housing providers other than non-profit housing co-operatives

 

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including:

 

    1. JobsOntario Homes

 

    2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000)

 

    3. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600)

 

    4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-10,000)

 

    5. Homes Now

 

    6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993)

6 (b)

With respect to non-profit housing co-operatives

 

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including:

 

    1. JobsOntario Homes

 

    2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000)

 

    3. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600)

 

    4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-10,000)

 

    5. Homes Now

 

    6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993)

6 (c)

Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program (1978-1985)

7

Urban Native Fully Targeted Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

8

Urban Native 2% Write-Down and Additional Assistance Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

O. Reg. 642/00, Sched. 1; O. Reg. 8/01, s. 2; O. Reg. 560/05, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 2
EXCLUDED COSTS (PROVINCIAL HOUSING COSTS)

1. (1) Costs incurred or to be incurred in administering programs in relation to non-profit housing providers that own, lease or administer housing projects and non-profit housing co-operatives that own, lease or administer housing projects, other than the portion of those costs that is described as recoverable in subsections (1.1) and (2).

(1.1) Any costs mentioned in subsection (1) that are incurred by the Minister in administering the programs described in that subsection as the result of the exercise of his or her powers under section 22 of the Act are recoverable.

(2) For each entity set out in Column 1 of Table 1, the portion of the costs mentioned in subsection (1) that is recoverable in each billing period is the amount set out opposite that entity in Column 2 of Table 1.

(3) Table 1, as it read on September 30, 2001, continues to apply to the recovery of provincial housing costs in respect of billing periods that end before October 1, 2001.

2. Costs incurred or to be incurred with respect to housing located within the Town of Moosonee.

3. Costs incurred as a result of an event that occurred prior to January 1, 1998.

4. Costs incurred or to be incurred with respect to the Social Housing Services Corporation established under subsection 140 (1) of the Act.

5. Costs incurred in respect of start up funding to service managers or local housing corporations paid under subsection 122 (2) of the Act.

6. Costs incurred or to be incurred in respect of those housing projects which are owned or operated by the housing providers set out in Table 2 and which are subject to a memorandum of understanding prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 91 (2) of the Act.

TABLE 1 Revoked: O. Reg. 82/02, s. 1 (2).

TABLE 2

1.

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Port Hope.

2.

Accommodation, Information and Support, Inc.

3.

Alpha Court Non-Profit Housing Corporation.

4.

Anselma House.

5.

Apsley and District Satellite Homes for Seniors Inc.

6.

Arrabon, Incorporated.

7.

Barrie & District Association For People with Special Needs.

8.

Beth Tikvah Foundation of Hamilton.

9.

Brain Injury Community Re-Entry (Niagara) Inc.

10.

Brain Injury Services of Hamilton.

11.

Branch 133, Legion Village, Inc.

12.

Brantwood Residential Development Centre.

13.

The Brock Cottage Inc.

14.

Brockville & Area Community Living Association.

15.

Brockville Supportive Non-Profit Housing Coalition.

16.

Bruce Peninsula Health Services.

17.

Burlington Civitan Club.

18.

Cambridge Association for the Mentally Handicapped.

19.

Camphill Houses Inc.

20.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Barrie-Simcoe Branch.

21.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Brant County Branch.

22.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Durham Branch.

23.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Elgin Branch.

24.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Hamilton-Wentworth Branch.

25.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Kent County Branch.

26.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Niagara South Branch.

27.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Nipissing Regional Branch.

28.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Oxford County Branch.

29.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Perth County Branch.

30.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Peterborough Branch.

31.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Sudbury Branch.

32.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Thunder Bay Branch.

33.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Timmins Branch.

34.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Victoria County Branch.

35.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch.

36.

Cerebral Palsy Parent Council of Toronto.

37.

Chapleau Association for Community Living — Housing.

38.

Christian Horizons (Canada).

39.

Colborne Community Services.

40.

Collingwood Community Living.

41.

Columbus House (Pembroke) Inc.

42.

Community Head Injury Resource Services of Metropolitan Toronto.

43.

Community Living — Fort Erie.

44.

Community Living Huntsville.

45.

Community Living Huronia.

46.

Community Living Mississauga.

47.

Community Living Niagara Falls.

48.

Community Living — Stormont County.

49.

Community Living Alternatives — Scarborough.

50.

Community Living Association (Lanark County).

51.

Community Living Association for South Simcoe.

52.

Community Living Timmins Integration Communautaire.

53.

Cornwall Area Substance Abuse Treatment Centre.

54.

Dufferin Association for Community Living.

55.

Dundas County Community Living Inc.

56.

Eden Community House of Toronto.

57.

Elgin Association for Community Living.

58.

Elliot Lake Women’s Group Inc.

59.

Empathy House of Recovery Inc.

60.

Erie’s North Shore Housing Inc.

61.

Essex County Association for Community Living.

62.

Fife House Foundation Inc.

63.

Friends of L’arche.

64.

The Friends Supporting … Those With Long Term Health Care Needs.

65.

Gateway Residence of Niagara Inc.

66.

Georgina Association for Community Living.

67.

Glengarry Association for Community Living.

68.

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc.

69.

The Governing Council of the Salvation Army in Canada/Conseil de direction de l’Armée du Salut du Canada.

70.

Grey Bruce Community Health Corporation.

71.

Guelph Wellington Association for Community Living.

72.

Guelph-Wellington Women In Crisis.

73.

Haldimand-Norfolk Resource, Education and Counselling Help.

74.

Half-Way House Inc.

75.

Halton Adolescent Support Services.

76.

Hamilton Association for Community Living.

77.

Handicapped Action Group Incorporated.

78.

Harmony Centre for Community Living Inc.

79.

Hearst, Kap., S-R-F Counselling Service/Services de Counselling De Hearst, Kap, S-R-F.

80.

Hébergement Renaissance Inc.

81.

Hesperus Fellowship Community of Ontario.

82.

HH Non-Profit Homes Inc.

83.

Hiatus House.

84.

Homeward Family Shelter.

85.

Hope Seniors Centre — Danforth.

86.

House of Welcome Inc.

87.

Houselink Community Homes.

88.

Independence Plus Housing Corporation.

89.

Ingersoll Supportive Non-Profit Homes Inc.

90.

Interim Place.

91.

I.O.O.F. Senior Citizens Homes Inc.

92.

James Bay Association for Community Living.

93.

James Street Recovery Program.

94.

Jessie’s Centre, Non-Profit Homes Corporation.

95.

Joyce Scott Non-Profit Homes Inc.

96.

Kapuskasing & District Association for Community Living.

97.

Kenogamisis Non Profit Housing Corporation.

98.

Kerry’s Place.

99.

Kerry’s Place (Autism) Services.

100.

Kingston Friendship Homes.

101.

K-W Habilitation Services.

102.

L’Arche — Ottawa.

103.

LaVerendrye Non-Profit Supportive Housing Corporation.

104.

Leeds Grenville Phased Housing Programme.

105.

Listowel & District Association for Community Living.

106.

LOFT Community Services.

107.

London Regional AIDS Hospice.

108.

Madawaska Valley Association for Community Living.

109.

Madison Avenue Housing and Support Services Inc.

110.

Mains Ouvertes — Open Hands.

111.

Maison D’Amitié.

112.

Maison Fraternité — Fraternity House.

113.

Manitoulin Non-Profit Homes Incorporated.

114.

Mary Centre of the Archdiocese of Toronto.

115.

The Massey Centre for Women.

116.

Metropolitan Toronto Association for Community Living.

117.

Momiji Seniors Residence.

118.

Muki Baum Association for the Rehab. of Multi-Handicapped, Inc.

119.

Nainstay Non-Profit Buildings Inc.

120.

New Leaf: Living and Learning Together Inc.

121.

The Newmarket and District Association for Community Living.

122.

North Bay Community Housing Initiatives.

123.

North Grenville Association for Community Living.

124.

North Halton Association for the Developmentally Handicapped.

125.

North Renfrew Health & Social Planning Committee Inc.

126.

The North Wentworth Association for the Mentally Retarded, Inc.

127.

Northern Linkage Community Housing and Support Services.

128.

Northern Regional Recovery Continuum.

129.

Oakville Re-Entry Homes Inc.

130.

Ongwanada Non-Profit Housing Corporation.

131.

Organization for the Multi-Disabled (Thunder Bay) Inc.

132.

Orillia and District Association for Community Living.

133.

The Oshawa/Clarington Association for Community Living.

134.

Ottawa Foyers Partage.

135.

Ottawa Salus Corporation.

136.

Ottawa Valley Autistic Homes.

137.

Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities.

138.

Ottawa-Carleton Lifeskills Inc.

139.

Parents for Community Living Kitchener-Waterloo Inc.

140.

Participation House Toronto Parents Association.

141.

Participation Lodge — Grey Bruce.

142.

Pathways for Children, Youth and Families.

143.

Pathways Non-Profit Housing.

144.

Peace Ranch.

145.

Pembroke and District Association for Community Living.

146.

Phoenix Rising Non-Profit Homes Inc.

147.

Plainfield Non-Profit Housing Corp.

148.

Port Colborne District Association for Community Living, Inc.

149.

The Prescott-Russell Association for Community Living.

150.

Prince Edward Association for Community Living.

151.

Quinac Residence and Supportive Living.

152.

Quinte & Region Community Homes Non-Profit Housing.

153.

Reena Foundation (1992).

154.

Regeneration House.

155.

Rotary (Don Valley) Cheshire Homes, Inc.

156.

Saint Monica House.

157.

Salvation Army Village London Housing Corporation.

158.

Sarnia and District Association for Community Living.

159.

Sedna Women’s Shelter & Support Services Inc.

160.

Serenity House Inc.

161.

Sobriety House of Ottawa Inc.

162.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Toronto.

163.

South-East Grey Non-Profit Homes.

164.

St. Catharines Association for Community Living.

165.

St. Catharines Mainstream Non-Profit Housing Project.

166.

St. Francis Advocates for Autistic and Developmentally Disabled (Sarnia) Inc.

167.

St. Jude Community Homes.

168.

St. Leonard’s Society of Brant.

169.

St. Michael’s Halfway Homes.

170.

St. Stephen’s Residence of Ottawa, Inc.

171.

Stratford Area Association for Community Living.

172.

Strathroy Housing for the Handicapped Corporation.

173.

The Streethaven at the Crossroads.

174.

Summit Half Way House Inc.

175.

Sunbeam Residential Development Centre.

176.

The Supportive Housing Coalition of Metropolitan Toronto.

177.

TELCI Therapeutic & Educational Living Centres Inc.

178.

Thunder Bay Seaway Non-Profit Apartments.

179.

Total Communication Environment.

180.

Tri Town & District Association for Community Living.

181.

True Experience Supportive Housing and Community Work Program.

182.

Turning Point Incorporated.

183.

Violence Against Women, Services Elgin County.

184.

Waterloo Regional Homes for Mental Health Inc.

185.

Welcome Home Charitable Non-Profit Housing Corporation.

186.

Welland District Association for Community Living.

187.

Welland District Association for Community Living Non-Profit Housing Corp.

188.

West Nipissing Association for Community Living.

189.

The West Parry Sound Association for Community Living.

190.

Western Ontario Therapeutic Community Hostel.

191.

Windsor Community Living Support Services.

192.

Women in Crisis (Algoma) Inc.

193.

Women’s Emergency Centre, Woodstock, Inc.

194.

Woodmar Non-Profit Corporation for the Developmentally Handicapped.

195.

Xeorixs Homes.

196.

York South Association for Community Living.

197.

Young Women’s Christian Association of Hamilton.

198.

Youth Habilitation Quinte Inc.

199.

Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa-Carleton Non Profit Housing Corporation.

O. Reg. 642/00, Sched. 2; O. Reg. 366/01, s. 3; O. Reg. 411/01, s. 3; O. Reg. 450/01, s. 1; O. Reg. 82/02, ss. 1, 2.

SCHEDULE 3
HOUSING PROGRAMS (FEDERAL FUNDS)

Program Category Number

Program Description

Public Housing Programs (1 (a) and 1 (b))

 

1 (a)

The public housing programs administered before January 1, 2001 by Local Housing Authorities for the object of providing appropriate housing exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and adequate housing on the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January 1, 2001 were owned or leased by the Ontario Housing Corporation or jointly by the Ontario Housing Corporation and the CMHC

1 (b)

The public housing program administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry for the object of providing appropriate housing exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and adequate housing on the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January 1, 2001 were owned or leased by the Toronto Housing Company

Rent Supplement Programs (2 (a) and 2 (b))

 

2 (a)

All Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by Local Housing Authorities or the Ministry, not including the rent supplement programs included under 2 (b), but including the following rent supplement programs:

 

    1. Rent Supplement – Regular

 

    2. Accelerated Rental CMHC

 

    3. Accelerated Rental OMC

 

    4. Community Integrated

 

    5. Assisted Rentals

 

    6. Limited Dividend

 

    7. Private Assisted Rental

 

    8. Ontario Rental Construction Plan

 

    9. Canada Rental Supply Plan

 

    10. Convert-to-rent

 

    11. Canada Ontario Rental Supply Plan

 

    12. Renterprise

 

    13. Low Rise Rehabilitation

 

    14. Ontario Rental Construction Loan

 

    15. Assisted Rental Housing

 

    16. Ontario Accelerated Family Rental Housing

2 (b)

Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry with respect to units in projects owned, leased or administered by non-profit housing providers not including the rent supplement programs included under 2 (a), but including the following rent supplement programs:

 

    1. Community Sponsored Housing Program (1978-1985)

 

    2. Community Sponsored Housing Program (P2500) (1978-1985)

 

    3. Ontario Community Housing Assistance Program (1978-1985)

3

Limited Dividend Entrepreneur Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 25

4

Non-Profit Low Rental Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), sections 25-27

5

Non-Profit 2% Write-Down Non-Profit Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs (6 (a), 6 (b) and 6 (c))

 

6 (a)

With respect to non-profit housing providers other than non-profit housing co-operatives

 

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including:

 

    1. JobsOntario Homes

 

    2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000)

 

    3. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600)

 

    4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-10,000)

 

    5. Homes Now

 

    6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993)

6 (b)

With respect to non-profit housing co-operatives

 

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including:

 

    1. JobsOntario Homes

 

    2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000)

 

    3. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600)

 

    4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-10,000)

 

    5. Homes Now

 

    6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993)

6 (c)

Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program (1978-1985)

7

Urban Native Fully Targeted Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

8

Urban Native 2% Write-Down and Additional Assistance Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95

O. Reg. 642/00, Sched. 3; O. Reg. 8/01, s. 3; O. Reg. 82/02, s. 3; O. Reg. 560/05, s. 2.

SCHEDULE 4
2001 WEIGHTED ASSESSMENT RATIOS

Item

GTA Service Manager

Ratio

1.

City of Toronto

0.5088579604

2.

Regional Municipality of Durham

0.0710194766

3.

Regional Municipality of Halton

0.0744053594

4.

Regional Municipality of Peel

0.1895881974

5.

Regional Municipality of York

0.1561290062

O. Reg. 411/01, s. 4.

SCHEDULE 5
GTA-WIDE WEIGHTED TRANSITION RATIOS

Item

Property Class

Ratio

1.

The residential/farm property class

1.00

2.

The farmlands property class

0.25

3.

The managed forests property class

0.25

O. Reg. 411/01, s. 4.