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Housing Services Act, 2011

ONTARIO REGULATION 367/11

GENERAL

Consolidation Period:  From July 1, 2016 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 250/16.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

PART I
DEFINITIONS FOR THIS REGULATION

1.

Definitions

PART II
INTERPRETATION — PART I OF THE ACT

2.

Programs prescribed for definition of “transferred housing program”, s. 2 of the Act

PART III
PROVINCIAL POLICIES AND LOCAL PLANS — PART II OF THE ACT

Housing and Homelessness Plans

3.

Housing and homelessness plans, requirements, s. 6 (4) of the Act

4.

Time for initial plan, s. 6 (7) of the Act

5.

Comments from Minister, s. 8 (2) of the Act

PART IV
SERVICE MANAGERS — PART III OF THE ACT

6.

Service managers and service areas, s. 11 of the Act

7.

Directions of dssab service manager re debentures, s. 16 (2) of the Act

8.

English and French services, s. 18 (2) of the Act

8.1

Periodic reports to Minister, s. 20 (1) (a) of the Act

9.

Periodic reports to Minister, s. 20 of the Act

9.1

Reporting to public, s. 22 of the Act

PART V
LOCAL HOUSING CORPORATIONS — PART IV OF THE ACT

Definition

10.

Definition

General

11.

Rules governing operation, s. 27 (1) (a) of the Act

12.

Subsidy from related service manager, s. 28 of the Act

Restriction on Certain Corporate Changes

13.

Share issue — restriction, s. 32 (b) of the Act

14.

Share transfer, etc. — restriction, s. 33 (1) (b) of the Act

15.

Amalgamation — restriction, s. 34 (b) of the Act

16.

Voluntary wind-up or dissolution — restriction, s. 35 (b) of the Act

PART VI
RENT-GEARED-TO-INCOME ASSISTANCE AND SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING — PART V OF THE ACT

Definition

17.

Housing providers that are special needs housing administrators, s. 38 of the Act

Application of Part of Act

18.

Programs prescribed for application of Part, s. 39 (1) of the Act

Minimum Service Levels

19.

Service levels, rent-geared-to-income assistance, s. 40 (1) of the Act

20.

Households not included to meet service levels, s. 40 (2) of the Act

21.

Programs prescribed for application of Part, s. 41 of the Act

22.

Service levels, modified units, par. 1 of s. 41 (1) of the Act

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance – Eligibility Rules

23.

Provincial eligibility rules, par. 1 of s. 42 (1) of the Act

24.

Basic requirements — age, independence and citizenship, etc.

25.

Ineligibility — removal order

26.

Ineligibility — amounts owed by household

27.

Cessation of eligibility — initial eligibility requirements

28.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to notify of changes

29.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to provide information

30.

Cessation of eligibility — 12 months of normal rent

31.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to obtain income

32.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to divest residential property

33.

Local eligibility rules — limits and requirements, s. 42 (2) and (3) of the Act

34.

Local rule — maximum household income

35.

Local rule — maximum household assets

36.

Local rule — certain convictions

37.

Local rule — maximum absence from unit

38.

Local rule — ceasing to meet occupancy standards

39.

Local rule — refusal of offers

40.

Local rules — no residency criteria

41.

Local rules — no distinction based on duration of assistance

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Occupancy Standards

42.

Occupancy standards requirements, s. 43 (2) of the Act

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Application and Determination

43.

Limitations on what can be required in applications, s. 44 (3) of the Act

44.

Determination of eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 45 (2) of the Act

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Selection System

45.

System for selecting waiting households, requirements, s. 47 (3) of the Act

46.

System requirements — centralized waiting list

47.

System requirements — selection of RGI households for vacant units

48.

System requirements — selection of already accommodated households

49.

System requirements — alternative housing provider

50.

System requirements — refusals by housing provider

51.

System requirements — rules for special needs housing

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Priority Rules

52.

Provincial priority rules, par. 1 of s. 48 (2) of the Act

53.

Special priority household category, par. 1 of s. 48 (2) of the Act

54.

Special priority household category — eligibility

55.

Special priority household category — limit on reconsideration

56.

Special priority household category — request requirements

57.

Special priority household category — restrictions on requiring information and documents

58.

Special priority household category — verifying there has been abuse

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Miscellaneous

59.

Review of continued eligibility, timing of reviews, s. 52 (1) of the Act

60.

Review of continued eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 52 (3) of the Act

61.

Notice of certain decisions, requirements, s. 53 (1) of the Act

62.

Information, etc., available to public, requirements, s. 54 (1) of the Act

63.

Information, etc., made available by housing provider, s. 54 (3) of the Act

64.

Limitation on required repayment, s. 56 (2) of the Act

65.

Limitation on recovery by rent increase, s. 56 (5) of the Act

66.

Powers of eligibility review officers, s. 57 (3) of the Act

67.

Powers of family support workers, s. 58 (2) of the Act

Special Needs Housing — Eligibility Rules

68.

Provincial eligibility rules, s. 59 of the Act

69.

Eligibility — requirement relating to need

70.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to notify of changes

71.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to provide information

Special Needs Housing — Application and Determination

72.

Limitations on what can be required in applications, s. 60 (3) of the Act

73.

Determination of eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 61 (2) of the Act

Special Needs Housing — Selection System

74.

System for selecting waiting households, requirements, s. 62 (2) of the Act

75.

System requirements — waiting list

76.

System requirements — selection of households for special needs housing

77.

System requirements — refusals by housing provider

Special Needs Housing — Priority Rules

78.

Provincial priority rules, s. 63 (2) of the Act

79.

Special priority household category, s. 63 (2) of the Act

Special Needs Housing — Miscellaneous

80.

Review of continued eligibility, timing of reviews, s. 65 (1) of the Act

81.

Review of continued eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 65 (3) of the Act

82.

Notice of certain decisions, requirements, s. 66 (1) of the Act

83.

Information, etc., available to public, requirements, s. 67 (1) of the Act

84.

Information, etc., made available by service manager, s. 67 (3) of the Act

85.

Information, etc., made available by housing provider, s. 67 (4) of the Act

PART VII
GENERAL RULES FOR TRANSFERRED HOUSING PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS — PART VI OF THE ACT

86.

Rules and criteria for programs and projects, s. 68 (2) (a) of the Act

87.

Housing provider plans, s. 69 (5) of the Act

88.

Records, s. 70 of the Act

89.

Content of notice of project in difficulty, s. 72 (4) of the Act

PART VIII
GENERAL RULES FOR CERTAIN HOUSING PROJECTS — PART VII OF THE ACT

Definition

90.

Part VII housing projects, s. 73 of the Act

Operation of Projects

91.

Prescribed provincial requirements, s. 75 (1) (a) of the Act

92.

Corporate standing

93.

Operation as charity or non-profit organization

94.

Distribution on winding up, etc., for certain housing providers

94.1

No payment to members for certain housing providers

95.

Damages that make a unit uninhabitable

96.

Rent-geared-to-income assistance

97.

Non-profit housing co-operative, fees and charges

98.

Capital reserves

99.

Insurance

100.

Limits of local standards, s. 75 (2) of the Act

101.

Targets, restrictions on changes by service manager, par. 2 of s. 77 (5) of the Act

Records and Reports

102.

Records, s. 79 (1) of the Act

103.

Annual reports, contents, s. 80 (2) of the Act

Enforcement

104.

Service manager-appointed receiver, etc., powers, s. 95 (9) of the Act

105.

Date for undertaking required review, s. 100 of the Act

PART IX
PAYMENT OF CERTAIN HOUSING COSTS — PART VIII OF THE ACT

Provincial Housing Costs

106.

Billing periods, s. 104 (2) of the Act

107.

Recoverable costs, exclusion, s. 105 of the Act

108.

Allocation of recoverable costs among service managers, s. 106 (1) of the Act

Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Exclusion

109.

Service manager’s housing costs, exclusion, s. 109 (2) of the Act

Municipal Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Apportionment

110.

Definition

111.

Apportionment method, certain municipal service managers, s. 111 (3) of the Act

112.

Agreement to provide for apportionment

113.

Arbitration to provide for apportionment

114.

Transition, agreements and arbitrations under former Act

DSSAB Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Apportionment

115.

Apportionment method — dssab service managers, s. 112 (3) of the Act

116.

Apportionment method unless alternative consented to

117.

Alternative apportionment method by majority consent

118.

Information about amounts apportioned to unorganized territory

119.

Reports to Minister on estimated amounts

120.

Payment of amounts, s. 112 (5) of the Act

121.

Municipality deemed to be unorganized, s. 112 of the Act

122.

Transition, reconciliations under former Act

Revisions by Service Managers

123.

Notice of changes, s. 114 (3) of the Act

124.

Payments relating to unorganized territory, s. 114 (6) of the Act

Interest and Penalties

125.

Interest and penalties, s. 115 (1) of the Act

PART X
HOUSING SERVICES CORPORATION — PART IX OF THE ACT

Objects, Powers, etc.

128.

Required activities, s. 124 of the Act

Members

129.

Members of the Corporation, s. 127 of the Act

Directors

130.

Selection of directors, s. 128 (2) of the Act

131.

Terms of directors, s. 129 (1) of the Act

132.

Transition, board of directors

133.

Consultation before director vacancy filled, s. 134 (2) of the Act

134.

Transition, limit on terms as Chair, s. 135 (3) of the Act

135.

Directors’ expense policy, s. 138 (2) of the Act

Miscellaneous

136.

Required member participation, s. 151 (1) of the Act

137.

Annual report contents, s. 152 (2) of the Act

PART XI
MISCELLANEOUS — PART X OF THE ACT

Reviews of Certain Decisions

138.

System for dealing with reviews, requirements, s. 155 (4) of the Act

138.1

Review of service manager decisions

139.

Effective date of decisions, s. 159 of the Act

Restrictions on Dealing with Certain Land

140.

Real property transferred under a transfer order, exceptions, s. 161 (5) of the Act

140.1

Grant of easement or right of way, exceptions, s. 161 (5) of the Act

141.

Certain housing projects, exceptions, s. 162 (4) of the Act

141.1

Grant of easement or right of way, exception, s. 162 (4) of the Act

142.

Content of notice, s. 163 (2) of the Act

Restrictions on Certain Corporate Changes

143.

Content of notice, s. 166 (9) of the Act

Exemptions for Certain Transfers

144.

Prescribed transfers, par. 2 of s. 167 (2) of the Act

Dealing with Information

145.

Personal information, prescribed programs, s. 169 (1) of the Act

146.

Personal information, prescribed standards, s. 169 (1) of the Act

147.

Restriction re prescribed personal information, s. 175 of the Act

Schedule 1

Housing programs prescribed for the definition of “transferred housing program” (section 2)

Schedule 2

Service managers and service areas (section 6)

Schedule 3

Housing providers that are special needs housing administrators (section 17)

Schedule 4

Service levels prescribed for service managers (sections 19 and 22)

Schedule 5

Rules and criteria for transferred housing programs and projects (section 86)

Schedule 6

Members of the housing services corporation non-profit corporations (section 129)

Schedule 7

Members of the housing services corporation non-profit housing co-operatives (section 129)

 

Part I
Definitions for this Regulation

Definitions

1. (1) In this Regulation,

“abuse” means,

(a) one or more incidents of,

(i) physical or sexual violence,

(ii) controlling behaviour, or

(iii) intentional destruction of or intentional injury to property, or

(b) words, actions or gestures that threaten an individual or lead an individual to fear for his or her safety; (“mauvais traitements”)

“business day” means a day from Monday to Friday, other than a holiday; (“jour ouvrable”)

“child”, in relation to an individual, includes a child who the individual has demonstrated a settled intention to treat as a child of his or her family, but does not include a child placed in the individual’s home as a foster child for consideration; (“enfant”)

“non-profit housing co-operative” means a non-profit housing co-operative under the Co-operative Corporations Act; (“coopérative de logement sans but lucratif”)

“rent” means,

(a) in relation to a unit in a non-profit housing co-operative occupied by a member of the co-operative, housing charges as defined in the Co-operative Corporations Act, other than sector support levies and initial membership fees, or

(b) in all other cases, rent as defined in the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006; (“loyer”)

“rent-geared-to-income assistance” means rent-geared-to-income assistance as defined in section 38 of the Act; (“aide sous forme de loyer indexé sur le revenu”)

“special priority household category” means the category referred to in sections 53 and 79. (“catégorie des ménages prioritaires”)  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 1 (1).

(2) For the purpose of the definition of “abuse” in subsection (1), abuse is done by any of the following persons against an individual:

1. The individual’s spouse, parent, child or other relative.

2. A person who is sponsoring the individual as an immigrant.

3. A person on whom the individual is emotionally, physically or financially dependent.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 1 (2).

(3) In paragraph 1 of subsection (2),

“spouse”, in relation to a member of a household, means,

(a) an individual who, together with the member, has declared to the service manager or special needs housing administrator that the individual and the member are spouses, or

(b) an individual who is residing in the same dwelling place as the member, if the social and familial aspects of the relationship between the individual and the member amount to cohabitation and,

(i) the individual is providing financial support to the member,

(ii) the member is providing financial support to the individual, or

(iii) the individual and the member have a mutual agreement or arrangement regarding their financial affairs.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 1 (3).

(4) For the purpose of the definition of “spouse” in subsection (3), sexual factors shall not be investigated or considered in determining whether or not an individual is a spouse.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 1 (4).

Part ii
Interpretation — Part I of the Act

Programs prescribed for definition of “transferred housing program”, s. 2 of the Act

2. (1) The housing programs listed in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of the definition of “transferred housing program” in section 2 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 2 (1).

(2) In Schedule 1,

“Local Housing Authorities” means corporations constituted under subsection 7 (2) of the Housing Development Act as housing authorities for particular geographic areas; (“commissions locales de logement”)

“Ministry” means the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. (“ministère”)  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 2 (2).

Part iii
Provincial Policies and Local Plans — Part II of the Act

Housing and Homelessness Plans

Housing and homelessness plans, requirements, s. 6 (4) of the Act

3. (1) The requirements in this section are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 6 (4) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 3 (1).

(2) A plan must include the following with respect to each of the housing needs described in subsection (3):

1. An assessment of the current and future housing need within the service manager’s service area.

2. Objectives and targets relating to the housing need.

3. A description of the measures proposed to meet the objectives and targets.

4. A description of how progress towards meeting the objectives and targets will be measured.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 3 (2).

(3) The following are the housing needs referred to in subsection (2):

1. The need for housing for victims of domestic violence.

2. The need for accessible housing for persons with disabilities.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 3 (3).

Time for initial plan, s. 6 (7) of the Act

4. January 1, 2014 is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 6 (7) of the Act, as the date by which a service manager must approve its initial plan.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 4.

Comments from Minister, s. 8 (2) of the Act

5. The period of time ending 90 days after the day the Minister receives a copy of the proposed plan under subsection 8 (1) of the Act is prescribed for the purposes of subsection 8 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 5.

Part iv
Service Managers — Part III of the Act

Service managers and service areas, s. 11 of the Act

6. (1) The municipalities and district social services administration boards set out in Column 1 of Schedule 2 are designated as service managers under subsection 11 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 6 (1).

(2) The area described in Column 2 of Schedule 2 for a service manager is specified as the service area for that service manager under subsection 11 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 6 (2).

(3) For greater certainty, a reference in Column 2 of Schedule 2 to a municipality is a reference to the territory of that municipality.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 6 (3).

Directions of dssab service manager re debentures, s. 16 (2) of the Act

7. The municipalities set out in the following Table are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 16 (2) of the Act, for the corresponding dssab service manager set out in the Table.

TABLE

 

Item

dssab service manager

Prescribed municipalities

1.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

Town of Kapuskasing

2.

Kenora District Services Board

City of Dryden

3.

Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board

Town of Espanola

4.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

City of Thunder Bay

O. Reg. 367/11, s. 7.

English and French services, s. 18 (2) of the Act

8. The housing providers set out in the following Table are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 18 (2) of the Act, for the corresponding service manager set out in the Table.

TABLE

 

Item

Service Manager

Housing providers

1.

City of Greater Sudbury

La Ruche de Coniston

2.

United Counties of Prescott and Russell

Longueuil/L’Orignal Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

 

 

Centre d’accueil Roger Séguin

3.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

Habitations Suprêmes North Bay Inc.

O. Reg. 367/11, s. 8.

Periodic reports to Minister, s. 20 (1) (a) of the Act

8.1 (1) A service manager shall give the Minister a report under clause 20 (1) (a) of the Act, every year on or before June 30, with respect to the previous year. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 1.

(2) The following information is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 20 (2) of the Act, as information that must be included in the report for a year:

1. Details of,

i. the measures undertaken by the service manager to meet the objectives and targets in its housing and homelessness plan, and

ii. the progress achieved towards meeting those objectives and targets, as measured in accordance with the plan.

2. Details of how the service manager reported to the public for the same year under section 22 of the Act, as required under section 9.1 of this Regulation. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 1.

(3) The first report is due in 2015 for the 2014 year. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 1.

Periodic reports to Minister, s. 20 of the Act

9. (1) A service manager shall give the Minister a report under clause 20 (1) (b) of the Act every year on or before March 15.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 9 (1).

(2) The following information, for the reporting period, is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 20 (2) of the Act, as information that must be included in a report under clause 20 (1) (b) of the Act:

1. Information on the service manager’s compliance with requirements under the Act.

2. Aggregated financial information on the capital reserves, mortgage arrears and accumulated deficits of housing providers that operate housing projects that are subject to the service manager’s transferred housing programs.

3. Financial information on the expenditure of municipal and federal funds for housing programs.

4. Statistical information on households residing in designated housing projects and households receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 9 (2).

(3) In subsection (2),

“reporting period”, in relation to a report due on or before March 15 of a year, means the preceding January 1 to December 31 year.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 9 (3).

(4) The first report under clause 20 (1) (b) of the Act is due in 2013 for the 2012 year.  However, section 20 of the former Act continues to apply to a service manager until the service manager makes a report under that section for the 2011 year.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 9 (4).

Reporting to public, s. 22 of the Act

9.1 (1) A service manager shall report to the public under section 22 of the Act, every year on or before June 30, with respect to the previous year. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 2.

(2) In reporting to the public, the service manager shall make the following information available to the public:

1. Details of,

i. the measures undertaken by the service manager to meet the objectives and targets in its housing and homelessness plan, and

ii. the progress achieved towards meeting those objectives and targets, as measured in accordance with the plan. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 2.

(3) The first report to the public shall be made in 2015 for the 2014 year. O. Reg. 317/13, s. 2.

Part V
Local Housing Corporations — Part IV of the Act

Definition

Definition

10. In this Part,

“program 1 (a) housing project” means a housing project that is subject to the housing program with the program category number 1 (a) in Schedule 1.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 10.

General

Rules governing operation, s. 27 (1) (a) of the Act

11. (1) The following rules are prescribed for the purposes of clause 27 (1) (a) of the Act:

1. A local housing corporation shall make the payments it is required to make under any mortgage transferred to the corporation by a transfer order under Part IV of the former Act.

2. A local housing corporation shall,

i. maintain accurate records and accounts,

ii. establish and follow a schedule governing the retention and disposal of records,

iii. give the related service manager and agents designated by the related service manager access, at all reasonable times, to the corporation’s records, and

iv. submit reports to the related service manager at the times and containing the information specified by the related service manager.

3. A local housing corporation shall, on or before the date specified by the related service manager, submit a proposed budget to the related service manager for the following calendar year containing such information as the service manager specifies.

4. A local housing corporation shall, at the times specified by the related service manager, submit a capital plan for the housing projects owned by the local housing corporation and the capital plan must extend beyond the following calendar year.

5. A local housing corporation shall reduce the number of modified units as defined in subsection 41 (2) of the Act in a program 1 (a) housing project only with the service manager’s written permission.

6. The rules in this subsection apply to an entity described in paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection 30 (1) of the Act that owns a housing project that was previously transferred to a local housing corporation by a transfer order under Part IV of the former Act, but the rules apply to the entity,

i. only in respect of the housing project, and

ii. only with respect to the period of time in which the entity owns the housing project.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 11 (1).

(2) A rule made by the related service manager may vary the application of paragraph 3, 4 or 5 of subsection (1) or provide that any of those paragraphs do not apply, but such a rule does not apply to the local housing corporation or entity to which the rule would apply until the local housing corporation or entity has received written notice of the rule from the related service manager.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 11 (2).

Subsidy from related service manager, s. 28 of the Act

12. (1) The subsidy required under subsection 28 (1) of the Act must include sufficient funding to enable the local housing corporation,

(a) to maintain the program 1 (a) housing projects owned by the corporation in a satisfactory state of repair and fit for occupancy;

(b) to make the housing in the program 1 (a) housing projects owned by the corporation available to eligible households; and

(c) to make the payments the corporation is required to make under any mortgage transferred to the corporation by a transfer order under Part IV of the former Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 12 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) applies, with necessary modifications, to a subsidy to which an entity is entitled under subsection 28 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 12 (2).

Restriction on Certain Corporate Changes

Share issue — restriction, s. 32 (b) of the Act

13. The following requirement is prescribed for the purposes of clause 32 (b) of the Act:

1. The local housing corporation must still be a local housing corporation under section 30 of the Act after the shares are issued.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 13.

Share transfer, etc. — restriction, s. 33 (1) (b) of the Act

14. The following requirements are prescribed for the purposes of clause 33 (1) (b) of the Act:

1. For a transfer, the local housing corporation must still be a local housing corporation under section 30 of the Act after the transfer is made.

2. For an encumbrance,

i. the encumbrance must be in favour of an entity or corporation listed in subsection 30 (1) of the Act, and

ii. the encumbrance must not be transferrable, except to another entity or corporation listed in subsection 30 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 14.

Amalgamation — restriction, s. 34 (b) of the Act

15. The following requirement is prescribed for the purposes of clause 34 (b) of the Act:

1. The corporation that will result from the amalgamation must be a local housing corporation under section 30 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 15.

Voluntary wind-up or dissolution — restriction, s. 35 (b) of the Act

16. The following requirement is prescribed for the purposes of clause 35 (b) of the Act:

1. When steps were first taken to wind-up or dissolve the corporation the corporation must not have owned any real property that was transferred under a transfer order under Part IV of the former Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 16.

Part VI
Rent-Geared-To-Income Assistance and Special Needs Housing — Part V of the Act

Definition

Housing providers that are special needs housing administrators, s. 38 of the Act

17. For the purposes of clause (b) of the definition of “special needs housing administrator” in section 38 of the Act, a housing provider set out in Schedule 3 is the special needs housing administrator for the housing projects it operates in the service area of the corresponding service manager set out in the Schedule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 17.

Application of Part of Act

Programs prescribed for application of Part, s. 39 (1) of the Act

18. The transferred housing programs with program category numbers of 1 (a), 1 (b), 2 (a), 2 (b), 6 (a) and 6 (b) in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 39 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 18.

Minimum Service Levels

Service levels, rent-geared-to-income assistance, s. 40 (1) of the Act

19. For each service manager set out in Schedule 4,

(a) the number in column 2 is prescribed for the purposes of clause 40 (1) (a) of the Act; and

(b) the number in column 3 is prescribed for the purposes of 40 (1) (b) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 19.

Households not included to meet service levels, s. 40 (2) of the Act

20. The transferred housing programs with program category numbers of 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8 in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 40 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 20.

Programs prescribed for application of Part, s. 41 of the Act

21. The transferred housing programs with program category numbers of 1 (a), 1 (b), 2 (a), 2 (b), 6 (a) and 6 (b) in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of section 41 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 21.

Service levels, modified units, par. 1 of s. 41 (1) of the Act

22. For each service manager set out in Schedule 4, the number in column 4 is prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 41 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 22.

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance – Eligibility Rules

Provincial eligibility rules, par. 1 of s. 42 (1) of the Act

23. The rules in sections 24 to 32 are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 42 (1) of the Act, as provincial eligibility rules for determining eligibility for rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 23.

Basic requirements — age, independence and citizenship, etc.

24. (1) For a household to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance,

(a) at least one member of the household must be 16 years old or older and able to live independently; and

(b) each member of the household must meet at least one of the following criteria:

(i) the member is a Canadian citizen,

(ii) the member has made an application for status as a permanent resident under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada), or

(iii) the member has made a claim for refugee protection under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 24 (1).

(2) For the purposes of clause (1) (a), an individual is able to live independently if he or she can carry out the normal essential activities of day-to-day living, either on his or her own or with the aid of support services that the individual demonstrates will be provided when required.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 24 (2).

Ineligibility — removal order

25. A household is ineligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if a removal order has become enforceable under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) against any member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 25.

Ineligibility — amounts owed by household

26. (1) A household is ineligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if a member of the household owes, with respect to a previous tenancy in any housing project under any transferred housing program,

(a) arrears of rent;

(b) an amount required by a service manager under section 56 of the Act or section 86 of the former Act; or

(c) an amount for damage caused by a current member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 26 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to arrears or an amount owed by a member of the household if,

(a) the service manager is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances; or

(b) a member of the household has entered into an agreement, or made reasonable efforts to enter into an agreement, with the person to whom the arrears or amount is owed for the payment of the arrears or amount and the service manager is satisfied that the member is making or intends to make all reasonable efforts to repay the arrears or amount.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 26 (2).

(3) The arrears or amount owed by a member of the household is deemed, for the purposes of clause (2) (b), to be one-half of the actual arrears or amount owed if,

(a) a request has been made for the household to be included in the special priority household category and the request would be or has been granted; and

(b) the arrears or amount is owed with respect to a unit of which the member and the abusing individual were joint tenants.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 26 (3).

Cessation of eligibility — initial eligibility requirements

27. For greater certainty, a household that has been determined to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance ceases to be eligible if,

(a) the household is no longer eligible under section 24; or

(b) the household becomes ineligible under section 25 or 26.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 27.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to notify of changes

28. (1) A household ceases to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if the household fails to notify the service manager, in accordance with this section, of a change described in subsection (2).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (1).

(2) The change referred to in subsection (1) is a change to any information or document that the household previously provided to the service manager and that the household was required to provide for the purposes of determining the household’s eligibility or continued eligibility for rent-geared-to-income assistance or for the purposes of determining the amount of rent payable by the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (2).

(3) Subject to subsection (4), a notification of a change must be given to the service manager within 30 days after the change or within such longer period after the change as the service manager may establish.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (3).

(4) The service manager may extend the period of time for notifying the service manager, either before or after the period has expired.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (4).

(5) The household shall notify the service manager,

(a) for a change to a document, by providing a copy of the changed document; and

(b) for a change to information, by providing a notice setting out the change.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (5).

(6) This section does not apply to a household occupying a unit provided by a housing provider under its mandate under section 76 of the Act to provide housing to households that are homeless or hard to house if the housing provider informs the service manager that the housing provider is of the view that requiring the household to comply with this section would be inappropriate in the circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (6).

(7) Despite subsection (1), the service manager may determine that the household remains eligible if the service manager is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 28 (7).

Cessation of eligibility — failure to provide information

29. (1) A household that has been determined to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance ceases to be eligible if the household fails to provide information requested by the service manager for the purposes of,

(a) determining, under subsection 52 (1) of the Act or under a rule under paragraph 6 of subsection 46 (1), whether the household continues to be eligible; or

(b) determining, under subsection 50 (1) of the Act, the amount of rent payable by the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 29 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), the service manager may determine that the household remains eligible if the service manager is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 29 (2).

Cessation of eligibility — 12 months of normal rent

30. A household that has been receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance ceases to be eligible for such assistance if, for a period of 12 consecutive months, the amount of rent paid by the household is the same as what the rent would be if the household were not receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 30.

Cessation of eligibility — failure to obtain income

31. (1) If the service manager is of the opinion that a member of a household that is receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance may be eligible to receive income of a type set out in subsection (2) and the member is not receiving such income, the service manager may give the household a written notice,

(a) stating that the member may be eligible to receive income of the type specified in the notice;

(b) requesting the member to apply for that income and to make reasonable efforts to do whatever is required to obtain a decision on the application and receive that income; and

(c) giving the household a reasonable period of time specified in the notice within which to inform the service manager of the results of the application.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 31 (1).

(2) The types of income referred to in subsection (1) are the following:

1. Basic financial assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997.

2. Support under the Divorce Act (Canada), the Family Law Act or the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002.

3. Unemployment benefits under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada).

4. A benefit under section 2 of the Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income Act.

5. A pension or supplement under Part I or II of the Old Age Security Act (Canada).

6. Support or maintenance resulting from an undertaking given with respect to the member under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 31 (2).

(3) A household that has been given a notice under subsection (1) ceases to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if the service manager,

(a) receives no response from the household within the period of time specified in the notice; or

(b) concludes, after receiving a response from the household, that the member has failed to make reasonable efforts to obtain income of the type specified in the notice.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 31 (3).

(4) Despite subsection (3), the service manager may determine that the household remains eligible if the service manager is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 31 (4).

Cessation of eligibility — failure to divest residential property

32. (1) A household that is receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance ceases to be eligible for such assistance unless each member of the household who has a legal or beneficial interest in a freehold or leasehold estate in residential property located in or outside Ontario that is suitable for year-round occupancy divests himself or herself of his or her interest in the property and gives written verification of the divestment to the service manager.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 32 (1).

(2) The divestment must occur and the verification of the divestment must be given,

(a) within 180 days after the first day of the month for which the household begins to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance, if the member has the interest in the property at the time the household begins to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance; or

(b) within 180 days after the first day of the month in which the member acquires the interest in the property, if the member acquires the interest in the property after the household begins to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 32 (2).

(3) The service manager may extend the time for the divestment and verification of the divestment for such period of time as the service manager considers appropriate, if the service manager is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds to do so.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 32 (3).

(4) If the household was included in the special priority household category at the time the household began to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance and the interest in the property is held jointly by a member of the household and the abusing individual, and if the member notifies the service manager that he or she believes that the divestment or the taking of steps to effect the divestment would place the member or any other member of the household at risk of abuse from the abusing individual, the service manager shall extend the time for the divestment and verification of the divestment for such period of time as the service manager considers appropriate.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 32 (4).

(5) In this section,

“residential property” means,

(a) in the case of a property that is used for residential purposes, all or part of the property, or

(b) in the case of a property part of which is used for residential purposes and part of which is used for other purposes, the part that is used for residential purposes.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 32 (5).

Local eligibility rules — limits and requirements, s. 42 (2) and (3) of the Act

33. (1) The matters on which a service manager may make a local eligibility rule under sections 34 to 39 are prescribed as matters for the purposes of subsection 42 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 33 (1).

(2) The requirements under sections 34 to 41 are prescribed as requirements for the purposes of subsection 42 (3) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 33 (2).

Local rule — maximum household income

34. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule requiring, for a household to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance, that the income of the household not exceed a specified maximum income.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 34 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule must provide that,

(a) the income of the household is the total income of the members of the household for a 12-month period specified by the service manager; and

(b) the income of the members of the household is the sum of all payments made to, on behalf of, or for the benefit of, the members other than payments that are excluded under the local eligibility rule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 34 (2).

(3) The local eligibility rule may provide for different maximum incomes for units of different types and sizes and for units in different parts of the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 34 (3).

(4) The maximum income for a unit specified in the local eligibility rule must be at least the household income limit prescribed, under Ontario Regulation 370/11 (High Needs Households and Household Income Limits – Subsection 40 (4) of the Act) made under the Act, for such a unit.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 34 (4).

Local rule — maximum household assets

35. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule requiring, for a household to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance, that the value of the assets of the household not exceed a specified maximum value.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule must provide that the value of the assets of the household is the total value of the assets of the members of the household other than assets that are excluded under the local eligibility rule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (2).

(3) The local eligibility rule may provide for different maximum values for units of different types and sizes and for units in different parts of the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (3).

(4) The maximum value specified in the local eligibility rule must be at least $20,000.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (4).

(5) Without limiting what else the local eligibility rule may exclude, the local eligibility rule must exclude the following from the value of the assets of the household:

1. The value of the interest of a member of the household in a motor vehicle that is not used primarily for the operation of a business by a member of the household, subject to subsection (6).

2. The value of tools of a trade that are essential to the work of a member of the household as an employee.

3. The value of assets of a member of the household that are necessary to the operation of a business that the member operates or has an interest in, subject to subsection (7).

4. The value of a prepaid funeral.

5. The cash surrender value of a life insurance policy, subject to subsection (8).

6. The proceeds of a loan taken against a life insurance policy that will be used for disability-related items or services.

7. If a member of the household has received a payment under the Ministry of Community and Social Services Act for the successful participation in a program of activities described in paragraph 9 of section 26 of Ontario Regulation 134/98 (General) made under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, the value of any portion of that payment that, within a time that is reasonable in the opinion of the service manager, will be used for the member’s post-secondary education.

8. The value of funds held in a Registered Education Savings Plan, as defined in section 146.1 of the Income Tax Act (Canada), for a child of a member of the household.

9. The value of the clothing, jewellery and other personal effects of a member of the household.

10. The value of the furnishings in the accommodation used by the household, including decorative or artistic items, but not including anything used primarily for the operation of a business.

11. The value of the beneficial interest in a trust of a member of the household who has a disability if the capital of the trust was derived from an inheritance or from the proceeds of a life insurance policy, subject to subsection (9).

12. The value of funds held in a Registered Disability Savings Plan, as defined in section 146.4 of the Income Tax Act (Canada), if the beneficiary of the plan is a member of the household.

13. The value of funds held in an account of a member of the household in conjunction with an initiative under which the service manager or an entity approved by the service manager commits to contribute funds towards the member’s savings goals.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (5).

(6) Under paragraph 1 of subsection (5), the local eligibility rule is only required to exclude an interest of a member in a single vehicle, not in any other vehicle that member has an interest in.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (6).

(7) Under paragraph 3 of subsection (5), the local eligibility rule is only required to exclude,

(a) the value of assets of a member of the household, up to a maximum of $20,000 for that member; and

(b) the value of assets necessary to the operation of a business, up to a maximum of $20,000 for that business.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (7).

(8) Under paragraph 5 of subsection (5), the local eligibility rule is only required to exclude the cash surrender value of life insurance policies up to a maximum value of $100,000 for the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (8).

(9) Under paragraph 11 of subsection (5), the local eligibility rule is only required to exclude the value of beneficial interests of a member of the household up to a maximum value of $100,000 for that member.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 35 (9).

Local rule — certain convictions

36. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule providing that a household is ineligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if a member of the household has been convicted of,

(a) an offence under section 55 of the Act or section 85 of the former Act; or

(b) a crime under the Criminal Code (Canada) in relation to the receipt of rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 36 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule must not provide for a household to be ineligible in respect of a conviction that occurred more than two years before the determination of ineligibility.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 36 (2).

Local rule — maximum absence from unit

37. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule providing for a household to cease to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if all the members of the household are absent from the unit for which the household receives rent-geared-to-income assistance for more than the maximum number of days specified in the local eligibility rule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 37 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule may provide for a maximum number of consecutive days, for a maximum number of days in a year or for both.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 37 (2).

(3) The maximum number of consecutive days specified in the local eligibility rule must be at least 60 consecutive days.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 37 (3).

(4) The maximum number of days in a year specified in the local eligibility rule must be at least 90 days.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 37 (4).

(5) The local eligibility rule must provide that a member of the household who is absent for medical reasons is deemed to not be absent.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 37 (5).

Local rule — ceasing to meet occupancy standards

38. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule providing for a household to cease to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if the household occupies a unit that is larger than the largest size permissible under the service manager’s occupancy standards.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 38 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule must provide that a household does not cease to be eligible until at least a year after the household has been notified, by the service manager, that the household occupies a unit that is larger than the largest size permissible under the service manager’s occupancy standards.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 38 (2).

(3) The local eligibility rule must provide that the household does not cease to be eligible if the household is following the process, specified in the rule or by the service manager, to be transferred to a unit that is permissible under the service manager’s occupancy standards.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 38 (3).

Local rule — refusal of offers

39. (1) A service manager may make a local eligibility rule providing for a household to cease to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance if the household refuses the specified number of offers of rent-geared-to-income assistance in a unit in the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 39 (1).

(2) The local eligibility rule may provide for circumstances in which a refusal is not counted for the purposes of the rule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 39 (2).

(3) The number of offers specified in the local eligibility rule must be at least three.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 39 (3).

Local rules — no residency criteria

40. A local eligibility rule may not treat a household differently from other households because the household resides, or at any time in the past did reside, outside the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 40.

Local rules — no distinction based on duration of assistance

41. A local eligibility rule may not treat a household receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance differently from other such households because of how long the household has received such assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 41.

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Occupancy Standards

Occupancy standards requirements, s. 43 (2) of the Act

42. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 43 (2) of the Act, as requirements that occupancy standards under subsection 43 (1) of the Act must comply with:

1. The standards must provide for the household to be permitted a larger unit than would otherwise be permitted if a larger unit is reasonably necessary due to a disability or medical condition of a member of the household.

2. The standards must treat a child of a member of a household as a member of the household, for the purposes of the occupancy standards, if the child,

i. is in attendance at a recognized educational institution and, while in attendance, does not live with the household,

ii. lives with the household while not attending that educational institution, and

iii. is dependent, in whole or in part, on the household for financial support.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 42 (1).

(2) In subparagraph 2 i of subsection (1),

“recognized educational institution” means any of the following or a similar institution outside Ontario:

1. A school, as defined in the Education Act.

2. A university.

3. A college of applied arts and technology established under the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002.

4. A private career college, as defined in the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

5. A private school, as defined in the Education Act, for which a notice of intention to operate has been submitted to the Ministry of Education in accordance with that Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 42 (2).

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Application and Determination

Limitations on what can be required in applications, s. 44 (3) of the Act

43. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 44 (3) of the Act, as limitations on what a service manager may require under clause 44 (2) (b) of the Act:

1. The service manager shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the service manager is satisfied that the person is unable to do so.

2. The service manager shall not require information or documents with respect to an application for assistance in housing provided by a housing provider under its mandate under section 76 of the Act to provide housing to households that are homeless or hard to house if the housing provider informs the service manager that the housing provider is of the view that requiring the information or documents would be inappropriate in the circumstances.

3. The service manager shall not require information or documents with respect to an application that includes a request for inclusion in the special priority household category if the member of the household making the request believes that he or she or any other member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if he or she attempts to obtain the information or documents.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 43.

Determination of eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 45 (2) of the Act

44. The following requirements are prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 45 (2) of the Act:

1. If the service manager determines that an application is not complete, the service manager shall notify the household, without delay, of what is necessary to complete the application.

2. If an application includes a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the service manager shall, under paragraph 1, notify only the member of the household who made the application but not any other member of the household.

3. Once an application is complete, the service manager shall determine, without delay, whether the household is eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance.

4. For applications that include a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the service manager shall determine, within 14 days after the application is complete, whether the request would be granted and, if it would be, the service manager shall also determine, within 14 days after the application is complete, whether the household is eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 44.

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Selection System

System for selecting waiting households, requirements, s. 47 (3) of the Act

45. The requirements in sections 46 to 51 are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 47 (3) of the Act, as requirements for the service manager’s system for selecting households from those waiting for rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 45.

System requirements — centralized waiting list

46. (1) A service manager’s system for selecting households must include a centralized waiting list for the service area and the system must include rules that provide for the following:

1. A household shall be added to the list upon the service manager determining that the household is eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance.

2. A household shall also be added to the list if the household,

i. is occupying a unit in the service area,

ii. is receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance, and

iii. has applied to be added to the list because the household wishes to be transferred to a unit of a different housing provider.

3. An application under subparagraph 2 iii shall be made to the service manager and must include the information and documents required by the service manager and must be in a form authorized by the service manager.

4. A household shall be removed from the list if,

i. the household requests to be removed,

ii. the household ceases to be eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance, or

iii. the household has accepted an offer of rent-geared-to-income assistance within the service area.

5. Subparagraph 4 iii does not apply to the acceptance of,

i. an offer of emergency shelter, or

ii. an offer of temporary housing that is provided while one or more members of the household are receiving treatment or counselling.

6. For each household on the list, the service manager shall determine, at least once in every 24-month period after the household was added to the list, whether the household is still eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance.

7. If a household so requests, the service manager may temporarily remove a household from the list for a period of time agreed upon by the service manager and the household.

8. The service manager shall reinstate a household temporarily removed from the list under paragraph 7 if,

i. the period of time, referred to in paragraph 7, has expired, or

ii. the household requests to be reinstated.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 46 (1).

(2) The service manager shall ensure that the households that were on the centralized waiting list maintained under the former Act immediately before the coming into force of this section are on the initial centralized waiting list required under this section.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 46 (2).

System requirements — selection of RGI households for vacant units

47. (1) A service manager’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following in relation to the selection, for a vacant unit, of a household that will be receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance:

1. Except as provided under paragraphs 5 and 7, the household shall be selected,

i. from the centralized waiting list required under section 46, and

ii. in accordance with the service manager’s determination of priority under section 48 of the Act.

2. For the purposes of paragraph 1, the selection of a household in accordance with the service manager’s determination of priority under section 48 of the Act shall be made using one of the following methods, as determined under the service manager’s system for selecting households:

i. by selecting the highest priority household from among the relevant households, or

ii. after information about the vacancy has been made available to the relevant households, by selecting the highest priority household from among the relevant households that express interest within the specified time period.

3. If the method under subparagraph 2 i is used, a household with a lower priority may be selected if every other relevant household with a higher priority has been given an offer but has not accepted within a reasonable time.

4. If the method under subparagraph 2 ii is used, a household with a lower priority may be selected if every other relevant household with a higher priority that expressed interest within the specified time period has been given an offer but has not accepted within a reasonable time.

5. The housing provider may select a household, regardless of whether or not the household is on the centralized waiting list required under section 46, if the household,

i. occupies another unit operated by the housing provider in the service area,

ii. is already receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance, and

iii. has requested a transfer to another unit operated by the housing provider in the service area.

6. In selecting a household under paragraph 5, the housing provider shall give a household in the special priority household category priority over a household that is not in the special priority household category.

7. If the rules so provide, the housing provider may select a household if,

i. the household occupies a unit in another service area,

ii. the household is already receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance,

iii. the household has requested a transfer to a unit in the service manager’s service area,

iv. the service manager has determined that the household is eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance, and

v. the selection is part of an exchange arrangement under which households receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance in different service areas will move between service areas.

8. A household may be selected only if the vacant unit is of a size and type that is permissible for the household under section 46 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 47 (1).

(2) In subsection (1),

“relevant household” means, in relation to a vacant unit, a household that has expressed a preference for the housing project where the unit is located and for whom the size and type of the vacant unit is permissible under section 46 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 47 (2).

(3) For greater certainty, section 48 of the Act does not apply with respect to a selection described in paragraph 5 or 7 of subsection (1).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 47 (3).

System requirements — selection of already accommodated households

48. A service manager’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following:

1. The housing provider may, with the approval of the service manager, select a household that already occupies a unit in a designated housing project as a household to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance.

2. A selection under paragraph 1 shall be made, in accordance with the service manager’s determination of priority under section 48 of the Act, from among the households that are on the centralized waiting list required under section 46 and that already occupy units in the housing project.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 48.

System requirements — alternative housing provider

49. (1) A service manager’s system for selecting households must provide for the rules described in subsection (2) to not apply to an alternative housing unit if the alternative housing provider agrees.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 49 (1).

(2) The rules referred to in subsection (1) are the rules under the following provisions:

1. Subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 47 (1).

2. Paragraphs 2 to 4 of subsection 47 (1).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 49 (2); O. Reg. 31/12, s. 1.

(3) In this section,

“alternative housing provider” means a housing provider that has a mandate, under section 76 of the Act, to provide housing to households that are homeless or hard to house; (“fournisseur de logements aux ménages non conventionnels”)

“alternative housing unit” means a unit in a housing project operated by an alternative housing provider that is made available to households that are homeless or hard to house. (“logement pour ménages non conventionnel”)  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 49 (3).

System requirements — refusals by housing provider

50. (1) A service manager’s system for selecting households must include rules that permit a housing provider, despite any other rule, to not offer a household a unit in a housing project described in subsection (2), in any of the following circumstances:

1. The housing provider has a mandate under section 76 of the Act and offering the unit to the household would be contrary to that mandate.

2. The housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe, based on the household’s rental history, that the household may fail to fulfil its obligations to pay rent for the unit in the amount and at the times the rent is due.

3. The housing provider is a non-profit housing co-operative and the household does not agree to accept its responsibilities as a member of the housing provider or the housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe that the household will not accept or will be unable to accept those responsibilities.

4. The unit is one in which individuals will reside in a shared living situation and the housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe that it is unreasonable for the household to reside in the shared accommodation.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 50 (1).

(2) A housing project referred to in subsection (1) is a designated housing project to which the housing program with the program category number 1 (a), 1 (b), 6 (a) or 6 (b) in Schedule 1 applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 50 (2); O. Reg. 31/12, s. 2.

(3) The service manager’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following if a housing provider refuses, under a rule under subsection (1), to make an offer to a household that it would otherwise have been required to make:

1. The housing provider shall notify the household of the refusal.

2. If the household so requests, the housing provider shall review the decision to refuse to make the offer.

3. The rules under paragraphs 1 and 2 apply only to the first refusal by a housing provider to make an offer to a household and not to subsequent refusals by the housing provider with respect to the same household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 50 (3).

System requirements — rules for special needs housing

51. A service manager’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following in relation to special needs housing:

1. None of the rules under section 47 to 50 shall apply with respect to special needs housing.

2. A household in special needs housing shall be selected for rent-geared-to-income assistance upon the service manager determining that the household is eligible for rent-geared-to-income assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 51.

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Priority Rules

Provincial priority rules, par. 1 of s. 48 (2) of the Act

52. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 48 (2) of the Act, as provincial priority rules:

1. A household in the special priority household category has priority over a household that is not in the special priority household category.

2. The priority of households in the special priority household category is determined by the date a household requested to be included in the category, with a household with an earlier date having priority over a household with a later date.

3. Unless a service manager’s priority rule provides otherwise in accordance with subsection (2), the priority of households that are not in the special priority household category is determined by the following dates, with a household with an earlier date having priority over a household with a later date:

i. the date a household’s application for rent-geared-to-income assistance was complete, or

ii. in the case of a household that is already receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance but has applied to be added to the centralized waiting list required under section 46 because the household wishes to be transferred to a unit of a different housing provider, the date the household made that application.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 52 (1).

(2) A service manager’s priority rule may provide for a different result from the result under paragraph 3 of subsection (1) but only if that priority rule provides that the amount of time a household has been on the centralized waiting list required under section 46 is a factor in determining the relative priorities of households that are not in the special priority household category.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 52 (2).

Special priority household category, par. 1 of s. 48 (2) of the Act

53. The rules in sections 54 to 58 are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 48 (2) of the Act, as provincial priority rules for determining if a household is in the special priority household category.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 53.

Special priority household category — eligibility

54. (1) A household is eligible to be included in the special priority household category if,

(a) a member of the household has been abused by another individual;

(b) the abusing individual is or was living with the abused member or is sponsoring the abused member as an immigrant; and

(c) the abused member intends to live permanently apart from the abusing individual.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 54 (1).

(2) If the abused member and the abusing individual used to live together but no longer do, the household is not eligible to be included in the special priority household category unless one of the following requirements is satisfied:

1. The request to be included in the special priority household category was made within three months after the abused member and the abusing individual ceased to live together.

2. The service manager is satisfied that the abuse is ongoing at the time the request to be included in the special priority household category was made.

3. The service manager determines that it is appropriate to include the household in the special priority household category despite the request to be included not being made within the time limit set out in paragraph 1.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 54 (2).

(3) In making a determination under paragraph 3 of subsection (2), a service manager shall consider whether,

(a) any member of the household knew that he or she could request to be included in the special priority household category;

(b) any member of the household knew of the need to submit a request within the time limit set out in paragraph 1 of subsection (2);

(c) the abused member is at risk of further abuse from the abusing individual;

(d) the abused member is at risk of resuming living with the abusing individual due to financial hardship which could be alleviated by the provision of rent-geared-to-income assistance;

(e) the abused member is in need of rent-geared-to-income assistance to alleviate financial hardship arising from legal proceedings in relation to the previous abuse;

(f) the abused member is attempting to use the provision of rent-geared-to-income assistance as part of an overall program of recovery and re-establishment of a safe and normal life;

(g) the abused member is,

(i) living in an emergency shelter, or

(ii) living in temporary housing and receiving treatment or counselling; or

(h) there are any other extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 54 (3).

Special priority household category — limit on reconsideration

55. (1) After a service manager determines that a household should be included in the special priority household category, the service manager shall not reconsider whether the household should be included in that category except as provided for under subsection (2).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 55 (1).

(2) A service manager may determine that a household is no longer included in the special priority household category if,

(a) the member who made the request to be included in the special priority household category,

(i) notifies the service manager that he or she wants the abusing individual to be part of the member’s household for the purposes of the member’s application for rent-geared-to-income assistance, or

(ii) notifies the service manager that the abusing individual is deceased; or

(b) the household accepts an offer of rent-geared-to-income assistance, whether or not that offer comes from a housing provider within the service area of the service manager.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 55 (2).

Special priority household category — request requirements

56. The following apply to a request to be included in the special priority household category:

1. The request must be in writing.

2. The request must be made by a member of the household who is 16 years old or older.

3. The request must include a written consent from the abused member or a person authorized to consent on the abused member’s behalf, consenting to the disclosure to the service manager of information and documents required by the service manager to verify the requirement under clause 54 (1) (a).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 56.

Special priority household category — restrictions on requiring information and documents

57. The following are restrictions on the information and documents that a service manager can require to determine whether a household should be included in the special priority household category:

1. The service manager shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the service manager is satisfied that the person is unable to do so.

2. The service manager shall not require a member of the household to provide information or documents if the member believes that the member or any other member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if the member attempts to obtain the information or documents.

3. The service manager shall not require information as to whether the member making the request for the household to be included in the special priority household category or the abused member has commenced legal proceedings against the abusing individual and shall not require information or documents relating to such proceedings.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 57.

Special priority household category — verifying there has been abuse

58. (1) A record that complies with the requirements of this section shall be conclusive proof that the requirement in clause 54 (1) (a), that the member has been abused by another individual, is satisfied and that requirement may not be verified by any other method.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 58 (1).

(2) The record must be one of the following:

1. A record of intervention by the police indicating that the member was abused by the abusing individual.

2. A record of physical injury caused to the member by the abusing individual.

3. A record of the application of force by the abusing individual against the member to force the member to engage in sexual activity against his or her will.

4. A record of one or more attempts to kill the member or another member of the household.

5. A record of the use of a weapon against the member or another member of the household.

6. A record of one or more incidents of abuse, including the following:

i. Threatening to kill the member or another member of the household.

ii. Threatening to use a weapon against the member or another member of the household.

iii. Threatening to physically harm the member or another member of the household.

iv. Destroying or injuring or threatening to destroy or injure the member’s property.

v. Intentionally killing or injuring pets or threatening to kill or injure pets.

vi. Threatening to harm or remove the member’s children from the household.

vii. Threatening to prevent the member from having access to his or her children.

viii. Forcing the member to perform degrading or humiliating acts.

ix. Terrorizing the member.

x. Enforcing social isolation upon the member.

xi. Failing to provide or withholding the necessities of life.

xii. Threatening to withdraw from sponsoring the member as an immigrant.

xiii. Threatening to take action that might lead to the member being deported.

xiv. Other words, actions, or gestures that threaten the member or lead the member to fear for his or her safety.

7. A record of undue or unwarranted control by the abusing individual over the member’s personal or financial activities.

8. A record of one or more incidents of stalking or harassing behaviour against the member or another member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 58 (2).

(3) The record must be in writing unless the service manager is satisfied that,

(a) a member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if any member of the household attempts to obtain the record in writing;

(b) the person preparing the record will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if the person produces the record in writing; or

(c) a written record should not be required because of extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 58 (3).

(4) The record must be,

(a) prepared, in his or her professional capacity, by a person described in subsection (5); or

(b) prepared by a person who is familiar with the abuse if the record is accompanied, if required by the service manager, by a declaration of the truth of the record administered by a commissioner for taking affidavits.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 58 (4).

(5) The persons referred to in clause (4) (a) are the following:

1. A doctor.

2. A registered nurse or a registered practical nurse.

3. A lawyer.

4. A law enforcement officer.

5. A minister of religion authorized under provincial law to perform marriages.

6. A teacher.

7. A guidance counsellor.

8. An individual in a managerial or administrative position with a housing provider.

9. An individual employed by an agency or organization to provide social support services in the community, including,

i. an individual employed by a community health centre to provide health and health promotion education and information and to administer health and health promotion programs,

ii. an individual who performs the role of social worker within the meaning of section 2 of Ontario Regulation 383/00 (Registration) made under the Social Work and Social Service Work Act, 1998,

iii. an individual who performs the role of social service worker within the meaning of section 2 of Ontario Regulation 383/00 (Registration) made under the Social Work and Social Service Work Act, 1998,

iv. an individual employed to provide support initiatives for victims of crime and disaster,

v. an individual employed to assist individuals coming to Ontario to settle in, adapt to and be integrated into the community,

vi. an individual employed by an agency or organization to assist individuals for whom the agency or organization provides accommodation in an emergency or transitional shelter because of homelessness or abuse, and

vii. an individual employed by a community legal clinic that provides legal aid services in the area of clinic law, within the meaning of section 2 of the Legal Aid Services Act, 1998.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 58 (5).

Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance — Miscellaneous

Review of continued eligibility, timing of reviews, s. 52 (1) of the Act

59. (1) For the purposes of subsection 52 (1) of the Act,

(a) the periodic basis referred to in that subsection is once in every 12-month period after the household began to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance; and

(b) the other times referred to in that subsection are such other times as the service manager considers appropriate.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 59 (1).

(2) If a household was already receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance when this section came into force the following apply:

1. The 12-month periods referred to in clause (1) (a) shall begin on the anniversary of the day the household began to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance under the former Act.

2. If no determination was made for the household under subsection 11 (2) of Ontario Regulation 298/01 (Rent-Geared-To-Income Assistance and Special Needs Housing) made under the former Act in the 12-month period before the beginning of the first 12-month period under paragraph 1, a determination under subsection 52 (1) of the Act shall be made before the beginning of that first 12-month period.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 59 (2).

Review of continued eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 52 (3) of the Act

60. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 52 (3) of the Act, as requirements for how a service manager’s determination under subsection 52 (1) of the Act shall be made:

1. The service manager shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the service manager is satisfied that the person is unable to do so.

2. The service manager shall not require information or documents with respect to housing provided by a housing provider under its mandate under section 76 of the Act to provide housing to households that are homeless or hard to house if the housing provider informs the service manager that the housing provider is of the view that requiring the information or documents would be inappropriate in the circumstances.

3. The service manager shall not require information or documents with respect to a household that was in the special priority household category when the household began to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance if a member of the household believes that he or she or any other member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if he or she attempts to obtain the information or documents.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 60.

Notice of certain decisions, requirements, s. 53 (1) of the Act

61. (1) The requirements in this section apply with respect to a notice under subsection 53 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 61 (1).

(2) The notice of a decision shall be given within seven business days after the decision is made or within such other time period after the decision is made as the service manager may establish.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 61 (2).

(3) The notice of a decision must include the following:

1. A statement of the date of the decision.

2. If a review of the decision may be requested under section 156 of the Act,

i. a statement that a member of the household may request a review,

ii. information about how to request a review and what the deadline is for doing so, and

iii. a statement of the reasons for the decision.

3. If a review of the decision may not be requested under section 156 of the Act, a statement that a review may not be requested.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 61 (3).

(4) If a decision relates to an application that included a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the notice of the decision shall be given to the member of the household who made the request but not to any other member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 61 (4).

Information, etc., available to public, requirements, s. 54 (1) of the Act

62. The information, documents and anything else that a service manager must make available to the public under subsection 54 (1) of the Act shall be made available,

(a) by allowing members of the public, during normal business hours, to inspect and copy them at their own expense; and

(b) by posting them on the Internet.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 62.

Information, etc., made available by housing provider, s. 54 (3) of the Act

63. (1) The information, documents and anything else that a service manager must make available to the public under subsection 54 (1) of the Act, including the information and documents prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 8 of subsection 54 (1) of the Act, are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 54 (3) of the Act, as information and documents a housing provider must make available to the public.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 63 (1).

(2) The information, documents and anything else that a housing provider must make available to the public under subsection 54 (3) of the Act shall be made available by allowing members of the public, during normal business hours, to inspect and copy them at their own expense.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 63 (2).

(3) Despite subsection (1), the only information described in paragraph 5 of subsection 54 (1) of the Act that a housing provider is required to make available to the public is information about the housing projects operated by the housing provider.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 63 (3).

Limitation on required repayment, s. 56 (2) of the Act

64. (1) Under subsection 56 (2) of the Act, a service manager may not require a household to pay a difference that was the result of an error.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 64 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to an error made by a member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 64 (2).

Limitation on recovery by rent increase, s. 56 (5) of the Act

65. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 56 (5) of the Act, as limitations on the increase of geared-to-income rent by a service manager:

1. The increase may not be more than 10 per cent of the geared-to-income rent that would otherwise be payable.

2. The service manager must give the household notice of any increase and the increase is not effective until the beginning of the second month after the month in which the notice was given.

3. The service manager must give the housing provider notice of any increase.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 65.

Powers of eligibility review officers, s. 57 (3) of the Act

66. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 57 (3) of the Act, as powers an eligibility review officer has in carrying out an investigation under subsection 57 (2) of the Act:

1. The eligibility review officer may undertake inquiries into matters that may be relevant to the investigation.

2. The eligibility review officer may enter a place if,

i. the place is open to the public,

ii. the officer enters with consent, or

iii. the officer enters under the authority of a search warrant.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 66.

Powers of family support workers, s. 58 (2) of the Act

67. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 58 (2) of the Act, as powers a family support worker has in assisting a member of a household in taking action to pursue financial support:

1. The family support worker may,

i. assist a member of a household with legal proceedings relating to financial support or undertake such legal proceedings on behalf of the member, and

ii. assist a member of a household in completing an agreement providing for financial support of a member of the household, including a domestic contract, as defined in section 51 of the Family Law Act, and in filing any such agreement in the office of the Director of the Family Responsibility Office for enforcement.

2. In carrying out powers under paragraph 1, the family support worker may,

i. undertake investigations and inquiries, and

ii. collect, use and disclose personal information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 67 (1).

(2) Nothing in this section authorizes a family support worker to do anything that the worker would be prohibited from doing under the Law Society Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 67 (2).

Special Needs Housing — Eligibility Rules

Provincial eligibility rules, s. 59 of the Act

68. The rules in sections 69 to 71 are prescribed, for the purposes of section 59 of the Act, as provincial eligibility rules for determining eligibility for special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 68.

Eligibility — requirement relating to need

69. (1) For a household to be eligible for special needs housing, at least one member of the household must require accessibility modifications or provincially funded support services in order to live independently in the community.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 69 (1).

(2) If a household with one or more members who required provincially funded support services has been determined to be eligible for special needs housing, the household does not cease to be eligible under subsection (1) because all such members no longer require those services unless all such members have permanently recovered from the condition that necessitated the provision of those services.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 69 (2).

Cessation of eligibility — failure to notify of changes

70. (1) A household ceases to be eligible for special needs housing if the household fails to notify the special needs housing administrator, in accordance with this section, of a change described in subsection (2).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (1).

(2) The change referred to in subsection (1) is a change to any information or document that the household previously provided to the special needs housing administrator and that the household was required to provide for the purposes of determining the household’s eligibility or continued eligibility for special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (2).

(3) Subject to subsection (4), a notification of a change must be given to the special needs housing administrator within 30 days after the change or within such longer period after the change as the administrator may establish.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (3).

(4) The special needs housing administrator may extend the period of time for notifying the administrator, either before or after the period has expired.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (4).

(5) The household shall notify the special needs housing administrator,

(a) for a change to a document, by providing a copy of the changed document; and

(b) for a change to information, by providing a notice setting out the change.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (5).

(6) Despite subsection (1), the special needs housing administrator may determine that the household remains eligible if the administrator is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 70 (6).

Cessation of eligibility — failure to provide information

71. (1) A household that has been determined to be eligible for special needs housing ceases to be eligible if the household fails to provide information requested by the special needs housing administrator for the purpose of determining, under subsection 65 (1) of the Act or under a rule under paragraph 5 of subsection 75 (1), whether the household continues to be eligible.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 71 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), the special needs housing administrator may determine that the household remains eligible if the administrator is satisfied that there are extenuating circumstances.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 71 (2).

Special Needs Housing — Application and Determination

Limitations on what can be required in applications, s. 60 (3) of the Act

72. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 60 (3) of the Act, as limitations on what a special needs housing administrator may require under subsection 60 (2) of the Act:

1. The administrator shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the administrator is satisfied that the person is unable to do so.

2. The administrator shall not require information or documents with respect to an application that includes a request for inclusion in the special priority household category if the member of the household making the request believes that he or she or any other member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if he or she attempts to obtain the information or documents.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 72.

Determination of eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 61 (2) of the Act

73. The following requirements are prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 61 (2) of the Act:

1. If the special needs housing administrator determines that an application is not complete, the administrator shall notify the household, without delay, of what is necessary to complete the application.

2. If an application includes a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the special needs housing administrator shall, under paragraph 1, notify only the member of the household who made the application but not any other member of the household.

3. Once an application is complete, the special needs housing administrator shall determine, without delay, whether the household is eligible for special needs housing.

4. For applications that include a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the special needs housing administrator shall determine, within 14 days after the application is complete, whether the request would be granted and, if it would be, the administrator shall also determine, within 14 days after the application is complete, whether the household is eligible for special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 73.

Special Needs Housing — Selection System

System for selecting waiting households, requirements, s. 62 (2) of the Act

74. The requirements in sections 75 to 77 are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 62 (2) of the Act, as requirements for the special needs housing administrator’s system for selecting households from those waiting for special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 74.

System requirements — waiting list

75. (1) A special needs housing administrator’s system for selecting households must include a waiting list for each housing project and the system must include rules that provide for the following:

1. Upon the administrator determining that a household is eligible for special needs housing, the household shall be added to the list for each project for which the household has indicated a preference.

2. A household shall also be added to a list if the household,

i. is occupying special needs housing in the administrator’s housing projects, and

ii. has applied to be added to the list because the household wishes to be transferred to a unit in the housing project to which the list relates.

3. An application under subparagraph 2 ii shall be made to the administrator and must include the information and documents required by the administrator and must be in a form authorized by the administrator.

4. A household shall be removed from the list if,

i. the household requests to be removed,

ii. the household ceases to be eligible for special needs housing, or

iii. the household has accepted an offer of special needs housing in the administrator’s housing projects.

5. The administrator shall determine, from time to time, whether a household that is on the list is still eligible for special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 75 (1).

(2) The special needs housing administrator shall ensure that the households that were on the special needs waiting list for a housing project maintained under the former Act immediately before the coming into force of this section are on the initial waiting list for that project required under this section.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 75 (2).

System requirements — selection of households for special needs housing

76. (1) A special needs housing administrator’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following in relation to the selection of a household for a vacant unit in a housing project:

1. The household shall be selected from the waiting list for the project required under section 75.

2. If the housing provider provides provincially funded support services in respect of the unit, the housing provider must select a household that requires those services.

3. If the unit has accessibility modifications, the housing provider must select a household that requires those modifications.

4. If the housing provider provides provincially funded support services in respect of the unit and the unit has accessibility modifications, the housing provider must select a household that requires both those services and those modifications.

5. A selection under paragraph 2, 3 or 4 shall be made, in accordance with the administrator’s determination of priority under section 63 of the Act, from among the relevant households.

6. For the purposes of paragraph 5, the selection of a household in accordance with the administrator’s determination of priority under section 63 of the Act shall be made using one of the following methods, as determined under the administrator’s system for selecting households:

i. by selecting the highest priority household from among the relevant households, or

ii. after information about the vacancy has been made available to the relevant households, by selecting the highest priority household from among the relevant households that express interest within the specified time period.

7. If the method under subparagraph 6 i is used, a household with a lower priority may be selected if every other relevant household with a higher priority has been given an offer but has not accepted within a reasonable time.

8. If the method under subparagraph 6 ii is used, a household with a lower priority may be selected if every other relevant household with a higher priority that expressed interest within the specified time period has been given an offer but has not accepted within a reasonable time.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 76 (1); O. Reg. 101/14, s. 1.

(2) In subsection (1),

“relevant household” means, in relation to a vacant unit, a household that is on the waiting list for the project required under section 75 and that can be selected under paragraph 2, 3 or 4 of subsection (1).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 76 (2).

System requirements — refusals by housing provider

77. (1) A special needs housing administrator’s system for selecting households must include rules that permit a housing provider, despite any other rule, to not offer a household a unit in any of the following circumstances:

1. The housing provider has a mandate under section 76 of the Act and offering the unit to the household would be contrary to that mandate.

2. The housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe, based on the household’s rental history, that the household may fail to fulfil its obligations to pay rent for the unit in the amount and at the times the rent is due.

3. The housing provider is a non-profit housing co-operative and the household does not agree to accept its responsibilities as a member of the housing provider or the housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe that the household will not accept or will be unable to accept those responsibilities.

4. The unit is one in which individuals will reside in a shared living situation and the housing provider has reasonable grounds to believe that it is unreasonable for the household to reside in the shared accommodation.

5. The level of support services that are provided in respect of the unit is significantly greater or significantly less than the level of support services required by the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 77 (1).

(2) The special needs housing administrator’s system for selecting households must include rules that provide for the following if a housing provider refuses, under a rule under subsection (1), to make an offer to a household that it would otherwise have been required to make:

1. The housing provider shall notify the household of the refusal.

2. If the household so requests, the housing provider shall review the decision to refuse to make the offer.

3. The rules under paragraphs 1 and 2 apply only to the first refusal by a housing provider to make an offer to a household and not to subsequent refusals by the housing provider with respect to the same household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 77 (2).

Special Needs Housing — Priority Rules

Provincial priority rules, s. 63 (2) of the Act

78. The following is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 63 (2) of the Act, as a provincial priority rule:

1. A household in the special priority household category has priority over a household that is not in the special priority household category.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 78.

Special priority household category, s. 63 (2) of the Act

79. (1) The rules in sections 54 to 58 are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 63 (2) of the Act, as provincial priority rules for determining if a household is in the special priority household category.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 79 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), sections 54 to 58 apply with the following modifications:

1. References to the service manager are deemed to be references to the special needs housing administrator.

2. References to rent-geared-to-income assistance are deemed to be references to special needs housing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 79 (2).

Special Needs Housing — Miscellaneous

Review of continued eligibility, timing of reviews, s. 65 (1) of the Act

80. (1) For the purposes of subsection 65 (1) of the Act,

(a) the periodic basis referred to in that subsection is once in every 12-month period after the household began to occupy special needs housing; and

(b) the other times referred to in that subsection are such other times as the special needs housing administrator considers appropriate.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 80 (1).

(2) If a household was already occupying special needs housing when this section came into force the following apply:

1. The 12-month periods referred to in clause (1) (a) shall begin on the anniversary of the day the household began to occupy special needs housing under the former Act.

2. If no determination was made for the household under subsection 21 (1.1) of Ontario Regulation 298/01 (Rent-Geared-To-Income Assistance and Special Needs Housing) made under the former Act in the 12-month period before the beginning of the first 12-month period under paragraph 1, a determination under subsection 65 (1) of the Act shall be made before the beginning of that first 12-month period.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 80 (2).

Review of continued eligibility, requirements, par. 2 of s. 65 (3) of the Act

81. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 65 (3) of the Act, as requirements for how a special needs housing administrator’s determination under subsection 65 (1) of the Act shall be made:

1. The administrator shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the administrator is satisfied that the person is unable to do so.

2. The administrator shall not require a person to provide information or documents if the administrator is satisfied that the information and documents previously provided are adequate to determine that the household continues to be eligible for special needs housing.

3. The administrator shall not require information or documents with respect to a household that was in the special priority household category when the household began to occupy special needs housing if a member of the household believes that he or she or any other member of the household will be at risk of being abused by the abusing individual if he or she attempts to obtain the information or documents.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 81.

Notice of certain decisions, requirements, s. 66 (1) of the Act

82. (1) The requirements in this section apply with respect to a notice under subsection 66 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 82 (1).

(2) The notice of a decision shall be given within seven business days after the decision is made or within such other time period after the decision is made as the special needs housing administrator may establish.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 82 (2).

(3) The notice of a decision must include the following:

1. A statement of the date of the decision.

2. If a review of the decision may be requested under section 156 of the Act,

i. a statement that a member of the household may request a review,

ii. information about how to request a review and what the deadline is for doing so, and

iii. a statement of the reasons for the decision.

3. If a review of the decision may not be requested under section 156 of the Act, a statement that a review may not be requested.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 82 (3).

(4) If a decision relates to an application that included a request for inclusion in the special priority household category, the notice of the decision shall be given to the member of the household who made the request but not to any other member of the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 82 (4).

Information, etc., available to public, requirements, s. 67 (1) of the Act

83. The information, documents and anything else that a special needs housing administrator must make available to the public under subsection 67 (1) of the Act shall be made available,

(a) by allowing members of the public, during normal business hours, to inspect and copy them at their own expense; and

(b) if the administrator is the service manager, by posting them on the Internet.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 83.

Information, etc., made available by service manager, s. 67 (3) of the Act

84. (1) The information, documents and anything else that a special needs housing administrator must make available to the public under subsection 67 (1) of the Act, including the information and documents prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 6 of subsection 67 (1) of the Act, are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 67 (3) of the Act, as information and documents the service manager must make available to the public.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 84 (1).

(2) The information, documents and anything else that a service manager must make available to the public under subsection 67 (3) of the Act shall be made available,

(a) by allowing members of the public, during normal business hours, to inspect and copy them at their own expense; and

(b) by posting them on the Internet.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 84 (2).

Information, etc., made available by housing provider, s. 67 (4) of the Act

85. (1) The information, documents and anything else that a special needs housing administrator must make available to the public under subsection 67 (1) of the Act, including the information and documents prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 6 of subsection 67 (1) of the Act, are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 67 (4) of the Act, as information and documents the housing provider must make available to the public.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 85 (1).

(2) The information, documents and anything else that a housing provider must make available to the public under subsection 67 (4) of the Act shall be made available by allowing members of the public, during normal business hours, to inspect and copy them at their own expense.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 85 (2).

(3) Despite subsection (1), the only information described in paragraph 3 of subsection 67 (1) of the Act that a housing provider is required to make available to the public is information about the housing projects operated by the housing provider.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 85 (3).

(4) Subsection 67 (4) of the Act does not apply to a housing provider that is the special needs housing administrator.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 85 (4).

Part VII
General Rules for Transferred Housing Programs and Projects — Part VI of the Act

Rules and criteria for programs and projects, s. 68 (2) (a) of the Act

86. (1) For the purposes of clause 68 (2) (a) of the Act, the rules and criteria set out in Schedule 5 are prescribed for the corresponding housing programs described in that Schedule.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 86 (1).

(2) In Schedule 5,

“aboriginal household” means a household consisting of,

(a) a person who is First Nations, Métis or Inuit, or

(b) two or more persons at least half of whom are First Nations, Métis or Inuit; (“ménage autochtone”)

“applicable household income limit” means the household income limit prescribed under Ontario Regulation 370/11 (High Needs Households and Household Income Limits — Subsection 40 (4) of the Act) made under the Act; (“seuil de revenu des ménages applicable”)

“non-profit housing project” means a housing project owned or leased by a non-profit corporation, including a non-profit housing co-operative or by a local housing corporation; (“ensemble domiciliaire sans but lucratif”)

“publicly owned” means,

(a) owned by a corporation that has power to acquire and develop land for a housing project or to construct or acquire and operate a housing project and that is wholly owned by,

(i) the government of Ontario or an agency of the government of Ontario,

(ii) one or more municipalities or one or more district social services administration boards, or

(iii) the government of Ontario or an agency of the government of Ontario and one or more municipalities or district social services administration boards, or

(b) owned by a municipality, district social services administration board or local housing corporation. (“de propriété publique”)  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 86 (2).

Housing provider plans, s. 69 (5) of the Act

87. The following plans are required for a housing provider for the purposes of subsection 69 (5) of the Act:

1. A plan for training the staff and volunteers involved in the operation of the designated housing project.

2. If the housing provider has a board of directors, a succession plan for the board.

3. If the housing provider is a non-profit housing co-operative, a plan for educating the members about the governance of the co-operative.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 87.

Records, s. 70 of the Act

88. (1) This section governs the records that a service manager must keep under section 70 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (1).

(2) This section only applies with respect to records relating to transferred housing programs and the designated housing projects that are subject to those programs.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (2).

(3) If the service manager receives a record from the Minister and that record is an agreement, the service manager must keep that record for at least seven years after the agreement is terminated or expires.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (3).

(4) The service manager must keep records that include,

(a) a copy of the reports given to the Minister by the service manager under section 20 of the Act;

(b) a copy of the reports, documents and written information given to the Minister by the service manager under section 21 of the Act; and

(c) a copy of every document used to prepare a report, document or written information referred to in clause (a) or (b).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (4).

(5) A record required under subsection (4) must be kept for at least seven years after the report, document or written information referred to in clause (4) (a) or (b) was given to the Minister.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (5).

(6) If more than one subsection in this section applies with respect to a record, the record shall be kept long enough to satisfy all the subsections that apply.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 88 (6).

Content of notice of project in difficulty, s. 72 (4) of the Act

89. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 72 (4) of the Act, as information to be included in the written notice that a housing project is in difficulty:

1. The name of the housing project and the housing provider.

2. A description of the situation that requires the service manager to give the notice.

3. The name of an individual who can communicate, on behalf of the service manager, with the Minister and details of how that individual can be contacted.

4. The name of an individual who can communicate, on behalf of the service manager, with the housing provider and details of how that individual can be contacted.

5. If a copy of the notice is not being given to the housing provider, an explanation of why that is not required under subsection 72 (3) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 89.

Part VIII
General Rules for Certain Housing Projects — Part VII of the Act

Definition

Part VII housing projects, s. 73 of the Act

90. The housing projects designated, under Ontario Regulation 368/11 (Designated Housing Projects – Section 68 of the Act) made under the Act, for a housing program with the program category number 6 (a) or 6 (b) in Schedule 1 are prescribed for the purposes of the definition of “Part VII housing projects” in section 73 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 90.

Operation of Projects

Prescribed provincial requirements, s. 75 (1) (a) of the Act

91. The requirements in sections 92 to 99 are prescribed, for the purposes of clause 75 (1) (a) of the Act, as provincial requirements that apply to the operation of a Part VII housing project and the governance of the housing provider.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 91.

Corporate standing

92. (1) The housing provider shall ensure that it is one of the following:

1. A corporation without share capital to which the Corporations Act applies that is in good standing under that Act.

Note:  On the day subsection 211 (1) of the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 comes into force, paragraph 1 is revoked and the following substituted:

1. A corporation to which the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 applies that is in good standing under that Act.

See:  O. Reg. 367/11, ss. 148 (1), 149 (2).

2. A non-profit housing co-operative that is in good standing under the Co-operative Corporations Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 92 (1).

(2) This section does not apply to a housing provider that is a corporation to which the Business Corporations Act or the Canada Business Corporations Act applies if, when the former Act was repealed, the housing provider was such a corporation and the housing provider operated a housing project under Part VI of the former Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 92 (2).

(3) This section does not apply to a local housing corporation.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 92 (3).

(4) This section does not apply to a housing provider that is a service manager or a corporation wholly owned by a service manager. O. Reg. 150/16, s. 1.

Operation as charity or non-profit organization

93. (1) The housing provider shall operate only as a registered charity within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada) or as a non-profit organization exempt from tax under paragraph 149 (1) (l) of that Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 93.

(2) This section does not apply to a housing provider that is a service manager or a corporation wholly owned by a service manager. O. Reg. 150/16, s. 2.

Distribution on winding up, etc., for certain housing providers

94. (1) This section applies only to a housing provider to which the Corporations Act applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 94 (1).

Note:  On the day subsection 211 (1) of the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 comes into force, subsection (1) is revoked and the following substituted:

Distribution on winding up, etc., for certain housing providers

(1) This section applies only to a housing provider to which the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 148 (2).

See:  O. Reg. 367/11, ss. 148 (2), 149 (2).

(2) The housing provider’s by-laws must provide that, upon the housing provider being wound up or dissolved, any property remaining after the payment of its debts and liabilities shall be distributed only to one or more of the following entities:

Note:  On the day subsection 211 (1) of the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 comes into force, subsection (2) is amended by striking out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the following:

(2) The housing provider’s articles must provide that, upon the housing provider’s being wound up or dissolved, any property remaining after satisfying the interests of the provider’s creditors shall be distributed only to one or more of the following entities:

See:  O. Reg. 367/11, ss. 148 (3), 149 (2).

1. A registered charity, within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada), that operates only in Canada and that has objects or purposes that are similar to those of the housing provider.

2. Another housing provider that operates a designated housing project.

3. A service manager.

4. A municipality within a service area where the housing provider operated.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 94 (2).

Note:  On the day subsection 211 (1) of the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 comes into force, the Regulation is amended by adding the following section:

No payment to members for certain housing providers

94.1 (1) This section applies only to a housing provider to which the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 applies that is not a public benefit corporation within the meaning of that Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 148 (4).

(2) The housing provider’s articles or by-laws must provide that the provider shall not pay any amount to a member upon termination of that member’s membership.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 148 (4).

See:  O. Reg. 367/11, ss. 148 (4), 149 (2).

Damages that make a unit uninhabitable

95. If a unit in a Part VII housing project is damaged to the extent that it is uninhabitable, the housing provider shall proceed diligently to repair and restore the unit and make it habitable.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 95.

Rent-geared-to-income assistance

96. (1) A household shall not be given rent-geared-to-income assistance for a unit in a Part VII housing project unless, at the time the household begins to receive such assistance, the household has a lease or, if the unit is a member unit in a non-profit housing co-operative, an occupancy agreement.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 96 (1).

(2) Before a household begins to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance the housing provider shall inform the household of the amount of rent that would be payable if the household did not receive such assistance.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 96 (2).

(3) The housing provider shall not refuse to enter into a lease or occupancy agreement with a household that will be receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance because the household is unable to pay part or all of an amount, other than rent, that is required to be paid when the lease or occupancy agreement is entered into, if the household agrees to make payments on account of the unpaid amount in accordance with a reasonable payment schedule acceptable to the housing provider.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 96 (3).

(4) The housing provider shall establish rules for the temporary accommodation of guests in units occupied by households receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance and shall provide a copy of the rules to the service manager and to those households.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 96 (4).

Non-profit housing co-operative, fees and charges

97. (1) This section applies to a housing provider that is a non-profit housing co-operative.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 97 (1).

(2) The housing provider may not impose, in respect of a member unit in a Part VII housing project, fees and charges other than the following:

1. Rent.

2. A fee or charge that would be permitted under the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, if that Act applied to the unit.

3. The initial fee for membership in the housing provider.

4. The annual amount for the sector support levy.

5. Reasonable charges established by the members of a co-operative in a by-law for the enforcement of co-operative policies and by-laws.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 97 (2).

(3) The housing provider shall give the household occupying a member unit a written notice of any increase in the amount the housing provider may impose under subsection (2) at least 60 days before the day the increase comes into effect.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 97 (3).

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply to an increase due to increases in the household’s income.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 97 (4).

Capital reserves

98. (1) A housing provider that receives a subsidy from a service manager under section 78 of the Act shall maintain a capital reserve for each Part VII housing project in the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (1).

(2) Income earned on the investment of amounts in a capital reserve shall be retained in the capital reserve.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (2).

(3) For each fiscal year of the housing provider, a housing provider shall contribute, to the housing provider’s capital reserve for a Part VII housing project, an amount determined by multiplying the housing provider’s contribution for the previous fiscal year by the cost index determined by the Minister for the fiscal year to reflect the changes in the costs of what the capital reserve may be used for.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (3).

(4) For a fiscal year, a housing provider may contribute an amount to the housing provider’s capital reserve for a Part VII housing project in addition to the amount required under subsection (3) but only with the approval of the service manager.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (4).

(5) Contributions for a fiscal year may be made in the fiscal year or within five months after the end of the fiscal year.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (5).

(6) A housing provider may use amounts from a capital reserve only for expenditures for the construction or renovation of, or substantial repairs to, the Part VII housing project for which the capital reserve is maintained, including reasonable expenditures for planning and budgeting for such construction, renovation or repairs.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (6).

(7) The following apply if amounts in a capital reserve were provided by a service manager:

1. Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to the amounts.

2. The housing provider may use the amounts only in accordance with the conditions or requirements imposed by the service manager at the time the amounts were provided.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (7).

(8) A housing provider shall keep separate records and accounts for each capital reserve unless the service manager permits otherwise.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (8).

(9) A capital reserve maintained under section 24 of Ontario Regulation 339/01 (Housing Projects Subject to Part VI of the Act) made under the former Act shall be continued as a capital reserve required under subsection (1).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (9).

(10) Ontario Regulation 339/01 (Housing Projects Subject to Part VI of the Act) made under the former Act, as that regulation read immediately before the former Act was repealed, continues to apply, instead of subsections (3) to (5), with respect to contributions to a capital reserve for a fiscal year that begins before this subsection comes into force.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 98 (10).

Insurance

99. A housing provider shall insure its Part VII housing projects.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 99.

Limits of local standards, s. 75 (2) of the Act

100. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 75 (2) of the Act, as matters with respect to which a service manager may make local standards:

1. Conflicts of interest of directors, employees and agents of a housing provider.

2. The minimum number of meetings of the board of directors of a housing provider that must be held.

3. The remuneration of the directors of a housing provider.

4. Property management relating to Part VII housing projects, including the procurement of, and contracts for, property management services.

5. Leases for units in Part VII housing projects.

6. Multi-year financial plans.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 100.

Targets, restrictions on changes by service manager, par. 2 of s. 77 (5) of the Act

101. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 77 (5) of the Act, as restrictions on a change to a target that a service manager may make without the agreement of a housing provider:

1. The service manager shall not change a target for a housing project under clause 77 (1) (a) of the Act if the result would be that the number of non-RGI units in the project changes by more than 10 per cent from the number of non-RGI units under the initial target for the project under subsection 77 (6) of the Act, or if the service manager and the housing provider have changed the target under subsection 77 (4) of the Act by agreement, under the target most recently agreed to.

2. A change is not effective unless the service manager gives notice of the change to the housing provider.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 101 (1).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (1), the number of non-RGI units in a housing project is the total number of units in the project minus the target under clause 77 (1) (a) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 101 (2).

Records and Reports

Records, s. 79 (1) of the Act

102. (1) This section governs the records that a housing provider must keep under subsection 79 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 102 (1).

(2) The housing provider must keep each of the following records for at least seven years after the end of the fiscal year to which the record relates:

1. The housing provider’s financial records.

2. The housing provider’s records relating to a Part VII housing project, other than records to which subsection (3) or (4) applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 102 (2).

(3) The housing provider must keep the records relating to a household that occupies a unit in a Part VII housing project for at least five years after the household last resides in a unit in the project.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 102 (3).

(4) If the housing provider refuses to offer a unit to a household under a rule under subsection 50 (1) or 77 (1), the housing provider shall keep a record of the decision to refuse to offer the unit to the household, including a copy of the notice given to the household under that section and the information used by the housing provider to make its decision, for at least seven years after the notice was given to the household.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 102 (4).

Annual reports, contents, s. 80 (2) of the Act

103. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 80 (2) of the Act, as information and documents that must be included in an annual report for a fiscal year:

1. Financial information about the housing provider, including audited financial statements for the fiscal year.

2. The information needed to enable the service manager to calculate the amount of any subsidy payable to the housing provider for the fiscal year under section 78 of the Act.

3. Statistical information on the households residing in the housing provider’s Part VII housing projects in the service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 103.

Enforcement

Service manager-appointed receiver, etc., powers, s. 95 (9) of the Act

104. (1) This section prescribes, for the purposes of subsection 95 (9) of the Act, the powers that an interim receiver or interim receiver and manager has.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 104 (1).

(2) The interim receiver or interim receiver and manager has the power to act as the housing provider with respect to its assets, liabilities and undertakings, including its housing projects.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 104 (2).

(3) Without limiting the generality of subsection (2), the powers under that subsection include the following:

1. The power to carry on and manage the business and affairs of the housing provider.

2. The power to take possession of, preserve and protect the assets of the housing provider, including its housing projects.

3. The power to commence, conduct or defend legal proceedings.

4. The power to borrow money.

5. The power to receive payments or anything else in satisfaction of any obligation to the housing provider and to compromise any such obligation.

6. The power to enter into contracts, sign documents or do anything incidental to the exercise of its other powers.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 104 (3).

(4) The interim receiver or interim receiver and manager shall not exercise any of its powers unless all of the following are satisfied:

1. The interim receiver or interim receiver and manager has insurance acceptable to the service manager and has provided the service manager with proof of such insurance.

2. The interim receiver or interim receiver and manager has provided the service manager with undertakings, satisfactory to the service manager, that the interim receiver or interim receiver and manager and all persons who the interim receiver or interim receiver and manager procures the assistance of in the carrying out of the powers of the interim receiver or interim receiver and manager,

i. shall not do anything that would result in a conflict of interest, and

ii. shall comply with the requirements, to which the housing provider was subject, relating to the collection, use, disclosure and safeguarding of privacy of personal information and for a person’s access to his or her personal information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 104 (4).

Date for undertaking required review, s. 100 of the Act

105. January 1, 2017 is prescribed, for the purposes of section 100 of the Act, as the day by which the review required under that section shall be undertaken.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 105.

Part IX
Payment of Certain Housing Costs — Part VIII of the Act

Provincial Housing Costs

Billing periods, s. 104 (2) of the Act

106. For the purposes of subsection 104 (2) of the Act, the billing period for provincial housing costs is the calendar month.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 106.

Recoverable costs, exclusion, s. 105 of the Act

107. For the purposes of section 105 of the Act, costs relating to housing in the Town of Moosonee shall not be included in the amount of housing costs to be recovered from service managers.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 107.

Allocation of recoverable costs among service managers, s. 106 (1) of the Act

108. For the purposes of subsection 106 (1) of the Act, the portion of the recoverable costs apportioned to a service manager shall be the portion of those costs that relate to housing in the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 108.

Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Exclusion

Service manager’s housing costs, exclusion, s. 109 (2) of the Act

109. For the purposes of subsection 109 (2) of the Act, a service manager’s costs do not include the costs of administering or funding a transferred housing program in a municipality that is deemed to be territory without municipal organization for the purposes of section 112 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 109.

Municipal Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Apportionment

Definition

110. In sections 111 to 114,

“party” means the municipal service manager or a municipality within the service manager’s service area with respect to which subsection 111 (3) of the Act applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 110.

Apportionment method, certain municipal service managers, s. 111 (3) of the Act

111. For the purposes of subsection 111 (3) of the Act, a municipal service manager’s housing costs shall be apportioned among the parties in accordance with,

(a) an agreement made by parties; or

(b) if there is no agreement, an award given pursuant to an arbitration.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 111.

Agreement to provide for apportionment

112. (1) This section applies with respect to an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 112 (1).

(2) The agreement becomes effective,

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

(i) on the specified date, if that date 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 effective date is specified in the agreement, on the first day of the month after the agreement is made.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 112 (2).

(3) The agreement may be effective with respect to a period before it is made if the agreement provides for a monetary reconciliation among the parties with respect to that period.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 112 (3).

(4) If the agreement expires or is terminated by a notice of termination given in accordance with the agreement, the date of the expiry or termination shall be,

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

(b) the last day of the month in which the date determined in accordance with the agreement or notice falls, if that date is not the last day of a month.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 112 (4).

Arbitration to provide for apportionment

113. (1) This section applies with respect to an arbitration referred to in clause 111 (b).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (1).

(2) The following apply with respect to the commencement of an arbitration:

1. If the parties have an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a), a party may commence an arbitration if,

i. a notice of termination has been given in accordance with the agreement, or

ii. the agreement will expire within 12 months.

2. If an arbitration award referred to in clause 111 (b) is in effect, a party may commence a new arbitration if the arbitration award has been in effect for at least two years.

3. A party may commence an arbitration under paragraph 1 or 2 by serving a notice on the other parties.

4. The parties are deemed to have commenced an arbitration on the day that an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a) is terminated or expires unless,

i. the parties have entered into another agreement referred to in clause 111 (a), or

ii. one of the parties has already commenced an arbitration under paragraph 1.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (2).

(3) An arbitration 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 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 may be effective with respect to a period before it is made but if it does the final award must provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties with respect to that period.

6. 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.

7. At any time during the arbitration, the parties may enter into an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a) that includes an agreement apportioning the costs of the arbitration among the parties, in which case the arbitration terminates.

8. The parties may, at any time, amend the final award by agreement or replace the award with an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (3).

(4) If the arbitration award will be replacing an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a) the following apply in addition to the rules set out in subsection (3):

1. If the agreement is still in effect when the final award is made, the award shall take effect when the agreement expires or is terminated.

2. If the agreement expires or is terminated before the final award is made, the agreement is deemed to continue in effect until the award is made and the award must provide for a monetary reconciliation among the parties with respect to the period during which the agreement is deemed to continue in effect.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (4).

(5) If the arbitration award will be replacing a previous arbitration award referred to in clause 111 (b) the following applies in addition to the rules set out in subsection (3):

1. The final award shall take effect 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 commencing the arbitration was served, if that day was the first day of the month or, if not, the first day of the month after the day the notice was served.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (5).

(6) The following apply if an arbitration referred to in clause 111 (b) and one or more arbitrations described in subsection (7) are commenced and the arbitrations involve the same parties but no arbitrator has yet been appointed:

1. One arbitrator shall be appointed for all the arbitrations.

2. The arbitrations shall be held as one arbitration.

3. The arbitration is governed by the Arbitration Act, 1991, subject to the rules set out in subsections (3), (4) and (5) which shall apply, with necessary modifications, with respect to the part of the arbitration dealing with the apportionment of the service manager’s housing costs.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (6).

(7) The arbitrations referred to in subsection (6) are arbitrations, under the following Acts, to apportion costs:

1. The Ambulance Act.

2. The Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014.

3. The Ontario Disability Support Program Act, 1997.

4. The Ontario Works Act, 1997.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 113 (7); O. Reg. 150/16, s. 3.

Transition, agreements and arbitrations under former Act

114. (1) An agreement dealing with the apportionment of a service manager’s housing costs that was made before the former Act was repealed and that was still in effect when the former Act was repealed continues as an agreement referred to in clause 111 (a).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 114 (1).

(2) An arbitration award dealing with the apportionment of a service manager’s housing costs that was made before the former Act was repealed and that was still in effect when the former Act was repealed continues as an award referred to in clause 111 (b).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 114 (2).

(3) An arbitration to deal with the apportionment of a service manager’s housing costs that was commenced before the former Act was repealed and that had not yet concluded when the former Act was repealed shall be continued and section 113 applies with respect to that arbitration and, for greater certainty, the final award may be effective with respect to a period before that section came into force and may provide for a monetary reconciliation with respect to such a period.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 114 (3).

DSSAB Service Manager’s Housing Costs — Apportionment

Apportionment method — dssab service managers, s. 112 (3) of the Act

115. For the purposes of subsection 112 (3) of the Act, a dssab service manager’s housing costs shall be apportioned among the municipalities and territory without municipal organization within the service manager’s service area in accordance with section 116 or 117.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 115.

Apportionment method unless alternative consented to

116. (1) A dssab service manager’s housing costs shall be apportioned in accordance with this section unless a different method of apportionment is determined under section 117.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 116 (1).

(2) Subject to subsection (3), the service manager shall determine,

(a) the amount of its housing costs that is attributable to the parts of its service area that are territory without municipal organization; and

(b) the amount of its housing costs that is attributable to the parts of its service area that are in municipalities.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 116 (2).

(3) The Minister may reject a service manager’s determination under clause (2) (a) and, if the Minister does so, the service manager shall make a new determination under subsection (2).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 116 (3).

(4) The amount determined under clause (2) (a) is the amount apportioned to the territory without municipal organization.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 116 (4).

(5) The amount determined under clause (2) (b) shall be apportioned among the municipalities in accordance with the following:

1. When the assessment roll of a municipality is returned to the clerk of the municipality under section 36 of the Assessment Act, the clerk shall provide a copy to the service manager.

2. Each municipality shall provide the service manager with a copy of the by-law setting its tax ratios within a reasonable time after the by-law is passed.

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

A = C × WAmun/WAall

in which,

“A” is the amount to be apportioned to the municipality,

“C” is the amount determined under clause (2) (b),

“WAmun” is the sum of the weighted assessments for all of the properties in the municipality, and

“WAall” is the sum of the weighted assessments for all of the properties in all of the municipalities.

O. Reg. 367/11, s. 116 (5).

(6) 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. 367/11, s. 116 (6).

Alternative apportionment method by majority consent

117. (1) A dssab service manager may apportion its housing costs by a method determined by the service manager instead of by a method provided in subsection 116 (2) or (5) if,

(a) a majority of the municipalities within the service area and members representing territory without municipal organization within the service area consent to the method determined by the service manager;

(b) the municipalities and members referred to in clause (a) who have consented represent a majority of the electors in the service area; and

(c) the Minister has given written approval of anything that would replace the method provided in subsection 116 (2).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 117 (1).

(2) For the purposes of clause (1) (a), each municipality within the service manager’s service area and each member of the service manager representing territory without municipal organization is entitled to one vote.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 117 (2).

(3) For the purposes of clause (1) (b), if two or more members of the service manager represent territory without municipal organization, each member is deemed to represent the number of electors in the territory without municipal organization divided by the number of members who represent such territory.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 117 (3).

(4) The following requirements apply to a consent under clause (1) (a):

1. The consent of a municipality must be given by a resolution of the municipal council.

2. The consent of a member representing territory without municipal organization must be given in writing.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 117 (4).

(5) A method determined by the service manager and consented to under subsection 18 (5) of Ontario Regulation 642/00 (Determination, Allocation, Apportionment and Billing of Housing Costs) made under the former Act shall be deemed to continue as a method determined and consented to under this section.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 117 (5).

Information about amounts apportioned to unorganized territory

118. Forthwith after determining the housing costs apportioned to territory without municipal organization, a dssab service manager shall inform the Minister of,

(a) the housing costs apportioned to territory without municipal organization; and

(b) the costs, relating to a municipality that is deemed to be territory without municipal organization for the purposes of section 112 of the Act, that are not included in the service manager’s housing costs under subsection 109 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 118.

Reports to Minister on estimated amounts

119. (1) On or before March 31 of each year, a dssab service manager shall give the Minister a report with an estimate of the amount to be provided by the Minister under subsection 112 (5) of the Act in respect of that year.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 119 (1).

(2) If the service manager incurs additional housing costs that were not reflected in the estimate provided under subsection (1), the service manager shall give the Minister a further report with a revised estimate reflecting those additional housing costs.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 119 (2).

Payment of amounts, s. 112 (5) of the Act

120. (1) The amount described in clause 112 (5) (a) of the Act shall be paid to the service manager in accordance with the following rules:

1. The amount for the year shall be paid in quarterly instalments with the payments being made in the first month of each quarter.

2. The amount of an instalment shall be,

i. if the service manager has informed the Minister, under clause 118 (a), of the housing costs for the quarter apportioned to territory without municipal organization, the amount of those housing costs, or

ii. if the service manager has not yet informed the Minister, under clause 118 (a), of the housing costs for the quarter apportioned to territory without municipal organization, the amount of such housing costs for the most recent quarter for which the service manager has informed the Minister.

3. If a payment is made in accordance with subparagraph 2 ii, a monetary reconciliation shall be made between the Minister and the service manager in respect of that payment after the Minister is informed, under clause 118 (a), of the housing costs for the quarter apportioned to the territory without municipal organization.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 120 (1).

(2) The amount described in clause 112 (5) (b) of the Act shall be paid to the service manager in accordance with the following rules:

1. The amount for the year shall be paid in quarterly instalments with the payments being made in the first month of each quarter.

2. The amount of an instalment shall be,

i. if the service manager has informed the Minister, under clause 118 (b), of the costs for the quarter that are not included in the service manager’s housing costs under subsection 109 (2) of the Act, the amount of those excluded costs, or

ii. if the service manager has not yet informed the Minister, under clause 118 (b), of the costs for the quarter that are not included in the service manager’s housing costs under subsection 109 (2) of the Act, the amount of such excluded costs for the most recent quarter for which the service manager has informed the Minister.

3. If a payment is made in accordance with subparagraph 2 ii, a monetary reconciliation shall be made between the Minister and the service manager in respect of that payment after the Minister is informed, under clause 118 (b), of the housing costs for the quarter that are not included in the service manager’s housing costs under subsection 109 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 120 (2).

Municipality deemed to be unorganized, s. 112 of the Act

121. For the purposes of section 112 of the Act, the Town of Moosonee is deemed to be territory without municipal organization.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 121.

Transition, reconciliations under former Act

122. Any monetary reconciliation that would have been required under the former Act in respect of amounts paid or payable under that Act to a dssab service manager by a municipality or the Minister shall be made as though that Act and the regulations made under it had continued in force.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 122.

Revisions by Service Managers

Notice of changes, s. 114 (3) of the Act

123. The following are prescribed as the information that must be set out in a written notice under subsection 114 (3) of the Act of a change to an apportionment to a municipality resulting from a revision:

1. The revised amount apportioned to the municipality.

2. The amount of the increase or decrease.

3. If the amount is increased, the date the municipality must pay the amount of the increase to the service manager.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 123.

Payments relating to unorganized territory, s. 114 (6) of the Act

124. The following apply to payments required under subsection 114 (6) of the Act following a revision under subsection 114 (1) of the Act:

1. The Minister shall pay an amount required under paragraph 1 of subsection 114 (6) of the Act by adding the amount to the next quarterly instalment payable under section 120.  However, the Minister is not required to pay the amount until after the service manager has given the Minister a written notice of the amount owed.

2. The service manager shall pay an amount required under paragraph 2 of subsection 114 (6) of the Act by,

i. paying the amount to the Minister, or

ii. having the amount be subtracted from the next quarterly instalment payable under section 120.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 124.

Interest and Penalties

Interest and penalties, s. 115 (1) of the Act

125. The interest and penalties a service manager may charge under subsection 115 (1) of the Act are subject to the following:

1. The service manager may determine the interest and penalties it charges on unpaid amounts, subject to paragraph 2.

2. The sum of the interest and penalties on an unpaid amount shall not exceed 1 per cent per month for each month or part of a month during which the amount is unpaid.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 125.

126., 127. Revoked: O. Reg. 150/16, s. 4.

Part X
Housing Services Corporation — Part IX of the Act

Objects, Powers, etc.

Required activities, s. 124 of the Act

128. (1) For the purposes of clause 124 (a) of the Act, the housing providers that are members of the Corporation under clauses 127 (b), (c) and (e) of the Act, are prescribed.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 128 (1).

(2) For the purposes of clause 124 (b) of the Act, the housing providers that are members of the Corporation under clauses 127 (b), (c) and (d) of the Act, are prescribed.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 128 (2).

(3) For the purposes of clause 124 (c) of the Act, the housing providers that are members of the Corporation under clauses 127 (b), (c), (d) and (e) of the Act are prescribed.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 128 (3).

Members

Members of the Corporation, s. 127 of the Act

129. (1) The housing providers listed in Schedule 6 are prescribed for the purposes of clause 127 (c) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 129 (1).

(2) The housing providers listed in Schedule 7 are prescribed for the purposes of clause 127 (d) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 129 (2).

(3) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of clause 127 (e) of the Act, as requirements for a housing provider or other person to be a member of the Corporation:

1. The housing provider or other person must have applied to become a member.

2. The board of directors of the Corporation must have admitted the housing provider or other person as a member.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 129 (3).

(4) For greater certainty, nothing in this section prevents a member of the Corporation under clause 127 (e) of the Act from resigning as a member.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 129 (4).

(5) A housing provider that was a member of the Corporation under clause 140 (2) (e) of the former Act is deemed to be a member of the Corporation under clause 127 (e) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 129 (5).

Directors

Selection of directors, s. 128 (2) of the Act

130. The following apply with respect to the selection of directors under paragraphs 2 to 8 of subsection 128 (2) of the Act:

1. The Corporation shall make arrangements, as necessary, for the selection of the directors.

2. No selection shall be effective until after the March 31 on which the previous term under subsection 129 (1) of the Act or section 132 ended, or would have ended if a vacancy had not arisen before the end of that previous term.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 130.

Terms of directors, s. 129 (1) of the Act

131. For the purposes of subsection 129 (1) of the Act, the prescribed term of a director,

(a) begins at the time his or her appointment or selection is effective; and

(b) ends on March 31, four years after the March 31 on which the previous term under subsection 129 (1) of the Act or section 132 ended, or would have ended if a vacancy had not arisen before the end of that previous term.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 131.

Transition, board of directors

132. The terms of the directors in office immediately before the former Act was repealed are continued in accordance with the following, subject to subsection 129 (2) and sections 130 to 133 of the Act:

1. The terms of the directors appointed by the Minister under subsection 143 (1) of the former Act shall continue until March 31, 2014.

2. The terms of the directors selected under paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of subsection 143 (1) of the former Act shall continue until March 31, 2015.

3. The terms of the directors selected under paragraphs 6 and 7 of subsection 143 (1) of the former Act shall continue until March 31, 2013.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 132.

Consultation before director vacancy filled, s. 134 (2) of the Act

133. The following are prescribed as consultation requirements that are alternatives to what would otherwise be required under subsection 134 (2) of the Act:

1. Before appointing a replacement of a director selected under paragraph 6 of subsection 128 (2) of the Act, the board of directors may consult, or make reasonable efforts to consult, with an organization that represents the interests of dssab service managers, the City of Toronto and an organization that represents the interests of municipalities.

2. Before appointing a replacement of a director selected under paragraph 7 of subsection 128 (2) of the Act, the board of directors may consult, or make reasonable efforts to consult, with an organization that represents the interests of housing providers that are non-profit corporations.

3. Before appointing a replacement of a director selected under paragraph 8 of subsection 128 (2) of the Act, the board of directors may consult, or make reasonable efforts to consult, with an organization that represents the interests of non-profit housing co-operatives.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 133.

Transition, limit on terms as Chair, s. 135 (3) of the Act

134. A term as chair of the board of directors under the former Act is deemed to be a term as chair for the purposes of subsection 135 (3) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 134.

Directors’ expense policy, s. 138 (2) of the Act

135. The policy referred to in subsection 138 (2) of the Act must address the following:

1. What expenses may be reimbursed.

2. The extent to which expenses may be reimbursed.

3. What is required to substantiate expense claims.

4. What approvals are necessary for the reimbursement of expenses.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 135.

Miscellaneous

Required member participation, s. 151 (1) of the Act

136. (1) The housing providers that are members of the Corporation under clause 127 (c) of the Act are required, under subsection 151 (1) of the Act, to participate in the insurance program under clause 124 (a) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 136 (1).

(2) The housing providers that are members of the Corporation under clause 127 (b), (c) or (d) of the Act are required, under subsection 151 (1) of the Act, to participate in the schemes to pool capital reserve funds under clause 124 (b) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 136 (2).

(3) The following are exempt from subsection (2):

1. Ottawa Community Housing Corporation/La Société de logement communautaire d’Ottawa.

2. Peel Housing Corporation.

3. Toronto Community Housing Corporation.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 136 (3); O. Reg. 31/12, s. 3.

(4) A housing provider is required to participate under subsection (1) or (2) only with respect to Part VII housing projects as defined in section 73 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 136 (4).

Annual report contents, s. 152 (2) of the Act

137. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 152 (2) of the Act, as information that must be included in an annual report for a fiscal year:

1. For each director and officer,

i. the name of the director or officer,

ii. the amount of remuneration paid to the director or officer during the fiscal year, and

iii. the amount paid to the director or officer during the fiscal year as reimbursement for expenses.

2. For each of the five employees, other than officers, who were paid the highest amounts as reimbursement for expenses during the fiscal year,

i. the name of the employee, and

ii. the amount paid to the employee during the fiscal year as reimbursement for expenses.

3. A copy of the policy referred to in subsection 138 (2) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 137 (1).

(2) In subsection (1),

“officer” means the chief executive officer of the Corporation and any other employee appointed by the board of directors.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 137 (2).

(3) The first annual report under subsection 152 (1) of the Act is due in 2013 for the 2012 year.  However, section 153 of the former Act continues to apply to the Corporation until the Corporation prepares an annual report under that section for the 2011 year and complies with the other requirements under that section.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 137 (3).

Part XI
Miscellaneous — Part X of the Act

Reviews of Certain Decisions

System for dealing with reviews, requirements, s. 155 (4) of the Act

138. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 155 (4) of the Act, as requirements for a service manager’s system for dealing with reviews:

1. The rules included in the system must,

i. provide for when a review may be requested,

ii. provide for when the decision made by the review body must be made,

iii. require that no individual who participated in the making of the decision being reviewed may participate in the review as a member of the review body,

iv. require that an individual may only participate in a review as a member of the review body if the individual is knowledgeable about the provisions of the Act and the regulations that are relevant to the decision being reviewed, and

v. require that no individual who previously discussed the decision being reviewed with the decision-maker participate in the review as a member of the review body and that, during such participation, no member of the review body discuss the decision with the decision-maker except in the course of the review.

2. With respect to a determination under subsection 48 (1) or 63 (1) of the Act that a household is not included in the special priority household category, the rules included in the system must require that,

i. a review must be completed and the decision of the review body made within 10 business days after the request for the review is received,

ii. notice of the decision and reasons of the review body must be given within five business days after the decision was made, and

iii. notice of the decision of the review body must not be given to any other member of the household other than the member who requested the review.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 138.

Note: On January 1, 2017, section 138 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: (See: O. Reg. 150/16, s. 5)

3. With respect to a review under 157 of the Act, the rules included in the system must provide that,

i. the service manager shall appoint, as the review body, an individual that the service manager and the housing provider select jointly or, if they cannot agree, a single individual from a list of individuals whom the Minister identifies, and

ii. the service manager and the housing provider shall share equally the cost of remunerating the review body for conducting the review.

Note: On January 1, 2017, the Regulation is amended by adding the following section: (See: O. Reg. 150/16, s. 6)

Review of service manager decisions

138.1 (1) Subject to subsection (2), the following decisions of a service manager are prescribed for the purposes of section 157 of the Act:

1. A decision under paragraph 1 of section 85 of the Act to discontinue or suspend a subsidy payment to the housing provider under section 78 of the Act.

2. A decision under paragraph 2 of section 85 of the Act to reduce the amount of a subsidy payment to the housing provider under section 78 of the Act.

3. A decision under paragraph 3 of section 85 of the Act to deduct an amount from a subsidy payment to the housing provider under section 78 of the Act.

4. A decision under paragraph 4 of section 85 of the Act to exercise any of the powers or perform any of the duties of the housing provider or act as the housing provider.

5. A decision under paragraph 5 of section 85 of the Act to appoint an operational advisor for the housing provider.

6. A decision under paragraph 6 of section 85 of the Act to appoint an interim receiver or interim receiver and manager for the housing provider.

7. A decision under paragraph 8 of section 85 of the Act to remove some or all of the directors or deemed directors of the housing provider.

8. A decision under paragraph 9 of section 85 of the Act to appoint one or more individuals as directors of the housing provider. O. Reg. 150/16, s. 6.

(2) A housing provider may not request a review of a decision listed in subsection (1), other than in paragraph 6 of that subsection, if any of the circumstances described in subsection 90 (5) of the Act apply in respect of the decision. O. Reg. 150/16, s. 6.

Effective date of decisions, s. 159 of the Act

139. (1) For the purposes of section 159 of the Act, the date on which a decision is effective shall be determined in accordance with the following:

1. Subject to subparagraph 3 ii, a decision for which a review may be requested under section 156 or 157 of the Act is effective on the later of the day specified by the decision-maker and the day immediately after the last day for requesting a review.

2. Despite paragraph 1 or subparagraph 3 ii, the determination, under subsection 50 (1) of the Act, by a service manager of the amount of rent payable by a household when the household begins to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance for a unit is effective on the day specified by the service manager.

3. If a review is requested under section 156 or 157 of the Act on or after July 1, 2014,

i. the decision made by the review body is effective on the later of the day determined under paragraph 1 and the day specified by the review body, whether that day is before, on or after the day the review body made its decision, and

ii. the decision being reviewed is effective only if the review body provides for it to be effective and, if the review body so provides, the decision being reviewed is effective on the day the decision of the review body is effective.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 139 (1); O. Reg. 101/14, s. 2.

(2) In the event of a conflict between this section and sections 52 and 53 of Ontario Regulation 298/01 (Determination of Geared-To-Income Rent Under Section 50 of the Act) under the Act, sections 52 and 53 prevail.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 139 (2).

Restrictions on Dealing with Certain Land

Real property transferred under a transfer order, exceptions, s. 161 (5) of the Act

140. (1) The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 161 (5) of the Act, as transactions and activities relating to real property described in subsection 161 (1) of the Act for which consent is not required under subsection 161 (2) or (3) of the Act:

1. The lease of a unit in a housing project on the real property, if the term of the lease does not exceed one year.

2. Subject to subsection (2), the lease of a part of the real property, other than a unit.

3. The transfer or mortgage of real property in a service area to or in favour of,

i. the service manager,

ii. a municipality in the service manager’s service area, other than a municipality that forms part of the service manager for municipal purposes, or

iii. a corporation, one of whose objects is the provision of housing and that is controlled by an entity described in subparagraph i or ii.

4. Subject to subsection (2), the transfer of real property, for the purpose of road widening, to an entity that has the power to expropriate land.

5. Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 3 (1).

6. Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the development of real property, other than a housing project, if the development is required to bring a housing project into compliance with an Act or regulation, other than the Act or a regulation under the Act.

7. Subject to subsection (2), the transfer, mortgage or development of real property in a service area if the service manager has provided the Province with an indemnity relating to the transfer, mortgage or development that is acceptable to the Minister.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 140 (1); O. Reg. 101/14, s. 3 (1).

(2) Paragraphs 2, 4, 6 and 7 of subsection (1) apply with respect to real property only if a document has been registered or deposited against title to the property under section 43 of the former Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 140 (2); O. Reg. 101/14, s. 3 (2).

(3) For greater certainty, paragraph 6 of subsection (1) does not apply to a transfer or mortgage, even if the transfer or mortgage is related to the development to which that paragraph applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 140 (3).

Grant of easement or right of way, exceptions, s. 161 (5) of the Act

140.1 (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the grant of an easement or right of way is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 161 (5) of the Act, as a transaction relating to real property described in subsection 161 (1) of the Act for which consent is not required under subsection 161 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

(2) The grant of an easement or right of way is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 161 (5) of the Act, as a transaction relating to real property described in subsection 161 (1) of the Act for which consent is not required under subsection 161 (3) of the Act. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

(3) Subsection (1) applies with respect to a grant of an easement or right of way if,

(a) the purpose of the easement or right of way is to facilitate the provision of a service to a housing project;

(b) the easement or right of way will not reduce the number of units in a housing project that are occupied by households receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance or that are modified units as defined in subsection 41 (2) of the Act and will not significantly affect any other aspect of the operation of a housing project; or

(c) the grant is to an entity that has the power to expropriate land. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

(4) Subsection (1) applies with respect to real property only if a document has been registered or deposited against title to the property under section 43 of the former Act. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

Certain housing projects, exceptions, s. 162 (4) of the Act

141. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 162 (4) of the Act, as transactions relating to housing projects described in subsection 162 (1) of the Act for which consent is not required under subsection 162 (2) or (3) of the Act:

1. The lease of a unit in a housing project, if the term of the lease does not exceed one year.

2. The lease of a part of a housing project or the land where it is located, other than a unit.

3. If a housing project is operated by a non-profit housing co-operative,

i. the grant of a right to occupy a member unit, or

ii. the grant of a right to occupy a non-member unit for a term not exceeding one year.

4. The transfer or mortgage of a housing project in a service area or the land where it is located if the service manager has provided the Province with an indemnity relating to the transfer or mortgage that is acceptable to the Minister.

5. The renewal or replacement of a mortgage if the renewal or replacement was in accordance with a system or process established by the Minister and the renewal or replacement does not increase the outstanding principal or alter the remaining amortization period.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 141.

Grant of easement or right of way, exception, s. 162 (4) of the Act

141.1 (1) The grant of an easement or right of way is prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 162 (4) of the Act, as a transaction relating to the land where a housing project described in subsection 162 (1) of the Act is located for which consent is not required under subsection 162 (3) of the Act. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

(2) Nothing in subsection (1) affects the obligation to obtain the consent of the service manager under subsection 162 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 101/14, s. 4.

Content of notice, s. 163 (2) of the Act

142. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 163 (2) of the Act, as requirements for a notice under subsection 163 (1) of the Act:

1. The notice must describe the transaction or activity for which consent was given.

2. The notice must set out,

i. the names of the parties involved in the transaction or activity,

ii. the legal description of the land involved in the transaction or activity, and

iii. details of any mortgage that is relevant to the transaction or activity.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 142.

Restrictions on Certain Corporate Changes

Content of notice, s. 166 (9) of the Act

143. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 166 (9) of the Act, as requirements for a notice under subsection 166 (8) of the Act:

1. The notice must describe the transaction or activity for which consent was given.

2. The notice must describe how the transaction or activity will affect the housing provider.

3. The notice must set out details of any mortgage that is relevant to the transaction or activity.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 143.

Exemptions for Certain Transfers

Prescribed transfers, par. 2 of s. 167 (2) of the Act

144. (1) The following transfers are prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 167 (2) of the Act:

1. A transfer to a local housing corporation from a corporation described in subparagraph 1 iii of subsection 167 (2) of the Act of all the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations of the corporation.

2. A transfer from Fengate Property Management Ltd., as the court-appointed liquidator of the assets, undertakings and properties of Slovak Villa, to Victoria Park Community Homes Inc. of any interest in the real property municipally known as 284 Clyde Road, Cambridge, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

3. A transfer from Mintz & Partners Limited, as the court-appointed receiver and manager of the undertaking, property and assets of Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc., to Simcoe County Housing Corporation of any interest in the real property municipally known as 201 Matthew Way, Collingwood, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

4. A transfer from Mintz & Partners Limited, as the court-appointed receiver and manager of the property, assets and undertaking of Moshav Noam Non-Profit Co-operative Housing Corporation, to Moshav Orr Non-Profit Housing Corporation of any interest in the real property municipally known as 525 Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

5. A transfer from Mintz & Partners Limited, as the court-appointed receiver and manager of the property, assets and undertaking of Kawartha Native Housing Society Incorporated, to the Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Corporation of any interest in real property set out in the Tables to this paragraph, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property:

Table 1

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Kawartha Phase 1

1.

579 Ashburnham Dr. 

2.

519 Bolivar St. 

3.

732 Chamberlain St. 

4.

697 Crawford Dr. 

5.

1197 Kenneth Ave. 

6.

220 Maxwell Ave. 

7.

489 Park St. North 

8.

437 Parkhill Rd. West 

9.

439 Parkhill Rd. West 

10.

335 Rogers St. 

11.

470 Rose Ave. 

12.

48A Springbrook Dr. 

13.

18 Stornoway Pl. 

14.

2057 Walker Ave. 

15.

916 Webber Ave. 

TABLE 2

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Kawartha Phase 2

1.

585 Douglas Ave. 

2.

2168 Easthill Dr. 

3.

140 Fradette Ave. 

4.

509 George St. South 

5.

548 Harvey St. 

6.

134 Hazlitt St. 

7.

592 McCannan Ave. 

8.

600 McKellar St. 

9.

684 McKellar St. 

10.

720 Monaghan Rd. 

11.

689 Park St. North 

12.

200 Rutherford Ave. 

13.

202 Rutherford Ave. 

14.

533 Sherbrooke St. 

15.

587 Simmons Ave. 

TABLE 3

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Kawartha Phase 3

1.

539 Crystal Dr.

2.

930 Dainard Dr.

3.

2096 Foxfarm Rd.

4.

64 Kawartha Heights Blvd.

5.

66 Kawartha Heights Blvd.

6.

282 McFarlane St.

7.

2141 Springwood Rd.

8.

857 Stocker Rd.

9.

2056 Walker Ave.

10.

2060 Walker Ave.

TABLE 4

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Kawartha Phase 4

1.

30 Applewood Crt.

2.

2032 Foxfarm Rd.

3.

2064 Foxfarm Rd.

4.

1992 Walker Ave.

6. A transfer from Mintz & Partners Limited, as the court-appointed receiver and manager of the property, assets and undertaking of Otonabee Native Homes Inc., to the Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Corporation of any interest in real property set out in the Tables to this paragraph, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property:

TABLE 1

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Otonabee Phase 1

1.

599 Braidwood Ave. 

2.

5 Bruce St. 

3.

928 Dainard Dr. 

4.

243 Denne Cres. 

5.

573 Douglas Ave. 

6.

570 Hopkins Ave. 

7.

446 McKellar St. 

8.

423 Parkhill Rd. West 

9.

337 Rogers St. 

10.

256 Romaine St. 

11.

223 Sherin Ave. 

12.

248 Spencley’s Ln. 

13.

46A Springbrook Dr. 

14.

653 Stewart St. 

15.

1009 St. Paul’s St.

16.

1026 Sydenham Rd. 

17.

1028 Western Ave. 

TABLE 2

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Otonabee Phase 2

1.

464 Brioux Ave. 

2.

529 Crystal Dr.

3.

942 Dainard Dr. 

4.

944 Dainard Dr. 

5.

748 Duffus St. 

6.

2088 Foxfarm Rd. 

7.

662 Gillespie Ave. 

8.

688 Monaghan Rd. 

9.

714 Mountain Ash Rd.

10.

287 Parkhill Rd. West

11.

580 Paterson St. 

12.

480 Rose Ave. 

13.

282 Sherbrooke St. 

14.

501 ½ Sherbrooke St.

15.

876 Sherbrooke St.

16.

109 Sophia St. 

17.

111 Stewart St. 

18.

2077 Walker Ave. 

TABLE 3

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Otonabee Phase 3

1.

17A Beechwood Dr.

2.

279 Caddy St.

3.

460 Crystal Dr.

4.

613 Downie St.

5.

353 Euclid Ave.

6.

771 Frank St.

7.

1070 High St.

8.

45B Kawartha Heights Blvd.

9.

286 McFarlane St.

10.

831 Milford Dr.

11.

995 Monaghan Rd.

12.

715 Mountain Ash Rd.

13.

859 Stocker Rd.

14.

2121 Walker Ave.

15.

727 Young St.

TABLE 4

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Otonabee Phase 4

1.

563 Armour Rd.

2.

337 Caddy St.

3.

1435 Clearview Dr.

4.

537 Crystal Dr.

5.

551 Crystal Dr.

6.

249 Denne Cres.

7.

618 Gillespie Ave.

8.

630 Little St.

9.

821 Milford Dr.

10.

208 Rutherford Ave.

11.

246 Spencley’s Ln.

12.

2076 Walker Ave.

TABLE 5

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Otonabee Phase 5

1.

1679 Applewood Cres.

2.

2707 Farmcrest Ave.

3.

2711 Farmcrest Ave.

4.

32 Lisburn St.

5.

12 Moir St.

6.

759 Mountain Ash Rd.

7. A transfer from Penewobecong Native Non-Profit Homes Inc. to Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Corporation of any interest in real property set out in the Tables to this paragraph, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property:

Table 1

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Penewobecong Phase 1

1.

14 Bayridge Ave., Blind River

2.

15 Bayridge Ave., Blind River

3.

16 Bayridge Ave., Blind River

4.

17 Bayridge Ave., Blind River

5.

11 Mountain Glen Rd., Blind River

6.

14 Mountain Glen Rd., Blind River

7.

15 Mountain Glen Rd., Blind River

8.

17 Mountain Glen Rd., Blind River

9.

16 Solomon St., Blind River

10.

18 Solomon St., Blind River

11.

22 Solomon St., Blind River

12.

24 Solomon St., Blind River

TABLE 2

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property: Penewobecong Phase 2

1.

27 Solomon St., Blind River

2.

29 Solomon St., Blind River

8. A transfer from Nipigon Housing Corporation to Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation of any interest in real property set out in the Table to this paragraph, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property:

Table

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property

1.

102 A Wade Cres., Nipigon

2.

102 B Wade Cres., Nipigon

3.

104 A Wade Cres., Nipigon

4.

104 B Wade Cres., Nipigon

5.

106 Wade Cres., Nipigon

6.

131 Wadsworth Dr., Nipigon

9. A transfer from Port Elgin Rotary Non-Profit Accommodations to Bruce County Housing Corporation of any interest in the real property municipally known as 539 Ivings Drive, Port Elgin, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

10. A transfer from Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario, as represented by the Minister of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure, to Fred Victor Centre of any interest in the real property municipally known as 20 Palace Street, Toronto, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

11. A transfer from Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario, as represented by the Minister of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure, to Wigwamen Incorporated of any interest in the real property municipally known as 75 Cooperage Street, Toronto, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

12. A transfer from the Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation to The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board of any interest in real property set out in the Table to this paragraph, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property:

Table

 

Item

Municipal Address of Property

1.

366-368 Arundel St., Thunder Bay

2.

927-929 Athabasca St., Thunder Bay

3.

700-702 Atlantic Ave., Thunder Bay

4.

80-82 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

5.

84-86 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

6.

118 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

7.

120-122 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

8.

124-126 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

9.

136A-136B Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

10.

138-140 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

11.

211-213 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

12.

215-217 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

13.

218-220 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

14.

219-221 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

15.

222-224 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

16.

223-225 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

17.

226-228 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

18.

227-229 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

19.

230 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

20.

231-233 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

21.

232-234 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

22.

235-237 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

23.

236-238 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

24.

239-241 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

25.

240-242 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

26.

243-245 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

27.

244-246 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

28.

248-250 Blucher Ave., Thunder Bay

29.

322-324 Conyers St., Thunder Bay

30.

538 County Blvd., Thunder Bay

31.

540 County Blvd., Thunder Bay

32.

76 Cumberland St. South, Thunder Bay

33.

382-384 Cuyler St., Thunder Bay

34.

170 Donald St. West, Thunder Bay

35.

430 Erindale Cres., Thunder Bay

36.

432 Erindale Cres., Thunder Bay

37.

315-317 First Ave., Thunder Bay

38.

319-321 First Ave., Thunder Bay

39.

365-367 Grenville Ave., Thunder Bay

40.

1200 Jasper Dr., Thunder Bay

41.

108-110 Kenwood Ave., Thunder Bay

42.

112-114 Kenwood Ave., Thunder Bay

43.

617 Lanark Cres., Thunder Bay

44.

619 Lanark Cres., Thunder Bay

45.

620 Lanark Cres., Thunder Bay

46.

622 Lanark Cres., Thunder Bay

47.

700-702 McLaughlin St., Thunder Bay

48.

704-706 McLaughlin St., Thunder Bay

49.

824-826 McLaughlin St., Thunder Bay

50.

104-106 Melvin Ave., Thunder Bay

51.

108-110 Melvin Ave., Thunder Bay

52.

1512 Neebing Ave., Thunder Bay

53.

112 Newberry Cres., Thunder Bay

54.

114 Newberry Cres., Thunder Bay

55.

144 Hill St. North, Thunder Bay

56.

146 Hill St. North, Thunder Bay

57.

148 May St. North, Thunder Bay

58.

425 Vickers St. North, Thunder Bay

59.

162-164 Windemere Ave. North, Thunder Bay

60.

110-112 Parsons Ave., Thunder Bay

61.

118-120 Parsons Ave., Thunder Bay

62.

128-130 Parsons Ave., Thunder Bay

63.

131-133 Parsons Ave., Thunder Bay

64.

219 Pearl St., Thunder Bay

65.

283 Pearl St., Thunder Bay

66.

209-211 Piccadilly Ave., Thunder Bay

67.

68-70 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

68.

69-71 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

69.

72-74 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

70.

73-75 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

71.

76-78 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

72.

77-79 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

73.

80-82 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

74.

81-83 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

75.

84-86 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

76.

85-87 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

77.

88-90 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

78.

89-91 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

79.

92-94 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

80.

93-95 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

81.

96-98 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

82.

97-99 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

83.

100-102 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

84.

101-103 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

85.

104-106 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

86.

105-107 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

87.

108-110 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

88.

109-111 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

89.

112-114 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

90.

113-115 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

91.

116-118 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

92.

117-119 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

93.

120-122 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

94.

121-123 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

95.

124-126 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

96.

125-127 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

97.

128-130 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

98.

129-131 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

99.

132-134 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

100.

133-135 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

101.

136-138 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

102.

137-139 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

103.

140-142 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

104.

141-143 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

105.

144-146 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

106.

145-147 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

107.

148-150 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

108.

149-151 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

109.

228-230 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

110.

229-231 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

111.

232-234 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

112.

233-235 Picton Ave., Thunder Bay

113.

212-214 Regina Ave., Thunder Bay

114.

443-445 River Rd., Thunder Bay

115.

210 Ross St., Thunder Bay

116.

7-9 Ryde Ave., Thunder Bay

117.

366-368 Shuniah St., Thunder Bay

118.

247-247B Stephens St., Thunder Bay

119.

300-302 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

120.

301-303 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

121.

304-306 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

122.

305-307 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

123.

308-310 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

124.

309-311 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

125.

312-314 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

126.

313-315 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

127.

316-318 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

128.

317-319 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

129.

320-322 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

130.

321-323 Tamarack Pl., Thunder Bay

131.

102 Wade Cres., Nipigon

132.

104 Wade Cres., Nipigon

133.

106 Wade Cres., Nipigon

134.

131 Wadsworth Dr., Nipigon

135.

501-503 Walkover St., Thunder Bay

136.

507-509 Walkover St., Thunder Bay

137.

513-515 Walkover St., Thunder Bay

138.

519-521 Walkover St., Thunder Bay

139.

1908 Frederica St. West, Thunder Bay

140.

1930 Frederica St. West, Thunder Bay

141.

1940 Frederica St. West, Thunder Bay

142.

515 Gore St. West, Thunder Bay

143.

113A-113 Redwood Ave. West, Thunder Bay

13. A transfer from Open Door Concepts Welland Inc to Gateway Residential and Community Support Services of Niagara Inc. of any interest in the real property municipally known as 60 King Street West, Welland, Ontario, together with the assets, liabilities, rights and obligations related to the ownership or operation of the real property.

O. Reg. 38/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 280/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 422/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 188/13, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 330/13, s. 1; O. Reg. 111/14, s. 1; O. Reg. 238/14, s. 1; 2015, O. Reg. 122/15, s. 1; O. Reg. 415/15, s. 1; O. Reg. 250/16, s. 1.

(2) Subject to subsection (3), during the two-year period following the repeal of the former Act, the transfers prescribed under section 15 of Ontario Regulation 368/01 (General) made under the former Act, as that section read immediately before being revoked, are prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 167 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 188/13, s. 1 (2).

(3) The transfers prescribed in paragraphs 20 and 21 of section 15 of Ontario Regulation 368/01 (General) made under the former Act, as that section read immediately before being revoked, are not prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 167 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 188/13, s. 1 (2).

Dealing with Information

Personal information, prescribed programs, s. 169 (1) of the Act

145. The housing programs prescribed for the purposes of the definition of “transferred housing program” in section 2 of the Act are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 169 (1) of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 145.

Personal information, prescribed standards, s. 169 (1) of the Act

146. (1) This section prescribes standards, for the purposes of subsection 169 (1) of the Act, for the collection, use, disclosure and safeguarding of privacy of personal information and for a person’s access to his or her personal information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (1).

(2) A provider shall not disclose personal information obtained in the course of providing the services described in subsection 169 (1) of the Act except,

(a) if the person to whom the personal information relates consents to the disclosure;

(b) if the person to whom the personal information relates is less than 16 years old or is unable for any reason to give a valid consent and consent is given by another person who,

(i) is the parent of the person to whom the personal information relates, if that person is less than 16 years old,

(ii) is the guardian of the person to whom the personal information relates,

(iii) is an attorney of the person to whom the personal information relates under a power of attorney that authorizes the attorney to give the consent on that person’s behalf, or

(iv) is otherwise authorized to give the consent on behalf of the person to whom the personal information relates;

(c) if the disclosure is authorized by, or is for the purpose of complying with, the Act or a regulation under the Act;

(d) if the disclosure is authorized by law;

(e) for the purpose for which it was obtained or compiled or for a consistent purpose;

(f) if the disclosure is made to a director, officer, employee, consultant, agent or volunteer of the provider who needs the record in the performance of their duties;

(g) if the disclosure is to aid an investigation undertaken with a view to a law enforcement proceeding or from which a law enforcement proceeding is likely to result and the disclosure is to a person or organization referred to in subsection 174 (1) or (2) of the Act or a law enforcement agency;

(h) in compelling circumstances affecting the health or safety of a person if upon disclosure notification is mailed to the last known address of the person to whom the information relates; or

(i) in compassionate circumstances, to facilitate contact with the spouse, a close relative or a friend of a person who is injured, ill or deceased.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (2).

(3) A provider shall not collect or use personal information except,

(a) as is necessary for purposes relating to the performance of its powers and duties under the Act or a regulation under the Act, including powers and duties delegated to the provider under section 17 of the Act; or

(b) as otherwise authorized by law.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (3).

(4) A provider that collects personal information from the person to which it relates shall ensure that the person is given written notice,

(a) of the purpose or purposes of the collection;

(b) that the information may be shared as necessary for the purpose of making decisions or verifying eligibility for assistance under the Act, the Ontario Disability Support Program Act, 1997, the Ontario Works Act, 1997 or the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014, or as authorized by an agreement under section 171 or 172 of the Act; and

(c) of the name, title, business address and business telephone number of a person who can answer questions and respond to complaints about the collection, use or disclosure of the information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (4); O. Reg. 150/16, s. 7.

(5) A provider shall take whatever steps are reasonably necessary to safeguard the privacy of personal information in its custody or control, and when it disposes of personal information shall do so in a secure manner.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (5).

(6) A provider who has custody or control of personal information shall allow the person to whom the information relates to have access to it on request, if the person provides satisfactory identification.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (6).

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply if,

(a) the personal information to which the person seeks access contains or reveals personal information about another person that could not be disclosed, under subsection (2), to the first-named person;

(b) it would be unreasonably difficult for the provider to retrieve and allow access to the personal information; or

(c) the disclosure of the personal information could reasonably be expected to prejudice the mental or physical health or mental or physical security of any person, including the person seeking access to the information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (7).

(8) A person who is given access to personal information under subsection (6) is entitled, on request,

(a) to have the provider correct the personal information; or

(b) to have the provider attach to the personal information a statement of disagreement reflecting any requested correction that was not made.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (8).

(9) A provider shall ensure that the provider’s directors, officers, employees, agents and volunteers comply with the standards prescribed by this section.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (9).

(10) Subsection (11) applies with respect to the following personal information:

1. Personal information collected for the purpose of determining whether a household should be included in the special priority household category.

2. Personal information, whether or not it is collected for the purpose described in paragraph 1, that relates to the abuse of a member of a household by an individual who is or was living with the member or who is sponsoring the member as an immigrant.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (10).

(11) The following apply with respect to the personal information described in subsection (10):

1. Despite any other subsection in this section, the personal information shall not be disclosed or used except,

i. for the purpose for which it was collected, or

ii. with consent to the disclosure or use as described in paragraph 2.

2. The consent referred to in subparagraph 1 ii is the consent of the abused person or, if the abused person is less than 16 years old or is unable for any reason to give a valid consent, the consent of another person who,

i. is the parent of the abused person, if that person is less than 16 years old,

ii. is the guardian of the abused person,

iii. is an attorney of the abused person under a power of attorney that authorizes the attorney to give the consent on that person’s behalf, or

iv. is otherwise authorized to give the consent on the abused person’s behalf.

3. Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to the personal information.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (11).

(12) In this section,

“law enforcement” means,

(a) policing,

(b) investigations or inspections that lead or could lead to proceedings in a court or tribunal if a penalty or sanction could be imposed in those proceedings, and

(c) the conduct of proceedings referred to in clause (b);

“parent”, in relation to an individual, includes a person who has demonstrated a settled intention to treat the individual as a child of his or her family, but does not include a person in whose home the individual has been placed as a foster child for consideration;

“provider” means any person to whom section 169 of the Act applies.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 146 (12).

Restriction re prescribed personal information, s. 175 of the Act

147. (1) Personal information collected by a service manager or special needs housing administrator as defined in section 38 of the Act for the purposes of determining whether a household should be included in the special priority household category is prescribed for the purposes of section 175 of the Act.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 147 (1).

(2) Personal information prescribed under subsection (1) may be disclosed or shared under section 171, 172 or 174 of the Act only for the purpose of determining whether the household should be included in the special priority household category.  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 147 (2).

148. Omitted (provides for amendments to this Regulation).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 148.

149. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).  O. Reg. 367/11, s. 149.

SCHEDULE 1
Housing Programs prescribed for the definition of “transferred housing program” (section 2)

Program Category Number 1 (a)
Description

1. 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.

Program Category Number 1 (b)
Description

2. 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.

Program Category Number 2 (a)
Description

3. All Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by Local Housing Authorities or the Ministry that are not included in paragraph 4, including the following:

i. Rent Supplement — Regular.

ii. Accelerated Rental CMHC.

iii. Accelerated Rental OMC.

iv. Community Integrated.

v. Assisted Rentals.

vi. Limited Dividend.

vii. Private Assisted Rental.

viii. Ontario Rental Construction Plan.

ix. Canada Rental Supply Plan.

x. Convert-to-rent.

xi. Canada Ontario Rental Supply Plan.

xii. Renterprise.

xiii. Low Rise Rehabilitation.

xiv. Ontario Rental Construction Loan.

xv. Assisted Rental Housing.

xvi. Ontario Accelerated Family Rental Housing.

Program Category Number 2 (b)
Description

4. With respect to units in projects owned, leased or administered by non-profit housing providers, the Rent Supplement Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry that are not specifically listed in paragraph 3, including the following programs:

i. Community Sponsored Housing Program (1978-1985).

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

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

Program Category Number 3
Description

5. The Limited Dividend Entrepreneur Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 26 as that section read before being repealed in 1999.

Program Category Number 4
Description

6. The Non-Profit Low Rental Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), sections 26 and 27 as those sections read before being repealed in 1999.

Program Category Number 5
Description

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

Program Category Number 6 (a)
Description

8. With respect to non-profit housing providers other than non-profit housing co-operatives, the Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including the following:

i. jobsOntario Homes.

ii. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3,000).

iii. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3,600).

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

v. Homes Now.

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

Program  Category Number 6 (b)
Description

9. With respect to non-profit housing co-operatives, the Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program, but including the following:

i. jobsOntario Homes.

ii. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3,000).

iii. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3,600).

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

v. Homes Now.

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

Program Category  Number 6 (c)
Description

10. The Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program (1978-1985).

Program Category Number 7
Description

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

Program Category Number 8
Description

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

O. Reg. 101/14, s. 5.

SCHEDULE 2
SERVICE MANAGERS AND SERVICE AREAS (SECTION 6)

Item

Column 1

Service Managers

Column 2

Service Areas

1.

City of Brantford

County of Brant and City of Brantford

2.

County of Bruce

County of Bruce

3.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

4.

City of Cornwall

City of Cornwall and United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

5.

County of Dufferin

County of Dufferin

6.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Regional Municipality of Durham

7.

City of Greater Sudbury

City of Greater Sudbury

8.

County of Grey

County of Grey

9.

Regional Municipality of Halton

Regional Municipality of Halton

10.

City of Hamilton

City of Hamilton

11.

County of Hastings

County of Hastings, City of Belleville and City of Quinte West

12.

County of Huron

County of Huron

13.

City of Kawartha Lakes

City of Kawartha Lakes and County of Haliburton

14.

City of Kingston

City of Kingston and the County of Frontenac

15.

County of Lambton

County of Lambton

16.

County of Lanark

County of Lanark and Town of Smiths Falls

17.

United Counties of Leeds and Grenville

United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, City of Brockville, Town of Gananoque and Town of Prescott

18.

County of Lennox and Addington

County of Lennox and Addington and County of Prince Edward

19.

City of London

City of London and County of Middlesex

20.

District Municipality of Muskoka

District Municipality of Muskoka

21.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Regional Municipality of Niagara

22.

Norfolk County

Norfolk County and Haldimand County

23.

County of Northumberland

County of Northumberland

24.

City of Ottawa

City of Ottawa

25.

County of Oxford

County of Oxford

26.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Regional Municipality of Peel

27.

City of Peterborough

County of Peterborough and City of Peterborough

28.

United Counties of Prescott and Russell

United Counties of Prescott and Russell

29.

County of Renfrew

County of Renfrew, including City of Pembroke

30.

County of Simcoe

County of Simcoe, City of Barrie and City of Orillia

31.

City of St. Thomas

City of St. Thomas and County of Elgin

32.

City of Stratford

County of Perth, City of Stratford and Town of St. Marys

33.

City of Toronto

City of Toronto

34.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

35.

County of Wellington

County of Wellington and City of Guelph

36.

City of Windsor

City of Windsor, County of Essex and Township of Pelee

37.

Regional Municipality of York

Regional Municipality of York

38.

Algoma District Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

39.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

40.

Kenora District Services Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

41.

Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

42.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

43.

District of Parry Sound Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

44.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

45.

District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

46.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

47.

District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board

The district designated for the board under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act

O. Reg. 101/14, s. 5.

SCHEDULE 3
HOUSING PROVIDERS THAT ARE SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING ADMINISTRATORS (SECTION 17)

Item

Service Manager

Housing Provider/Special Needs Housing Administrator

1.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation

2.

City of Cornwall

Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation

3.

City of Cornwall

Finch & District Seniors Housing Corporation

4.

City of Cornwall

Logement Marguerite d’Youville Inc.

5.

City of Cornwall

Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation

6.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Borelia Co-operative Homes Inc.

7.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Cornerstone Community Association Durham Inc.

8.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Duffin’s Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

9.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Durham Christian Homes Inc.

10.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation

11.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Gateway Community Homes (Durham) Inc.

12.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc.

13.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Heritage Community Housing Corporation

14.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Maple Glen Housing Co-Operative

15.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Sunrise Seniors Place (Oshawa-Durham) Inc.

16.

County of Grey

Lutheran Social Services (Hanover) Inc.

17.

County of Grey

Lutheran Social Services (Owen Sound)

18.

County of Grey

Owen Sound Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corp.

19.

County of Grey

The Women’s Centre (Grey-Bruce) Inc.

20.

Regional Municipality of Halton

Guelph Line Seniors Non-Profit Residential Corporation

21.

Regional Municipality of Halton

Halton Community Housing Corporation

22.

Regional Municipality of Halton

Ontario March of Dimes Non-Profit Housing Corporation

23.

City of Hamilton

Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc.

24.

City of Hamilton

Hamilton Housing Corporation

25.

City of Hamilton

Local 1005 Community Homes Inc.

26.

City of Hamilton

McMaster Community Homes Corp.

27.

City of Hamilton

Stoney Creek Community Homes Inc.

28.

City of Hamilton

Victoria Park Community Homes Inc.

29.

City of Hamilton

Wesley Community Homes Inc.

30.

County of Hastings

Trenton Non-Profit Housing Corporation

31.

County of Huron

Women’s Shelter, Second Stage Housing and Counselling Services of Huron

32.

County of Huron

Vanastra Lions Club Apartments Inc.

33.

City of Kingston

Bridge House (Kingston) Incorporated

34.

City of Kingston

Kingston Home Base Non-Profit Housing Inc.

35.

City of Kingston

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Kingston

36.

County of Lanark

The Mills Community Support Corporation

37.

City of London

Cheshire Homes of London Inc.

38.

City of London

London & Middlesex Housing Corporation

39.

City of London

Lutheran Independent Living (London)

40.

City of London

Mission Services of London

41.

City of London

Sherwood Forest (Trinity) Housing

42.

City of London

Windy Woods Co-operative Homes of London Inc.

43.

City of London

Women’s Community House

44.

District Municipality of Muskoka

Bracebridge Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

45.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. Catharines)

46.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the United Church

47.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Open Door Concepts Welland Inc.

48.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc.

49.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc.

50.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects of Niagara

51.

Norfolk County

South & Metcalfe Non-Profit Housing Corporation

52.

County of Northumberland

Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge

53.

City of Ottawa

Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) Corporation

54.

City of Ottawa

Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation

55.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Aghabi Non-Profit Housing Inc.

56.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Armagh House

57.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Britannia Glen Housing Co-operative Homes Inc.

58.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (1).

 

59.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (1).

 

60.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (1).

 

61.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Forum Italia Non-Profit Housing Corporation

62.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Kimbermount Place Inc.

63.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (1).

 

64.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Lom Nava Housing Co-operative Inc.

64.1

Regional Municipality of Peel

Neelands Place Inc.

65.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Pathway Non-Profit Community Developments Incorporated of Peel

66.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Peel Housing Corporation

67.

Regional Municipality of Peel

St. Mary's Senior Citizen’s Residence Brampton Inc.

68.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Tannery Gate Tower Co-operative Homes Inc.

69.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Tinimint Housing Non-Profit Inc.

70.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (4).

 

71.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Windsor Hill Non-Profit Housing Corporation

72.

City of Peterborough

Kawartha Participation Projects

73.

City of Peterborough

St. John’s Retirement Homes Inc.

74.

City of Peterborough

Sunshine Homes Non-Profit Inc.

75.

City of St. Thomas

Dutton & District Lions Non-Profit Housing Inc.

76.

City of St. Thomas

Elgin & St. Thomas Housing Corporation

77.

City of Stratford

Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences

78.

City of Toronto

1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences Inc.

79.

City of Toronto

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto

80.

City of Toronto

ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes Inc.

81.

City of Toronto

Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace Inc.

82.

City of Toronto

Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of Toronto

83.

City of Toronto

Almise Co-operative Homes Inc.

84.

City of Toronto

Anduhyaun Inc.

85.

City of Toronto

Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc.

86.

City of Toronto

Atahualpa Housing Co-operative Inc.

87.

City of Toronto

Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation

88.

City of Toronto

Barsa Kelly/Cari Can Co-Op Homes Inc.

89.

City of Toronto

Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation

90.

City of Toronto

Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc.

91.

City of Toronto

Blue Danube Housing Development

92.

City of Toronto

B’Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Project (Torresdale) Inc.

93.

City of Toronto

Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizen Non-Profit Housing Corp.

94.

City of Toronto

Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc.

95.

City of Toronto

Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc.

96.

City of Toronto

Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation

97.

City of Toronto

Central King Seniors Residence

98.

City of Toronto

Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated

99.

City of Toronto

Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc.

100.

City of Toronto

Deep Quong Non-Profit (Metro Toronto) Homes Inc.

101.

City of Toronto

Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated

102.

City of Toronto

Duncan Mills Labourers’ Local 183 Co-operative Homes Inc.

103.

City of Toronto

Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc.

104.

City of Toronto

Ernescliffe Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc.

105.

City of Toronto

Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation

106.

City of Toronto

Family Action Network Housing Corporation (Ontario)

107.

City of Toronto

Fred Victor Centre

108.

City of Toronto

Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc.

109.

City of Toronto

Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc.

110.

City of Toronto

Glen Park Co-operative Homes Inc.

111.

City of Toronto

Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences Corporation

112.

City of Toronto

Harbour Channel Housing Co-operative Inc.

113.

City of Toronto

Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc.

114.

City of Toronto

Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc.

115.

City of Toronto

Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes

116.

City of Toronto

Homes First Society

117.

City of Toronto

Hospital Workers’ Housing Co-operative Inc.

118.

City of Toronto

Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc.

119.

City of Toronto

Humbervale Christian Outreach Foundation Inc.

120.

City of Toronto

Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation

121.

City of Toronto

Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corp.

122.

City of Toronto

Jarvis-George Housing Co-operative Inc.

123.

City of Toronto

Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc.

124.

City of Toronto

Kingsway-Lambton Homes For Seniors Inc.

125.

City of Toronto

Knights Village Non-Profit Homes Inc.

126.

City of Toronto

La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc.

127.

City of Toronto

Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc.

128.

City of Toronto

Lakeshore Village Artists Co-operative Inc.

129.

City of Toronto

Las Flores Non-Profit Housing Corporation

130.

City of Toronto

Loyola Arrupe Corporation

131.

City of Toronto

Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc.

132.

City of Toronto

Maple Leaf Drive Seniors Non-Profit Residence

133.

City of Toronto

Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative

134.

City of Toronto

Marketview Housing Co-operative

135.

City of Toronto

Mary Lambert Swale Non-Profit Homes Inc.

136.

City of Toronto

Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc.

137.

City of Toronto

Maurice Coulter Housing Co-operative Inc.

138.

City of Toronto

McClintock Manor

139.

City of Toronto

Metta Housing Co-operative Inc.

140.

City of Toronto

Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing Corporation

141.

City of Toronto

Mimico Co-operative Homes Incorporated

142.

City of Toronto

Muriel Collins Housing Co-operative Inc.

143.

City of Toronto

Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc.

144.

City of Toronto

Nakiska Co-operative Homes Inc.

145.

City of Toronto

Neighborhood Link Homes

146.

City of Toronto

New Hibret Co-operative Inc.

147.

City of Toronto

Niagara Neighbourhood Housing Co-operative

148.

City of Toronto

Nishnawbe Homes Incorporated

149.

City of Toronto

Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit Housing. Inc.

150.

City of Toronto

Operation Springboard

151.

City of Toronto

Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge

152.

City of Toronto

Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc.

153.

City of Toronto

Peggy and Andrew Brewin Co-operative

154.

City of Toronto

Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc.

155.

City of Toronto

Performing Arts Lodges of Canada

156.

City of Toronto

Project Esperance/Project Hope Corporation

157.

City of Toronto

Rakoczi Villa

158.

City of Toronto

Richview Baptist Foundation

159.

City of Toronto

Riverdale Housing Action Group Corporation

160.

City of Toronto

Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes Inc.

161.

City of Toronto

Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc.

162.

City of Toronto

Robin Gardner Voce Non-Profit Homes Inc.

163.

City of Toronto

Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes Inc.

164.

City of Toronto

Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc.

165.

City of Toronto

St. John’s Polish National Catholic Cathedral Residence Corp.

166.

City of Toronto

St. Margaret Community Homes Inc.

167.

City of Toronto

St. Mark’s (Don Mills) Non-Profit Housing Corporation

168.

City of Toronto

Tahanan Non-Profit Homes Corporation

169.

City of Toronto

Tamil Co-operative Homes

170.

City of Toronto

Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corp.

171.

City of Toronto

The St. Margaret’s Towers Inc.

172.

City of Toronto

Tobias House of Toronto – Caring for People in the Spirit of Saint Francis Incorporated

173.

City of Toronto

Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes & Services

174.

City of Toronto

Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc.

175.

City of Toronto

Upwood Park/Salvador Del Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc.

176.

City of Toronto

Victoria-Shuter Non-Profit Housing Corporation

177.

City of Toronto

Vila Gaspar Corte Real Inc.

178.

City of Toronto

Villa Otthon (Lambton)

179.

City of Toronto

Vincent Paul Family Homes Corporation

180.

City of Toronto

Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc.

181.

City of Toronto

West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc.

182.

City of Toronto

Westminster Church Seniors’ Housing

183.

City of Toronto

Wilcox Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

184.

City of Toronto

Wilmar Heights Housing Co-operative Inc.

185.

City of Toronto

Woodgreen Community Housing Inc.

186.

City of Toronto

Yee Hong Chinese Evergreen Homes (Metro Toronto) Corporation

187.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Better Canada Homes Non-Profit Corporation

188.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Cambridge Kiwanis Village Non-Profit Housing Corporation

189.

County of Wellington

Gerousia Inc.

190.

County of Wellington

Guelph Independent Living

191.

County of Wellington

Guelph Non-Profit Housing Corporation

192.

County of Wellington

Victor Davis Memorial Court Non-Profit Homes Inc.

193.

City of Windsor

Belle River Co-operative Homes Inc.

194.

City of Windsor

Glengarry Non-Profit Housing Corporation

195.

City of Windsor

Glengarry Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Phase II)

196.

City of Windsor

Grachanica Non-Profit Housing Corporation

197.

City of Windsor

John Moynahan Co-operative Homes Inc.

198.

City of Windsor

Labour Community Service Centre

199.

City of Windsor

Windsor Essex Community Housing Corporation

200.

City of Windsor

Windsor Y Residence Inc.

201.

Regional Municipality of York

Hagerman Corners Community Homes

202.

Regional Municipality of York

Housing York Inc.

203.

Regional Municipality of York

Kinsmen Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Richmond Hill)

204.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (4).

 

205.

Regional Municipality of York

Richmond Hill Ecumenical Homes Corporation

206.

Revoked: O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6 (4).

 

207.

Regional Municipality of York

Thornhill St. Luke’s Senior Homes Inc.

208.

Regional Municipality of York

Water Street Non-Profit Homes Inc.

209.

Algoma District Services Administration Board

Town of Blind River Non-Profit Housing Corporation

210.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

Access Better Living Inc.

211.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

Cochrane District Housing Support Services Inc.

212.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

Riverside Acres of Toronto

213.

Kenora District Services Board

Dryden MNP Housing Corporation

214.

Kenora District Services Board

Hoshizaki House Non-Profit Housing Corporation

215.

Kenora District Services Board

Kenora Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

216.

Kenora District Services Board

Town of Sioux Lookout Non-Profit Housing Corporation

217.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

Physically Handicapped Adults’ Rehabilitation Association Nipissing-Parry Sound

218.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

Temagami Non-Profit Housing Corporation

219.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

West Nipissing Non-Profit Housing Corporation/La Corporation de logement à but non lucratif de Nipissing Ouest

220.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

Golden Age Manor (Emo) Inc.

221.

District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board

The Columbus Club of Sault Ste. Marie Housing Corporation

222.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Lutheran Community Housing Corporation of Thunder Bay

223.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Nipigon Housing Corporation

224.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation

O. Reg. 367/11, Schedule 3; O. Reg. 101/14, s. 6.

SCHEDULE 4
Service Levels prescribed for Service managers (Sections 19 and 22)

Item

Column 1
Service Manager

Column 2
Households at or below household income limit clause 40 (1) (a) of the Act

Column 3
High need households clause 40 (1) (b) of the Act

Column 4
Modified units paragraph 1 of subsection 41 (1) of the Act

1.

City of Brantford

1, 645

963

61

2.

County of Bruce

601

380

22

3.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

1,365

747

63

4.

City of Cornwall

1,843

1,172

136

5.

County of Dufferin

456

255

19

6.

Regional Municipality of Durham

4,446

2,109

237

7.

City of Greater Sudbury

3,603

2,151

155

8.

County of Grey

1,210

778

52

9.

Regional Municipality of Halton

2,953

1,638

205

10.

City of Hamilton

9,257

5,174

332

11.

County of Hastings

1,980

1,197

55

12.

County of Huron

529

352

15

13.

City of Kawartha Lakes

871

522

32

14.

City of Kingston

2,003

1,368

74

15.

County of Lambton

1,075

683

66

16.

County of Lanark

771

376

31

17.

United Counties of Leeds and Grenville

987

640

18

18.

County of Lennox and Addington

497

348

12

19.

City of London

5,939

3,380

289

20.

District Municipality of Muskoka

476

270

21

21.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

5,471

2,973

232

22.

Norfolk County

656

385

20

23.

County of Northumberland

677

377

22

24.

City of Ottawa

16,502

9,559

602

25.

County of Oxford

1,020

605

22

26.

Regional Municipality of Peel

8,424

3,506

412

27.

City of Peterborough

1,569

944

63

28.

United Counties of Prescott and Russell

682

390

44

29.

County of Renfrew

1,275

837

28

30.

County of Simcoe

2,801

1,442

111

31.

City of St. Thomas

946

517

39

32.

City of Stratford

993

648

40

33.

City of Toronto

73,346

31,329

1,573

34.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

5,882

3,139

348

35.

County of Wellington

2,342

1,320

149

36.

City of Windsor

5,726

3,381

175

37.

Regional Municipality of York

3,988

1,757

326

38.

Algoma District Services Administration Board

464

308

10

39.

District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board

1,959

1,264

92

40.

Kenora District Services Board

867

562

56

41.

Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board

323

186

14

42.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

1,522

807

56

43.

District of Parry Sound Social Services Administration Board

278

129

5

44.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

438

264

18

45.

District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board

1,869

1,102

71

46.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

3,601

1,987

263

47.

District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board

589

241

11

O. Reg. 367/11, Schedule 4.

SCHEDULE 5
rules and criteria for transferred housing programs and projects (SECTION 86)

Item

Housing Program

Rules and Criteria

1.

Public Housing (Programs described in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide adequate publicly owned rental housing accommodation for households.

  2. The service manager shall provide rent-geared-to-income units and may provide market rent units to households.

  3. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a rent-geared-to-income unit, shall not exceed the applicable household income limit.

  4. The rent for a market unit shall be less than the fair market rent for similar accommodation in the same vicinity.

2.

Rent Supplement (Programs described in paragraphs 3 and 4 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide rent-geared-to-income units to households.

  2. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a rent-geared-to-income unit, shall not exceed the applicable household income limit.

3.

Limited Dividend (Program described in paragraph 5 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide units to households.

  2. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a unit, shall not exceed the limit set by the service manager.

  3. The rent for a unit shall be less than the fair market rent for similar accommodation in the same vicinity.

4.

Non-Profit Low Rental (Program described in paragraph 6 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide units to households.

  2. Only units in non-profit housing projects may be provided.

  3. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a unit, shall not exceed the limit set by the service manager.

  4. The rent for a unit shall be less than the fair market rent for similar accommodation in the same vicinity.

5.

Non-Profit 2% Write-Down (Program described in paragraph 7 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide market units and rent-geared-to-income units to households.

  2. Only units in non-profit housing projects may be provided.

  3. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a rent-geared-to-income unit, shall not exceed the applicable household income limit.

  4. The rent to be paid for a rent-geared-to-income unit shall not be less than the rent that would have been determined under Part V of the Act.

  5. The rent for a market unit shall be established annually by the service manager at not more than 95% of the fair market rent for similar accommodation in the same vicinity.

6.

Non-Profit Full Assistance (Programs described in paragraphs 8, 9 and 10 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide market units and rent-geared-to-income units to households.

  2. Only units in non-profit housing projects and projects owned by service managers or corporations wholly owned by service managers may be provided.

  3. At least 25% of the units in each housing project shall be rent-geared-to-income units.

7.

Urban Native Fully Targeted (Program described in paragraph 11 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide rent-geared-to-income units to aboriginal households.

  2. Only units in aboriginal non-profit housing projects to which this program applies may be provided.

  3. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a unit, shall not exceed the applicable household income limit.

  4. The service manager shall ensure that as many units as possible in each housing project are rent-geared-to-income units.

8.

Urban Native 2% Write-Down (Program described in paragraph 12 of Schedule 1)

  1. The service manager shall provide market units and rent-geared-to-income units to aboriginal households.

  2. Only units in non-profit housing projects to which this program applies may be provided.

  3. The annual income of a household, at the time of its selection to reside in a rent-geared-to-income unit, shall not exceed the applicable household income limit.

  4. The rent to be paid for a rent-geared-to-income unit shall not be less than the rent that would have been determined under Part V of the Act.

  5. The rent for a market unit shall be established annually by the service manager at not more than 95% of the fair market rent for similar accommodation in the same vicinity.

O. Reg. 101/14, s. 7; O. Reg. 150/16, s. 8.

SCHEDULE 6
Members of the Housing Services Corporation Non-profit Corporations (Section 129)

Item

Housing Providers that are Non-Profit Corporation Members

1.

“We Care” Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc.

2.

1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences Inc.

3.

A.H.E. Affordable Housing East Non-Profit Housing Corporation

4.

Aamikkowiish Non-Profit Housing (1994) Incorporated

5.

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph

6.

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto

7.

ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes

8.

Affordable Housing Now for Parry Sound Corporation

9.

Aghabi Non-Profit Housing Inc.

10.

Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace Inc.

11.

Ajax Municipal Housing Corporation

12.

AKWA Honsta (Non-Profit Aboriginal Homes) Inc.

13.

Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of Toronto

14.

Aldersgate Homes Incorporated

15.

All Nations Family Housing Corporation (Sudbury)

16.

All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society

17.

Ambassador Huron Non-Profit Housing Corporation

18.

Amherstburg Non-Profit Seniors Housing Corporation

19.

Ancaster Village Non-Profit Homes

20.

Anchorage Homes, Services & Initiatives Inc.

21.

Anduhyaun Inc.

22.

Angus Legion Gardens Senior Citizens Complex

23.

Aots Community Homes Inc.

24.

Argyle Manor (A Non-Profit Housing Corporation)

25.

Arkona Lions Non-Profit Housing Inc.

26.

Armagh

27.

Artaban Non-Profit Homes Inc.

28.

Artscape Non-Profit Homes Inc.

29.

Asher Christian Seniors Inc.

30.

Athens Villa Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Toronto

31.

Atikokan Crisis Centre

32.

Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation

33.

Azilda Senior Citizen’s Non-Profit Housing Corporation

34.

B’Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Program (Charles-Hayden) Inc.

35.

B’Nai Brith Canada Senior Citizen’s Residential Program

36.

Bancroft Bible Chapel Non-Profit Housing Corp.

37.

Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc.

38.

Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation

39.

Beek Lindsay Seniors Residences Cornwall

40.

Beendigen Incorporated

41.

Belleville Emmanuel Residences for Senior Citizens Corporation

42.

Belleville Non-Profit Housing Corporation

43.

Bello Horizonte Non-Profit Homes Corp.

44.

Belmore Non-Profit Housing Corporation

45.

Bethany Christian Residences of London

46.

Bethel Seniors’ Apartments Sarnia

47.

Beth-Zuriel Non-Profit Housing Corporation

48.

Better Canada Homes Non-Profit Corporation

49.

Blue Danube Housing Development (Ontario) Inc.

50.

Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizens Non-Profit Housing Corporation

51.

Bracebridge Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

52.

Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion Senior Citizens Complex

53.

Branch 414 Legion Village Non-Profit Housing Corporation

54.

Brant Community Place Homes

55.

Brantford Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

56.

Brantford YM-YWCA Non-Profit Homes Association

57.

Brantwood Villa Non-Profit Housing Corporation

58.

Bridge House (Kingston) Incorporated

59.

Bristol Road Labourers’ Local 183 Non-Profit Homes Inc.

60.

Brock Non-Profit Housing Corporation

61.

Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc.

62.

Calvary House (Markham) Corp.

63.

Calvary Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation

64.

Cambridge Kiwanis Village Non-Profit Housing Corporation

65.

Cambridge Non-Profit Housing Corporation

66.

Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge

67.

Campbellford Non-Profit Housing Inc.

68.

Canadian Martyrs Seniors’ Residence East York, Inc.

69.

Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc.

70.

Capreol Non-Profit Housing Corporation

71.

Cara Community Corporation

72.

Carleton Place Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

73.

Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation

74.

Casa Bella Senior Citizen Apartments Inc.

75.

Castle Arms Non-Profit Apartment Corporation

76.

Central Gospel Community Homes Inc.

77.

Central King Seniors Residence

78.

Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation

79.

Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc.

80.

Cervantes Lions Non-Profit Housing Corporation

81.

Chartwell Baptist Community Homes Inc.

82.

Chateaulac Housing Incorporated

83.

Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc.

84.

Christian Senior Citizens Home of Chatham

85.

Church of the Master Homes Corporation

86.

City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation

87.

Clayton Seniors Housing Corporation

88.

Clifford Housing Corporation

89.

Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation

90.

Cochrane District Housing Support Services Inc.

91.

Coldwater Seniors’ Apartments Inc.

92.

Collingwood Non-Profit Housing Corporation

93.

Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc.

94.

Columbus Non-Profit Housing of Strathroy Inc.

95.

Columbus Place for Seniors of Fort Frances Inc.

96.

Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation

97.

Congress of Black Women (Mississauga) Non-Profit Housing Inc.

98.

Coral Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc.

99.

Cornerstone Community Association Durham Inc.

100.

Cornwall Non-Profit Housing Corporation

101.

Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont-185) Senior Citizens Corporation

102.

Corporation de Logement de Rockland

103.

Credit River Non-Profit Housing Corporation

104.

Croatian Housing Association of Sault Ste. Marie

105.

Cumberland Housing Corporation/Corporation d’habitation de Cumberland

106.

Cypriot Homes of The Kitchener-Waterloo Area

107.

Davis Drive Non-Profit Homes Corp.

108.

Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) Corporation

109.

Daystar Community Homes

110.

Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes Inc.

111.

Delaware Lions Non-Profit Apartment Corporation

112.

Deseronto Non-Profit Housing Corporation

113.

Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated

114.

Dorothy Klein Seniors Housing Incorporated

115.

Drouillard Place Non-Profit Housing Inc.

116.

Drumbo and District Housing Corporation

117.

Dryden Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

118.

Dundas Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation

119.

Dunnville Non-Profit Housing Corporation

120.

Durham Christian Homes Inc.

121.

Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation

122.

Dutton & District Lions Non-Profit Housing Inc.

123.

Ebony Group Community Homes of Hamilton

124.

Ecuhome Corporation

125.

Edenwood Seniors Village Inc.

126.

EFBC Non-Profit Housing Corporation

127.

Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit Housing Orillia Inc.

128.

Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc.

129.

Embro and Area Seniors Housing Corporation

130.

Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation

131.

Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences

132.

Emmanual Lutheran Manor Victoria Village

133.

Estonian Relief Committee Non-Profit Residences Corp.

134.

Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation

135.

Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. Catharines)

136.

Faith Non-Profit Housing Corp. (Fort Frances)

137.

Family Action Network Housing Corporation (Ontario)

138.

Family Transition Place

139.

Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals Non-Profit Housing Corporation

140.

Fenelon Area Independent Living Association

141.

Fiddleville (Shelburne) Non-Profit Housing Corporation

142.

Finch & District Seniors Housing Corporation

143.

First Erdelyi Non-Profit Housing Corp.

144.

First Place, Hamilton

145.

First Step Women’s Shelter

146.

Forest Quarter Family Residences Inc.

147.

Formosa Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation

148.

Fort Erie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

149.

Fort Frances Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

150.

Fort William Legion Branch No. 6 Housing Corporation

151.

Foyer Richelieu Welland

152.

Fred Victor Centre

153.

Friendship Place d’Amitié Residence (Rayside Balfour)

154.

Friuli Benevolent Corporation

155.

G.T. Seniors Apartments of Arnprior Incorporated

156.

Gananoque Family Housing Incorporated

157.

Gananoque Housing Inc.

158.

Garafraxa Non-Profit Homes Inc.

159.

Gateway Community Homes (Durham) Inc.

160.

Geraldton Municipal Housing Corporation

161.

German-Canadian Housing of Newmarket Inc.

162.

Gerousia Inc.

163.

Glencoe District Lions Non-Profit Housing Inc.

164.

Glengarry Non-Profit Housing Corporation

165.

Glengarry Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Phase II)

166.

Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation

167.

Golden Age Manor (Emo) Inc.

168.

Golden Town Residential Community Inc.

169.

Good News Community Homes

170.

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc.

171.

Gore Bay Non-Profit Housing Corporation

172.

Grace Communities Corporation/Communautés Grace Corporation

173.

Grachanica Non-profit Housing Corporation

174.

Grand River Non-Profit Housing Corporation

175.

Gravenhurst Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

176.

Greek Orthodox Community of the Holy Trinity (Fort William-Port Arthur)

177.

Guelph Line Seniors Non-Profit Residential Corporation

178.

Guelph Non-Profit Housing Corporation

179.

Guelph Services for Persons with Disabilities

180.

Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences Corporation

181.

Habitat Boreal Inc.

182.

Habitation Suprêmes North Bay Inc.

183.

Hagerman Corners Community Homes Inc.

184.

Haliburton Community Housing Corporation

185.

Hamilton Baptist Non-Profit Homes Corporation

186.

Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc.

187.

Harmony Non-Profit Housing Corporation

188.

Hawkesbury Non-Profit Housing Corporation

189.

Heimathof Retirement Home Inc.

190.

Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc.

191.

Heritage Community Housing Corporation

192.

Hilliard Park Non-Profit Homes Inc.

193.

Hiwhois Assistance Group

194.

Holcro Non-Profit Housing Corporation

195.

Holy Cross Villa of Thunder Bay

196.

Holy Name Community Non-Profit Housing Corporation

197.

Holy Protection Millennium Home

198.

Holy Trinity Non-Profit Residences York

199.

Homeland Non-Profit Housing Complex Inc.

200.

Homes First Society

201.

Hope Villa Non-Profit Residences of North York

202.

Hoshizaki House Non-Profit Housing Corporation

203.

Hotinohsioni Incorporated

204.

House of Compassion of Toronto

205.

House of Friendship of Kitchener

206.

Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc.

207.

Housing Our People Economically (Hope Hamilton) Inc.

208.

Humbervale Christian Outreach Foundation Inc.

209.

Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor

210.

Huron Sands Non-Profit Homes Incorporated

211.

Ibercan Homes Non-Profit Corporation

212.

Immaculate Conception Senior Citizens’ Residence, Port Perry

213.

Indo-Canadian Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Peel

214.

Ingamo Family Homes (Woodstock) Inc.

215.

Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation

216.

Inter Faith Homes (London) Corporation

217.

Inter-Organization Resources Network Non-Profit Homes

218.

Iroquois Falls Seniors Apartment Corporation

219.

Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit Homes Inc.

220.

Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corporation

221.

Italian Housing Corporation Sault Ste. Marie

222.

ITCA Community Involvement Incorporated

223.

Ja’fari Islamic Housing Corporation

224.

Jack Goodlad Senior Citizens

225.

Jaycees Brantford Non-Profit Homes Corporation

226.

John Howard Society of Durham Region

227.

Jubilee Garden Non-Profit Housing Corporation

228.

KA WAH Community Housing Windsor

229.

Kairos Non-Profit Housing of Peterborough

230.

Kakabeka Legion Seniors Development Corporation

231.

Kanata Baptist Place Incorporated

232.

Kancro Non-Profit Homes Corporation

233.

Kashadaying Residence

234.

Kawartha Participation Projects

235.

Kay Bee Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation

236.

Keewatin Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

237.

Kenneth Crescent Non-Profit Homes Inc.

238.

Kenora Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

239.

Kent Park Community Homes, Simcoe Inc.

240.

Kingston Home Base Non-Profit Housing Inc.

241.

Kingston Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

242.

Kingsway-Lambton Homes for Seniors Inc.

243.

Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc.

244.

Kinsmen Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Richmond Hill)

245.

Kinwell Place Non-Profit Housing Corporation

246.

Kirkland Lake Non-Profit Housing Corp.

247.

Kitchener Alliance Community Homes Inc.

248.

Kitchener Housing Inc.

249.

Kitchener-Waterloo Young Women’s Christian Association

250.

Kiwanis Club of Scott’s Plains Peterborough, Ontario, Inc.

251.

Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes of Rodney Inc.

252.

Knight’s Village Non-Profit Homes Inc.

253.

La Commission de logement de Vanier Non-Profit Housing Authority Corporation

254.

La Résidence des aînés canadiens français de St. Catharines Inc.

255.

La Résidence Lajoie à but non lucratif de St-Albert Inc.

256.

La Résidence Richelieu Windsor Inc.

257.

La Société des bons amis de la vallée Inc.

258.

La Société Nolin de Sudbury Inc.

259.

Labour Community Service Centre of Windsor & Essex County Inc.

260.

Lakehead Christian Senior Citizens Apartments, Inc.

261.

Lancaster & District Non-Profit Housing Inc.

262.

Las Flores Non-Profit Housing Corporation

263.

Latin-American/Canadian Non-Profit Housing Corporation (London) Inc.

264.

Le Centre d’habitation de Chelmsford Inc.

265.

Le Foyer des aînés francophones de Timmins Inc.

266.

Leamington Non-Profit Housing Corporation

267.

Leeds & Brockville Housing Corporation

268.

Legion Senior Housing (Kingsville) Inc.

269.

Legion Village 96 Seniors Residence Brockville Inc.

270.

Life Centre Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Ajax)

271.

LIFT Non-Profit Housing of London Inc.

272.

Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes/Habitations à but non lucratif le Phare Inc.

273.

Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation

274.

Lions Douglas Heights Seniors Residence Inc.

275.

Lions Freelton Villa Non-Profit Housing

276.

Little Current Place Non-Profit Housing and Elderly Citizens Centre Corporation

277.

Liuna (Hamilton) Association

278.

LIUNA Local 527 Non-Profit Housing Corporation

279.

Local 1005 Community Homes Inc.

280.

Local 175 UFCW Residences Inc.

281.

Logement à but non lucratif de la corporation du village d’Alfred

282.

Logement Marguerite d’Youville Inc.

283.

London Non-Profit Multicultural Residences

284.

London Polonia Towers Inc.

285.

Long Point Area Non-Profit Housing Corporation

286.

Loughborough Housing Corporation

287.

Loyola Arrupe Corporation

288.

Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc.

289.

Lucan Community Non-Profit Apartment Corporation

290.

Lusitania Villas of Cambridge Incorporated

291.

Lutheran Community Housing Corporation of Thunder Bay

292.

Lutheran Homes Niagara

293.

Lutheran Independent Living (London)

294.

Lutheran Social Services (Hanover) Inc.

295.

Lutheran Social Services (Owen Sound)

296.

Machin Municipal Housing Corporation

297.

Mactier and District Community Housing

298.

Manitouwadge Municipal Housing Corporation

299.

Maple Heights Non-Profit Housing Corporation

300.

Maple Leaf Drive Seniors Non-Profit Residential Corporation

301.

Marathon Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

302.

Marconi Non-Profit Housing Corporation

303.

Marcrest at Inglewood (Peterborough) Seniors’ Residence

304.

Marmora District Housing Commission

305.

Mary Lambert Swale Non-Profit Homes Inc.

306.

Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc.

307.

Matawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation

308.

Matrix Affordable Homes for the Disadvantaged Inc.

309.

McClintock Manor — Nisbet Lodge

310.

McGivney Community Homes Inc.

311.

McMaster Community Homes Corporation

312.

Melbourne Housing Corporation

313.

Menno Lodge of Aylmer Inc.

314.

Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing Corporation

315.

MICBA Forum Italia Community Services

316.

Michipicoten Non-Profit Housing Corporation

317.

Millbrook Non-Profit Housing Corporation

318.

Mills Community Support Corporation

319.

Milton Community Homes Inc.

320.

Mission Services of London

321.

Mocreebec Housing Association

322.

Monmouth Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation

323.

Moosonee Non-Profit Housing Corporation Inc.

324.

Morley Municipal Housing Corporation

325.

Mount Forest Non-Profit Housing Corporation

326.

Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation

327.

Municipal Non-Profit (Hamilton) Housing Corporation

328.

Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc.

329.

National Capital Region Vietnamese Canadian Non-Profit Housing Corporation

330.

Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay

331.

Neighbourhood Link Homes

332.

Nepean Housing Corporation

333.

New Beginnings Housing Project of Chatham

334.

New Hope N.P.H.C. (Rural North Wellington)

335.

New Hope Non-Profit Dwellings (Durham) Inc.

336.

New Liskeard Non-Profit Housing Corporation

337.

Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the United Church

338.

Nipigon Housing Corporation

339.

Niska Non-Profit Homes Inc.

340.

North Bay Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

341.

North Frontenac Non-Profit Housing Corporation

342.

North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation

343.

Northminster Residences of Toronto

344.

Northumberland Supportive Non-Profit Housing Corporation

345.

Nrudysfy Hillside Manor Senior Citizen Housing

346.

Oakville Community Homes Inc.

347.

Oakwil Non-Profit Homes Corporation

348.

OCISO Non-Profit Housing Corporation

349.

Odell-Jalna Residences of London

350.

Odessa Non-Profit Housing Corporation

351.

OHR Somayach Residential Centre Inc.

352.

OHSTO:SERI Urban Aboriginal Homes Inc.

353.

Old York Tower Non-Profit Seniors Housing

354.

Ontario March of Dimes Non-Profit Housing Corporation

355.

Open Door Concepts Welland Inc.

356.

Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential Development Inc.

357.

Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit Housing Inc.

358.

Operation Springboard

359.

Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation

360.

Orillia Community Non-Profit Housing Corporation

361.

Oshawa Branch 43 Legion Senior Citizens Manor

362.

Otonabee Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

363.

Our Lady of Smolensk Russian Orthodox Retirement Centre

364.

Our Lady Of Victory Senior Citizens Residence (York) Inc.

365.

Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge

366.

Owen Sound Br. 6 Legion Non-Profit Housing Corp.

367.

Owen Sound Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

368.

Ozanam Non-Profit Housing, Sarnia-Lambton

369.

P.A.M. Gardens, Non-Profit Housing Inc.

370.

Pablo Neruda Non-Profit Housing Corporation

371.

Paderewski Society Home (Niagara)

372.

Park Street United Church (Chatham) Non-Profit Housing Corporation

373.

Parkwood Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Windsor)

374.

Parry Sound Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

375.

Pathway Non-Profit Community Developments Incorporated of Peel

376.

Peel Multicultural Council Housing Project Inc.

377.

Percy Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation

378.

Performing Arts Lodges (Ontario) Inc.

379.

Phoenix Stage 2 Housing (Victims of Family Violence) of Huron County

380.

Physically Handicapped Adults’ Rehabilitation Association Nipissing-Parry Sound

381.

Picton Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation

382.

Pillette Green Community Housing Corporation

383.

Place Bonne Entente des aînés de Chelmsford

384.

Place Cartier Habitation à but non lucratif de Dowling Inc.

385.

Port Burwell Family Residences

386.

Port Burwell Non-Profit Housing Corporation

387.

Port Elgin Rotary Non-Profit Accommodations

388.

Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation

389.

Porto Village Non-Profit Homes Inc.

390.

Prisma Non-Profit Residences Corporation

391.

Project 441 Non-Profit Home Corporation

392.

Project Esperance / Project Hope Corporation

393.

Prophetic Non-Profit (Richmond Hill) Inc.

394.

Quinte’s Isle Non-Profit Housing Corporation

395.

Rakoczi Villa

396.

Red Lake Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

397.

Red Rock Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

398.

Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Housing Corporation

399.

Résidences Mutuelles (Légion 225) Inc.

400.

Richmond Hill Ecumenical Homes Corporation

401.

Richview Baptist Foundation

402.

Ridgetown Community Estates (Non-Profit) Inc.

403.

Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc.

404.

River Park Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Windsor)

405.

Riverdale Housing Action Group Corporation

406.

Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes

407.

Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation

408.

Robin Gardner Voce Non-Profit Homes Inc.

409.

Robinson Street Non-Profit Homes (Markham) Inc.

410.

Rockcliffe Seniors Complex

411.

Royal Canadian Legion Villa Kingston

412.

Royal Canadian Legion Zone K 1 and Area Veterans Home Corporation

413.

Russell Meadows Non-Profit Accommodations Inc.

414.

Ryegate (Tecumseh) Co-Operative Homes Inc.

415.

Saint Basil (Brantford) Community Homes Inc.

416.

Sarnia-Lambton Berean Community Housing

417.

Sault Moose Lodge Housing Corporation

418.

Schomberg Lions Club Non-Profit Housing Corporation

419.

Senioren Haus Concordia Inc.

420.

Serson Clarke Non-Profit Housing Corporation

421.

Shalimar International Housing Corporation Inc.

422.

Shamrock Non-Profit Homes Inc.

423.

Sherwood Forest (Trinity) Housing Corp.

424.

Slavonia-Croatian Non-Profit Homes Inc.

425.

Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc.

426.

Slovenian Society of St. Joseph Hamilton

427.

Solidarity Lodge Senior Apartments (Sudbury) Inc.

428.

Sons of Italy (Hamilton) Housing Corporation

429.

South & Metcalf Non-Profit Housing Corporation

430.

South Crosby Non-Profit Housing Corporation

431.

South Niagara Gateway Family Homes

432.

Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing Corporation

433.

St. Andrew-Thomas Senior Citizens Residences Kingston Township Inc.

434.

St. Angela Non-Profit Housing Corp. of Windsor

435.

St. Catharines Senior Citizens Residence Inc.

436.

St. James Court Non-Profit Apartments Corporation

437.

St. John’s Anglican Non-Profit Housing Corporation

438.

St. John’s Polish National Catholic Cathedral Residential Corp.

439.

St. John’s Retirement Homes Inc.

440.

St. John’s Senior Citizens’ Home

441.

St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) Corporation

442.

St. Luke’s Close of Burlington Inc.

443.

St. Margaret Community, Scarborough

444.

St. Mark’s (Don Mills) Non-Profit Housing Corp.

445.

St. Mary’s Senior Citizen’s Residence Brampton Inc.

446.

St. Mary’s Seniors Residence Barrie Inc.

447.

St. Matthew’s House

448.

St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church (Simcoe) Non-Profit Housing Corp.

449.

St. Paul’s United Church Non-Profit Housing Corporation

450.

St. Peter’s Seniors’ Residence Woodbridge Inc.

451.

St. Vladimir’s Russian Residence of Ottawa Inc.

452.

Staanworth Non-Profit Housing Corporation

453.

Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc.

454.

St-Isidore Non-Profit Housing Corporation/Corporation de logement à but non lucratif de St-Isidore

455.

Stoney Creek Community Homes

456.

Strathroy & District Christian Retirement Association Incorporated

457.

Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc.

458.

Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments

459.

Sunrise Seniors Place (Oshawa-Durham) Inc.

460.

Sunshine Homes Non-Profit Inc.

461.

Suomi Koti of Thunder Bay Inc.

462.

Swansea Town Hall Residences

463.

Tahanan Non-Profit Homes Corporation

464.

Taiga Non-Profit Housing Corporation

465.

Tansley Park Community Homes Inc.

466.

Taras Shevchenko Non-Profit Housing Inc.

467.

Tatry Non-Profit Housing Corporation

468.

Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation

469.

Tayside Community Residential & Support Options

470.

Temagami Non-Profit Housing Corporation

471.

Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ontario

472.

The Alexandria Non-Profit Housing Corporation

473.

The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit Housing Corporation

474.

The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

475.

The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects of Niagara

476.

The Chelsea Green Home Society

477.

The City of Orillia Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

478.

The City of Timmins Non-Profit Housing Corporation

479.

The Columbus Club of Sault Ste. Marie Housing Corporation

480.

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Kingston

481.

The Five Arches Non-Profit Housing Corporation

482.

The Golden Sunshine Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

483.

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

484.

The Hellenic Community of Kitchener-Waterloo and Suburbs Housing Inc.

485.

The Lions Club of Sault Ste. Marie Housing Corporation

486.

The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa-Carleton

487.

The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. Non-Profit Housing Corporation

488.

The Oshawa Young Women’s Christian Association

489.

The Participation House Project (Durham Region)

490.

The St. Andrews Niagara Housing Development Corporation

491.

The St. Hilda’s Towers’ Lewis Garnsworthy Residence

492.

The St. Margaret’s Towers Inc.

493.

The Township of Atikokan Non-Profit Housing Corporation

494.

The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation

495.

The Township of Roxborough Non-Profit Housing Corporation

496.

The Township of White River Municipal Housing Corporation

497.

The Ukrainian Villa of the Resurrection Church In Hamilton

498.

The Women’s Centre (Grey & Bruce) Inc.

499.

Thedford Non-Profit Housing Inc.

500.

Thessalon Non-Profit Housing Corporation

501.

Thornhill St. Luke’s Seniors Home Inc.

502.

Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

503.

Thunder Bay Deaf Housing Inc.

504.

Thunder Bay Metro Lions Housing Corporation

505.

Timmins Finnish Seniors’ Home Incorporated

506.

Tinimint Housing Non-Profit Inc.

507.

Tobias House of Toronto — Caring for People in the Spirit of Saint Francis Incorporated

508.

Tomken Grove Non-Profit Homes

509.

Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc.

510.

Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services

511.

Town of Blind River Non-Profit Housing Corporation

512.

Town of Hearst Non-Profit Housing Corporation

513.

Town of Huntsville Non-Profit Housing Corporation

514.

Town Of Simcoe Non-Profit Housing Corporation

515.

Town of Sioux Lookout Non-Profit Housing Corporation

516.

Town of Tillsonburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation

517.

Township of Bastard and South Burgess Non-Profit Housing Corporation

518.

Township of St. Joseph Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

519.

Transitional and Supportive Housing Service of York Region

520.

Trenton Memorial Lodge

521.

Trenton Non-Profit Housing Corporation

522.

Trenton Ontario Branch 110 Legion Non-Profit Housing Inc.

523.

Trinity (Huntsville) Non-Profit Housing Corporation

524.

Trinity Housing of Cobourg Corporation

525.

Triple Link Senior Citizen Homes North Bay Inc.

526.

U.N.H. Incorporated

527.

Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes Corporation of Niagara

528.

Ukrainian Senior Citizens’ Complex of Sudbury Inc.

529.

Unicorn Non-Profit Homes Inc.

530.

Union Housing Opportunities (Peel-Halton) Inc.

531.

United Achievers Non-Profit Housing Corporation

532.

United Church Developments (York Presbytery)

533.

Unity Village Local 183 Non-Profit Homes Inc.

534.

Upbuilding Non-Profit Homes (Guelph) Inc.

535.

URCA Housing Corp.

536.

Van Kleek Senior Citizens Manor

537.

Van Norman Community Homes Inc.

538.

Vanastra Lions Club Apartments Inc.

539.

Victor Davis Memorial Court Non-Profit Homes Inc.

540.

Victoria Park Community Homes Inc.

541.

Victoria-Shuter Non-Profit Housing Corporation

542.

Vila Gaspar Corte Real Inc.

543.

Villa Ciociara Senior Citizens Apartments Corporation

544.

Villa d’accueil Sainte-Thérèse de Marionville, Inc.

545.

Villa Otthon

546.

Village Lifestyles Non-Profit Homes Inc.

547.

Vincent Paul Family Homes Corporation

548.

Vineyard Village Non-Profit Homes of Stratford

549.

Walden Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

550.

Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc.

551.

Water Street Non-Profit Homes Inc.

552.

Watford Optimist Non-Profit Housing Corporation

553.

Wawel Villa, Incorporated

554.

Weller Arms Non-Profit Homes Inc.

555.

Wesley Community Homes Inc.

556.

Wesley Urban Ministries Inc.

557.

West Carleton Non-Profit Housing Corporation

558.

West Nipissing Non-Profit Housing Corporation/La Corporation de logement à but non lucratif de Nipissing Ouest

559.

Westminster Court Senior Citizens Housing Corporation of East York

560.

Whitby Christian Non-Profit Housing Corporation

561.

Whitewater Seniors Residence (Legion 553) Inc.

562.

Wigwamen Incorporated

563.

William Mercer Wilson Non-Profit Centre (London) Inc.

564.

Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation

565.

Wilmar Heights United Church Non-Profit Homes

566.

Windsor Coalition Non-Profit Homes Inc.

567.

Windsor Hill Non-Profit Housing Corporation

568.

Windsor Y Residence Inc.

569.

WISMA Mega Indah Inc.

570.

Women’s Community House

571.

Wonderland Non-Profit Housing Corporation

572.

Woodgreen Community Housing Inc.

573.

Woodgreen Settlement Corporation

574.

Woodstock Non-Profit Housing Corporation

575.

Yee Hong Chinese Evergreen Homes (Metro Toronto) Corporation

576.

Young Women’s Christian Association of Greater Toronto

577.

Young Women’s Christian Association of Peterborough, Victoria and Haliburton

578.

YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc.

O. Reg. 367/11, Schedule 6; O. Reg. 31/12, s. 4.

SCHEDULE 7
Members of the Housing Services Corporation Non-profit Housing Co-operatives (Section 129)

Item

Housing Providers that are Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Members

1.

2 Mascot Place Co-operative Homes Incorporated

2.

15 Thorncliffe Park Co-operative Homes Inc.

3.

50 Plus Housing Co-operative of London, Ontario Inc.

4.

55 Howard Park Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc.

5.

91 Spencer Avenue Co-operative Homes Incorporated

6.

Adam Oliver Housing Co-operative Inc.

7.

Agnes MacPhail Women’s Co-operative Homes Inc.

8.

Ahneen Co-operative Homes Inc.

9.

Almise Co-operative Homes Inc.

10.

Andes Heritage Co-operative Inc.

11.

Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc.

12.

Artisan Co-operative Homes Inc.

13.

Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc.

14.

Ashwood Co-operative Homes Incorporated

15.

Atahualpa Housing Co-operative Inc.

16.

Balfour Co-operative Homes Inc.

17.

Banbury Cross Housing Co-operative Inc.

18.

Barbertown Co-operative Homes Inc.

19.

Bard-of-Avon Housing Co-operative Inc.

20.

Barsa Kelly/Cari-Can Co-operative Homes Inc.

21.

Bayanihan Non-Profit Co-operative Homes Inc.

22.

Beechwood Co-operative Homes Inc.

23.

Bellamy Housing Co-operative Inc.

24.

Belle River Co-operative Homes Inc.

25.

Bethany Co-operative Homes Inc.

26.

Bethune Housing Co-operative Inc.

27.

Better Living Residential Co-operative Inc.

28.

Birch Glen Co-operative Homes Inc.

29.

Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc.

30.

Birtch Place Co-operative Homes Inc.

31.

Bogart Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

32.

Bonaventure Place Housing Co-operative Inc.

33.

Border Towne Co-operative Homes Inc.

34.

Borelia Co-operative Homes Incorporated

35.

Bowmanville Valley Co-operative Homes Inc.

36.

Briar Rose Co-operative Homes Inc.

37.

Bridge End Housing Co-operative Inc.

38.

Brimell Court Co-operative Housing Inc.

39.

Britannia Glen Co-operative Homes Inc.

40.

Broadview Housing Co-operative Inc.

41.

Brookside Village Co-operative Homes Inc.

42.

Cardinus Housing Co-operative Inc.

43.

Carpenter Housing Co-operative Inc.

44.

Carpenters Local 27 Housing Co-operative Inc.

45.

Cartier Square Housing Co-operative Inc.

46.

Centre Green Co-operative Homes Inc.

47.

Changemakers Co-operative Homes (Kitchener) Inc.

48.

Charles Darrow Housing Co-operative Inc.

49.

Chegoggin Co-operative Homes Inc.

50.

Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated

51.

City Park Co-operative Apartments Inc.

52.

Clairvue Housing Co-operative Inc.

53.

Clarion Co-operative Homes Inc.

54.

Clintwood Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc.

55.

Cobblehill Homes Co-operative Inc.

56.

Cole Road Co-operative Community Inc.

57.

Commonwealth Co-operative Homes Inc.

58.

Conservation Co-operative Homes Incorporated

59.

Consideration Co-operative Homes Inc.

60.

Coopérative d’habitation Beauparlant Inc.

61.

Coopérative d’habitation Côte Est Inc.

62.

Co-opérative d’habitation Desloges Inc.

63.

Coopérative d’habitation St. Georges Housing Co-operative Inc.

64.

Coopérative d’habitation Voisins Inc.

65.

Co-operative Homes of Prosperity and Equality Inc.

66.

Corktown Co-operative Homes Inc.

67.

Country Spirit Co-operative Homes of London Inc.

68.

Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc.

69.

Crystal Beach Co-operative Homes Inc.

70.

Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc.

71.

Dan Benedict Co-operative Homes Corporation

72.

Delta Place Co-operative Homes of London Inc.

73.

Dereham Forge Housing Co-operative Inc.

74.

Dobbin Housing Co-operative Incorporated

75.

Don Quixote Co-operative Homes Inc.

76.

Dove Co-operative Homes Inc.

77.

Dufferin Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc.

78.

Duffin’s Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

79.

Duncan Mills Labourers’ Local 183 Co-operative Homes Inc.

80.

Eagleson Co-operative Homes Inc.

81.

Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc.

82.

Elmview Estates Housing Co-operative Inc.

83.

Erin Court Co-operative Homes Inc.

84.

Ernescliffe Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc.

85.

Exandarea Meadows Housing Co-operative Inc.

86.

Faethorne Place Housing Co-operative Inc.

87.

Festival City Co-operative Homes Inc.

88.

Fife Road Co-operative Homes Inc.

89.

Fletchers’ Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

90.

Forestwood Co-operative Homes Inc.

91.

Forty-Third Housing Co-operative Inc.

92.

Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc.

93.

Gateway Co-operative Homes Inc.

94.

Genesis (London) Housing Co-operative Inc.

95.

Gilzean’s Creek Housing Co-operative Inc.

96.

Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc.

97.

Glen Oaks Co-operative Homes Inc.

98.

Glen Park Co-operative Homes Inc.

99.

Glenn Haddrell Housing Co-operative Inc.

100.

Grace Hartman Housing Co-operative Inc.

101.

Greenvale Co-operative Homes Inc.

102.

Guhbawin Co-operative Housing Incorporated

103.

Halam Park Housing Co-operative Inc.

104.

Haldimand Co-operative Housing Corporation

105.

Harbour Channel Housing Co-operative Inc.

106.

Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc.

107.

Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc.

108.

Harry Sherman Crowe Housing Co-operative Inc.

109.

Hazeldean Housing Co-operative Inc.

110.

Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes Inc.

111.

Highland Homes Co-operative Inc.

112.

Horizon Co-operative Homes Inc.

113.

Hospital Workers Housing Co-operative Inc.

114.

Innstead Co-operative Inc.

115.

International Ladies Garment Workers Union Housing Co-operative Inc.

116.

Jarvis-George Housing Co-operative Inc.

117.

Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc.

118.

Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc.

119.

John Fitzpatrick Steelworkers Housing Co-operative Inc.

120.

John Moynahan Co-operative Homes Inc.

121.

Kaleidoscope Co-operative Homes Inc.

122.

Kanata Co-operative Homes Inc.

123.

Kingston Co-operative Homes Inc.

124.

La Coopérative d’habitation Antigonish Inc.

125.

La Coopérative d’habitation La Chaumière Inc.

126.

La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc.

127.

Labourview Co-operative Homes Inc.

128.

Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc.

129.

Lakeshore Village Artists’ Co-operative Inc.

130.

Landsberg/Lewis Housing Co-operative Inc.

131.

Lao Village Housing Co-operative Inc.

132.

Las Americas Co-operative Homes Inc.

133.

Lavender Lane Co-operative Homes Inc.

134.

Les Maisons coopératives des Pins Gris Inc.

135.

Les Maisons coopératives Val Caron Inc.

136.

LETA Brownscombe Co-operative Homes Inc.

137.

Liberty Housing Co-operative Inc.

138.

Little Falls Co-operative Homes Inc.

139.

Lois Miller Co-operative Homes Inc.

140.

Lom Nava Housing Co-operative Inc.

141.

London Town Co-operative Homes Inc.

142.

Los Andes of Hamilton Co-operative Inc.

143.

Machell’s Corners Housing Co-operative Inc.

144.

Maisons coopératives St-Jacques Inc.

145.

Maple Glen Housing Co-operative Inc.

146.

Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative Inc.

147.

Marigold Co-operative Homes Incorporated

148.

Mariner’s Co-operative Homes (Leamington) Inc.

149.

Mario de Giovanni Housing Co-operatives Inc.

150.

Mariposa Co-operative Homes Inc.

151.

Marketview Housing Co-operative Inc.

152.

Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc.

153.

Maurice Coulter Housing Co-operative Inc.

154.

Max Saltsman Community Co-operative Inc.

155.

Meadowdale Community Housing Co-operative Inc.

156.

Meadowgreen Co-operative Homes Inc.

157.

Mel Swart Co-operative Homes Inc.

158.

Meridian Co-operative Homes Inc.

159.

Metta Housing Co-operative Inc.

160.

Mimico Co-operative Homes Incorporated

161.

Moonstone Co-operative Homes

162.

Moshav Noam Non-Profit Co-operative Housing Corporation

163.

Muriel Collins Housing Co-operative Inc.

164.

Nakiska Co-operative Homes Inc.

165.

Needlewood Glen Housing Co-operative Inc.

166.

Nelson Co-operative Homes Inc.

167.

New Generation Co-operative Homes Inc.

168.

New Hibret Co-operative Homes Inc.

169.

Niagara Neighbourhood Housing Co-operative Incorporated

170.

Northtown Co-operative Homes Inc.

171.

Northview Meadow Co-operative Homes Inc.

172.

Northwood Park Co-operative Homes Inc.

173.

Nottawasaga Co-operative Homes Inc.

174.

Orchard Grove Housing Co-operative Inc.

175.

Orion Co-operative Housing Corporation

176.

Otter Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

177.

Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge

178.

OWN Housing Co-operative Inc.

179.

Palace Place Co-operative Homes Inc.

180.

Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc.

181.

Pawating Co-operative Homes Inc.

182.

Peggy and Andrew Brewin Housing Co-operative Inc.

183.

People’s Choice Co-operative Homes Inc.

184.

Percy Heights Co-operative Inc.

185.

Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc.

186.

Pinafore Station Co-operative Homes Inc.

187.

Pinecroft Co-operative Homes

188.

Port Colborne Co-operative Homes Inc.

189.

Prism Co-operative Homes Inc.

190.

Quaker Hill Co-operative Homes Inc.

191.

Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes Inc.

192.

Regatta Place Co-operative Homes Inc.

193.

Richmond Hill Co-operative Homes Inc.

194.

Ridelle Co-operative Homes Inc.

195.

River Park NPHC (Windsor)

196.

Riverdale Co-operative Houses

197.

Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc.

198.

Rockview Seniors Co-operative Homes Incorporated

199.

Rougemount Co-operative Homes Inc.

200.

Royal City Housing Co-operative Inc.

201.

Royal Oaks Housing Co-operative Inc.

202.

Sand Hills Co-operative Homes Inc.

203.

Saorsie Co-operative Homes Inc.

204.

Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes Inc.

205.

Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc.

206.

Seven Maples Co-operative Homes Incorporated

207.

Shamrock Co-operative Homes Inc.

208.

Shepherd’s Green Co-operative Homes Inc.

209.

Shriner’s Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

210.

Silo Co-operative Homes/Coopérative d’habitation Silo Inc.

211.

Skyline Co-operative Homes Inc.

212.

Southern Lights Co-operative Homes Inc.

213.

Springhill Co-operative Homes Inc.

214.

St. Charles Co-operative Homes Inc.

215.

St. Martin’s Co-operative Homes of London Inc.

216.

Stoa Co-operative Homes

217.

Stoneworth Co-operative Homes Inc.

218.

Sunrise Place Housing Co-operative Incorporated

219.

Sutherland Place Co-operative Homes Inc.

220.

Tabby Town Urban Housing Co-operative Corporation

221.

Tamil Co-operative Homes

222.

Tanglewood Orchard Co-operative Homes Inc.

223.

Tannenhof Co-operative Homes Inc.

224.

Tannery Gate Tower Co-operative Homes Inc.

225.

Taylor Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

226.

Terrace Housing Co-operative Inc.

227.

The Frank Long Co-operative Homes Inc.

228.

The Oaklands Housing Co-operative Inc.

229.

The Shefford Heritage Housing Co-operative Incorporated

230.

The Spirit of 1919 Housing Co-operative Inc.

231.

Thorne View Co-operative Homes Inc.

232.

Tisdale Whitney Housing Co-operative Inc.

233.

Tolpuddle Housing Co-operative Inc.

234.

Trent-Moira Co-operative Estates Inc.

235.

Troy Village Housing Co-op Incorporated

236.

Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc.

237.

Upwood Park/Salvador Del Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc.

238.

Vesta Co-operative Homes Inc.

239.

Village Glen Co-operative Homes Inc.

240.

Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc.

241.

Watermark Co-operative Homes Inc.

242.

West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc.

243.

Westglen Co-operative Homes of Brantford Inc.

244.

Westwood Place Co-operative Homes Inc.

245.

Whiteoak Heritage Housing Co-operative Inc.

246.

Wilcox Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.

247.

William Peak Co-operative Homes Inc.

248.

Willmar Eight Housing Co-operative Inc.

249.

Willow Glen Co-operative Inc.

250.

Willow Park Co-operative Homes Inc.

251.

Willowside Housing Co-operative Inc.

252.

Windy Woods Co-operative Homes of London Inc.

253.

Woburn Village Co-operative Homes Inc.

254.

Women’s Community Co-operative Inc.

255.

Wood Tree Co-operative Incorporated

256.

Woodrose Co-operative Homes Inc.

257.

Wyndham Hill Co-operative Homes Inc.

258.

Yarl Co-operative Homes Inc.

259.

Yule Manor Co-operative Homes Inc.

O. Reg. 367/11, Schedule 7.

 

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