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Housing Services Act, 2011

ONTARIO REGULATION 369/11

SUBSIDIES FOR PART VII HOUSING PROJECTS

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

Last amendment:  O. Reg. 148/16.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

PART I
PRELIMINARY

1.

Interpretation

2.

Regulation provides for subsidies, s. 78 of the Act

3.

Subsidies for Part VII housing projects in service area

PART II
DETERMINATION OF SUBSIDY

4.

Application of Part

5.

Determination under this Part

6.

Indexed benchmark operating costs

7.

Indexed benchmark revenue

8.

Rent-geared-to-income subsidy

9.

Surplus

10.

Market rent index

PART III
DETERMINATION OF SUBSIDY — CERTAIN RENT-GEARED-TO-INCOME PROJECTS

11.

Application of Part

12.

Determination under this Part

13.

Indexed benchmark operating costs

14.

Surplus

PART IV
COMMON RULES

15.

Shelter mortgage costs

16.

Revenue and operating costs

17.

Calculations, rounding off

PART V
TRANSITION AND COMMENCEMENT

18.

Transition, former rules continue for prior fiscal years

Schedule

Housing providers to which part iii applies (section 11)

 

Part I
Preliminary

Interpretation

1. In this Regulation,

“fiscal year” means the fiscal year of the housing provider; (“exercice”)

“housing projects” means Part VII housing projects in the service area of the relevant service manager. (“ensembles domiciliaires”)  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 1.

Regulation provides for subsidies, s. 78 of the Act

2. This regulation provides for the subsidies a service manager is required to pay to a housing provider under section 78 of the Act.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 2.

Subsidies for Part VII housing projects in service area

3. A service manager is only required to pay a subsidy to a housing provider that operates a Part VII housing project in the service manager’s service area.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 3.

Part II
Determination of subsidy

Application of Part

4. This Part applies with respect to the subsidy that a service manager pays a housing provider unless the housing provider is set out in the Schedule opposite the service manager.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 4.

Determination under this Part

5. The amount of the subsidy for a fiscal year that a service manager shall pay a housing provider shall be determined using the following formula,

IBOpCosts + SMCosts – IBRev + RGISub + PTx – Sur

in which,

“IBOpCosts” is the provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 6,

“SMCosts” is the provider’s shelter mortgage costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 15,

“IBRev” is the provider’s indexed benchmark revenue for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 7,

“RGISub” is the provider’s rent-geared-to-income subsidy for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 8,

“PTx” is the property taxes payable by the provider for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects, and

“Sur” is the amount equal to 50 per cent of the provider’s surplus for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 9, or such lesser amount as the service manager may determine.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 5.

Indexed benchmark operating costs

6. (1) For the purposes of section 5, the housing provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined by,

(a) calculating the indexed benchmark operating cost for the fiscal year for each item listed in the Table to this subsection by,

(i) expressing as a decimal number the operating cost index for the item for the fiscal year, as determined by the Minister under subsection (2) or (3),

(ii) adding one to the number determined under subclause (i), and

(iii) multiplying the indexed benchmark operating cost for the item for the prior fiscal year by the number determined under subclause (ii); and

(b) calculating the sum of the indexed benchmark operating costs determined under clause (a) for all the items.

TABLE

 

Item No.

Item

Index

1.

Administration and maintenance

Ontario Consumer Price Index (All items), as published by Statistics Canada.

2.

Insurance

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Homeowners’ home and mortgage insurance sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

3.

Bad debt

Market rent index, as determined under section 10.

4.

Electricity

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Electricity sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

5.

Water

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Water sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

6.

Natural gas

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Natural gas sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

7.

Oil and other fuel

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Fuel oil and other fuel sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

8.

Capital reserves

Ontario Consumer Price Index (All items), as published by Statistics Canada.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 6 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subclause (1) (a) (i), the operating cost index for an item listed in the Table to subsection (1), other than for item 3, is determined by,

(a) dividing the index listed in the Table opposite the item for May of the calendar year before the year in which the fiscal year begins by that index for May of the calendar year before that;

(b) subtracting one from the number determined under clause (a);

(c) expressing the number determined under clause (b) as a percentage.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 6 (2).

(3) For the purposes of subclause (1) (a) (i), the operating cost index for item 3 of the Table to subsection (1) is the market rent index determined under section 10.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 6 (3).

(4) To reflect a change in the circumstances of a housing provider, the Minister may, after consulting with the housing provider and the service manager, determine a different indexed benchmark operating cost for the fiscal year for an item to be used instead of what would otherwise be calculated under clause (1) (a).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 6 (4).

Indexed benchmark revenue

7. (1) For the purposes of section 5, the housing provider’s indexed benchmark revenue for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined using the following formula,

IBRev(MarkRent) – IBVacLoss + BNonrentRev

in which,

“IBRev(MarkRent)” is the provider’s indexed benchmark revenue for market rent for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under subsection (2),

“IBVacLoss” is the provider’s indexed benchmark vacancy loss for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under subsection (3), and

“BNonrentRev” is the provider’s benchmark non-rental revenue for the prior fiscal year.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 7 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the housing provider’s indexed benchmark revenue for market rent for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined by,

(a) expressing as a decimal number the market rent index determined under section 10;

(b) adding one to the number determined under clause (a); and

(c) multiplying the provider’s indexed benchmark revenue for market rent for the prior fiscal year by the number determined under clause (b).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 7 (2).

(3) For the purposes of subsection (1), the housing provider’s indexed benchmark vacancy loss for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined by,

(a) expressing as a decimal number the market rent index determined under section 10;

(b) adding one to the number determined under clause (a); and

(c) multiplying the provider’s indexed benchmark vacancy loss for the prior fiscal year by the number determined under clause (b).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 7 (3).

(4) To reflect a change in the circumstances of a housing provider, the Minister may, after consulting with the housing provider and the service manager,

(a) determine a different benchmark non-rental revenue for the fiscal year instead of what would otherwise be used in the formula under subsection (1); or

(b) determine a different amount for the fiscal year to be used instead of what would otherwise be calculated under subsection (2) or (3).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 7 (4).

Rent-geared-to-income subsidy

8. (1) For the purposes of section 5, the housing provider’s rent-geared-to-income subsidy for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined using the following formula,

MarkRent – RGIRent

in which,

“MarkRent” is the lesser of,

(a) the total of the provider’s indexed benchmark market rent, determined under subsection (2), for the fiscal year from the rent-geared-to-income units in the provider’s housing projects, and

(b) the total of what the rent would be for the fiscal year from the rent-geared-to-income units if no rent-geared-to-income assistance was given in respect of those units, and

“RGIRent” is the rent payable to the provider for the fiscal year by the households accommodated in those rent-geared-to-income units.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 8 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the total of a housing provider’s indexed benchmark market rent for a fiscal year from rent-geared-to-income units in its housing projects is the amount determined by,

(a) expressing as a decimal number the market rent index determined under section 10;

(b) adding one to the number determined under clause (a); and

(c) multiplying the number determined under clause (b) by the total of the provider’s indexed benchmark market rent for the prior fiscal year.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 8 (2).

(3) To reflect a change in the circumstances of a housing provider, the Minister may, after consulting with the housing provider and the service manager, determine a different total indexed benchmark market rent for the fiscal year to be used instead of what would otherwise be calculated under subsection (2). O. Reg. 148/16, s. 1.

Surplus

9. (1) For the purposes of section 5, the housing provider’s surplus for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined under this section.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (1).

(2) If the housing provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects, determined under subsection (6), at the beginning of the fiscal year or the beginning of any previous fiscal year for which the service manager paid the housing provider a subsidy under section 78 of the Act or section 102 of the former Act is equal to or greater than the product of $300 multiplied by the number of units in the provider’s housing projects at the beginning of the fiscal year or that previous fiscal year, as the case may be, the provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is the provider’s net operating income for its housing projects for the fiscal year determined under subsection (5).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (2).

(3) If subsection (2) does not apply and if the amount determined using the following formula is positive, the housing provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is the amount determined using the following formula,

NetOpInc + AccSur – Amt($300)

in which,

NetOpInc” is the provider’s net operating income for its housing projects for the fiscal year determined under subsection (5),

“AccSur” is the provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects at the beginning of the fiscal year determined under subsection (6), and

“Amt($300)” is the product of $300 multiplied by the average number of the housing provider’s units in the fiscal year.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (3).

(4) If neither subsection (2) nor (3) applies for the fiscal year, the housing provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is nil.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (4).

(5) For the purposes of this section, the net operating income of a housing provider for a fiscal year for its housing projects is the amount by which its revenue for the fiscal year from those projects determined under subsection 16 (1), exceeds its operating costs for the fiscal year with respect to those projects determined under subsection 16 (2).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (5).

(6) For the purposes of this section, a housing provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects at the beginning of a fiscal year is the portion of its retained earnings at the end of the previous fiscal year determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as they apply to social housing, that can reasonably be considered to be derived from its housing projects.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 9 (6).

Market rent index

10. (1) For the purposes of sections 6, 7 and 8, the market rent index applicable for a fiscal year to a housing provider’s housing projects is the lesser of,

(a) the guideline published under subsection 120 (3) of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006; and

(b) the percentage change in the average rent for rental units, as determined under subsection (2).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 10 (1).

(2) For the purposes of clause (1) (b), the percentage change in the average rent for rental units is determined using the following formula, rounded to the first decimal point:

(AvRentRecent/AvRentPrior – 1) × 100

in which,

“AvRentRecent” is the number indicated in the edition of the Rental Market Report for fall of the second calendar year before the year in which the fiscal year begins, published by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, as the “Total” average rent for a “Private Apartment” or “Private Row (Townhouse)”, as the case may be, and for a census metropolitan area centre, census agglomeration centre or a zone, as the case may be, and

AvRentPrior” is the number indicated in the report published one year before the report referred to in “AvRentRecent” that corresponds to the number determined under “AvRentRecent”.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 10 (2).

(3) If the Rental Market Report does not provide data required for the calculation of “AvRentRecent” or “AvRentPrior”, then “AvRentRecent” or “AvRentPrior”, as the case may be, is equal to the number indicated in the Rental Market Report as the “Total” average rent for the census metropolitan area centre or census agglomeration centre, as the case may be, or, if that data is not available, for Ontario.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 10 (3).

Part III
Determination of subsidy — certain rent-geared-to-income projects

Application of Part

11. This Part applies with respect to the subsidy that a service manager pays a housing provider if the housing provider is set out in the Schedule opposite the service manager.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 11.

Determination under this Part

12. If this Part applies, the amount of the subsidy for a fiscal year that a service manager shall pay a housing provider shall be determined using the following formula,

IBOpCosts + SMCosts – Rev + PTx – Sur

in which,

“IBOpCosts” is the provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 13,

“SMCosts” is the provider’s shelter mortgage costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 15,

“Rev” is the provider’s revenue for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under subsection 16 (1),

“PTx” is the property taxes payable by the provider for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects, and

“Sur” is the amount equal to 50 per cent of the provider’s surplus for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 14, or such lesser amount as the service manager may determine.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 12.

Indexed benchmark operating costs

13. (1) For the purposes of section 12, the housing provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined by,

(a) calculating the indexed benchmark operating cost for the fiscal year for each item listed in the Table to this subsection by,

(i) expressing as a decimal number the operating cost index for the item for the fiscal year, as determined by the Minister under subsection (2),

(ii) adding one to the number determined under subclause (i), and

(iii) multiplying the indexed benchmark operating cost for the item for the prior fiscal year by the number determined under subclause (ii); and

(b) calculating the sum of the indexed benchmark operating costs determined under clause (a) for all the items.

TABLE

 

Item No.

Item

Index

1.

Administration and maintenance

Ontario Consumer Price Index (All items), as published by Statistics Canada.

2.

Insurance

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Homeowners’ home and mortgage insurance sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

3.

Bad debt

Ontario Consumer Price Index (All items), as published by Statistics Canada.

4.

Electricity

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Electricity sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

5.

Water

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Water sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

6.

Natural gas

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Natural gas sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

7.

Oil and other fuel

Ontario Consumer Price Index (Fuel oil and other fuel sub-index), as published by Statistics Canada.

8.

Capital reserves

Ontario Consumer Price Index (All items), as published by Statistics Canada.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 13 (1).

(2) For the purposes of subclause (1) (a) (i), the operating cost index for an item listed in the Table to subsection (1) is determined by,

(a) dividing the index listed in the Table opposite the item for May of the calendar year before the year in which the fiscal year begins by that index for May of the calendar year before that;

(b) subtracting one from the number determined under clause (a); and

(c) expressing the number determined under clause (b) as a percentage.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 13 (2).

(3) To reflect a change in the circumstances of a housing provider, the Minister may, after consulting with the housing provider and the service manager, determine a different indexed benchmark operating cost for the fiscal year for an item to be used instead of what would otherwise be calculated under clause (1) (a).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 13 (3).

Surplus

14. (1) For the purposes of section 12, the housing provider’s surplus for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the amount determined under this section.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 14 (1).

(2) If the housing provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects, determined under subsection (5), at the beginning of the fiscal year or the beginning of any previous fiscal year for which the service manager paid the housing provider a subsidy under section 78 of the Act or section 102 of the former Act is equal to or greater than the product of $300 multiplied by the number of units in the provider’s housing projects at the beginning of the fiscal year or that previous fiscal year, as the case may be, the provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is the amount determined using the following formula:

IBOpCosts – OpCosts

in which,

“IBOpCosts” is the provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 13, and

“OpCosts” is the provider’s operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under subsection 16 (2).

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 14 (2).

(3) If subsection (2) does not apply and if the amount determined using the following formula is positive, the housing provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is the amount determined using the following formula,

IBOpCosts – OpCosts + AccSur – Amt($300)

in which,

“IBOpCosts” is the provider’s indexed benchmark operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under section 13,

“OpCosts” is the provider’s operating costs for the fiscal year in respect of its housing projects determined under subsection 16 (2),

“AccSur” is the provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects at the beginning of the fiscal year determined under subsection (5), and

“Amt($300)” is the product of $300 multiplied by the average number of the housing provider’s units in the fiscal year.

O. Reg. 369/11, s. 14 (3).

(4) If neither subsection (2) nor (3) applies for the fiscal year, the housing provider’s surplus for the fiscal year is nil.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 14 (4).

(5) For the purposes of this section, a housing provider’s accumulated surplus in respect of its housing projects at the beginning of a fiscal year is the portion of its retained earnings at the end of the previous fiscal year determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as they apply to social housing, that can reasonably be considered to be derived from its housing projects.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 14 (5).

Part IV
Common rules

Shelter mortgage costs

15. For the purposes of sections 5 and 12, the housing provider’s shelter mortgage costs for a fiscal year in respect of its housing projects is the total amount of principal and interest payable by the provider for the fiscal year, where such payments are,

(a) payable under mortgages guaranteed by the Province of Ontario or the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation in respect of those projects; and

(b) applicable to the portions of those housing projects that are used for residential accommodation and ancillary functions, including meeting rooms, recreational facilities, laundry facilities, parking areas and exterior grounds.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 15.

Revenue and operating costs

16. (1) For the purposes of sections 9 and 12, the revenue of a housing provider for a fiscal year with respect to its housing projects is the total of the following types of revenue earned by the housing provider in the fiscal year in respect of the housing projects and units in the housing projects:

1. Revenue derived from the parts of the housing projects allocated to residential accommodation.

2. Revenue related to facilities used for ancillary purposes.

3. Revenue derived from the use of parking areas, exterior grounds, external building walls and roofs.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 16 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, a housing provider’s operating costs for a fiscal year from its housing projects is the total of the following expenses, allowances and contributions of the housing provider for the year that are reasonably applicable to the portions of those housing projects used for residential accommodation and ancillary functions, as determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as they apply to social housing:

1. Administration and maintenance expenses.

2. Insurance premiums.

3. Bad debt expenses.

4. Utility costs, including electricity, fuel, water and sewer charges.

5. Contributions to the housing provider’s capital reserve.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 16 (2).

(3) For the purposes of this section, gifts and donations made to a housing provider are not revenue of the housing provider.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 16 (3).

Calculations, rounding off

17. (1) All amounts that are not whole numbers that are used in calculations under this Regulation or that result from calculations under this Regulation must be rounded to two decimal places, unless otherwise indicated.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 17 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply when a percentage is expressed as a decimal number.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 17 (2).

Part V
Transition and Commencement

Transition, former rules continue for prior fiscal years

18. The subsidy a service manager is required to pay a housing provider for a fiscal year that begins before this regulation comes into force shall be determined in accordance with the former Act and the regulations under the former Act as they read immediately before the former Act was repealed.  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 18.

19. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).  O. Reg. 369/11, s. 19.

SCHEDULE
Housing providers to which Part III Applies (Section 11)

Item

Service Manager

Housing Provider

1.

City of Brantford

Brantford — Hotinohsioni Inc.

2.

City of Brantford

Jaycees Brantford Non-Profit Homes Corporation

3.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc.

4.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

New Beginnings Housing Project of Chatham

5.

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation

6.

City of Cornwall

Cornwall Non-Profit Housing Corporation

7.

County of Dufferin

Family Transition Place (Dufferin) Foundation

8.

County of Dufferin

Hiwhois Assistance Group

9.

Regional Municipality of Durham

Cornerstone Community Association Durham Inc.

10.

Regional Municipality of Durham

The Oshawa Young Women’s Christian Association

11.

City of Greater Sudbury

Habitat Boreal Inc.

12.

City of Greater Sudbury

Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments

13.

County of Grey

Maam-Wiim-Win Native Homes Corporation

14.

County of Grey

The Women’s Centre (Grey-Bruce) Inc.

15.

Regional Municipality of Halton

Van Norman Community Homes Inc.

16.

City of Hamilton

Artaban Non-Profit Homes Inc.

17.

City of Hamilton

First Place Hamilton

18.

City of Hamilton

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc.

19.

City of Hamilton

Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc.

20.

City of Hamilton

Housing Our People Economically

21.

City of Hamilton

Southern Lights Co-operative Homes Inc.

22.

City of Hamilton

St. Matthew’s House

23.

City of Hamilton

Wesley Community Homes Inc.

24.

County of Huron

Phoenix Stage 2 Housing (Victims of Family Violence) of Huron County

25.

City of Kawartha Lakes

Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay

26.

City of Kingston

Bridge House (Kingston) Incorporated

27.

City of Kingston

Kingston Home Base Non-Profit Housing Inc.

28.

City of Kingston

North Frontenac Non-Profit Housing Corporation

29.

City of Kingston

Phoenix Homes Kingston

30.

City of Kingston

Royal Canadian Legion Villa Kingston

31.

City of Kingston

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Kingston

32.

County of Lambton

Ozanam Non-Profit Housing, Sarnia-Lambton

33.

City of London

Kinwell Place Non-Profit Housing Corporation

34.

City of London

LIFT Non-Profit Housing of London Inc.

35.

City of London

Mission Services of London

36.

City of London

Women’s Community House

37.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

OHSTO: SERI Urban Aboriginal Homes Inc.

38.

Regional Municipality of Niagara

The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects of Niagara

39.

County of Norfolk

Dunnville Non-Profit Housing Corporation

40.

County of Norfolk

South and Metcalfe Non-Profit Housing Corporation

41.

County of Northumberland

Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge

42.

County of Northumberland

Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation

43.

City of Ottawa

Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) Corporation

44.

City of Ottawa

Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation

45.

City of Ottawa

Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation

46.

City of Ottawa

National Capital Region Vietnamese Canadian Non-Profit Housing Corporation

47.

City of Ottawa

The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa‑Carleton

48.

County of Oxford

Anchorage Homes, Services & Initiatives Inc.

49.

County of Oxford

Ingamo Family Homes (Woodstock) Inc.

50.

Regional Municipality of Peel

Armagh

51.

City of Peterborough

Kairos Non-Profit Housing of Peterborough

52.

City of Peterborough

Kiwanis Club of Scott’s Plains Peterborough, Ontario, Inc.

53.

City of Peterborough

YWMCA

54.

County of Renfrew

Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc.

55.

County of Renfrew

Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential Development Inc.

56.

City of St. Thomas

Port Burwell Family Residences

57.

City of Stratford

Emily Murphy Second Stage Residence

58.

City of Toronto

A.H.E. Affordable Housing East Non-Profit Housing Corp.

59.

City of Toronto

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto

60.

City of Toronto

All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society

61.

City of Toronto

Anduhyaun Inc.

62.

City of Toronto

DeepQuong Non-Profit Homes

63.

City of Toronto

Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated

64.

City of Toronto

Ecuhome Corporation

65.

City of Toronto

Fred Victor Centre

66.

City of Toronto

Homes First Society

67.

City of Toronto

House of Compassion of Toronto

68.

City of Toronto

Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc.

69.

City of Toronto

Innstead Co-operative Inc.

70.

City of Toronto

Interchurch Community Housing Corporation

71.

City of Toronto

Mary Lambert Swale Non-Profit Homes Inc.

72.

City of Toronto

Myrmex Non-Profit Housing Inc.

73.

City of Toronto

Nishnawbe Homes Incorporated

74.

City of Toronto

Operation Springboard

75.

City of Toronto

Portland Place Non-Profit Housing Corporation

76.

City of Toronto

Project Esperance/Project Hope Corporation

77.

City of Toronto

Riverdale Co-operative Houses

78.

City of Toronto

Riverdale Housing Action Group Corporation.

79.

City of Toronto

St. Margaret Community Homes, Scarborough

80.

City of Toronto

Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc.

81.

City of Toronto

Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services

82.

City of Toronto

Wigwamen Incorporated

83.

City of Toronto

Wood Tree Co-operative Incorporated

84.

City of Toronto

Woodgreen Community Housing Inc.

85.

City of Toronto

Y.M.C.A. of Greater Toronto

86.

City of Toronto

YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc.

87.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

House of Friendship of Kitchener

88.

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Kitchener-Waterloo Young Women’s Christian Association

89.

County of Wellington

Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph

90.

County of Wellington

Matrix Affordable Homes for the Disadvantaged Inc.

91.

City of Windsor

Drouillard Place Non-Profit Housing Inc.

92.

City of Windsor

Glengarry Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Phase II)

93.

City of Windsor

Windsor Coalition Non-Profit Homes Inc.

94.

City of Windsor

Windsor Y Residence Inc.

95.

Regional Municipality of York

Transitional and Supportive Housing Service of York Region

96.

Kenora District Services Board

First Step Women’s Shelter

97.

Kenora District Services Board

Hoshizaki House Non-Profit Housing Corporation

98.

Kenora District Services Board

Red Lake Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

99.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

Niska Non-Profit Homes Inc.

100.

District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board

Triple Link Homes Incorporated

101.

District of Parry Sound Social Services Administration Board

Parry Sound Municipal Non‑Profit Housing Corporation

102.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

Atikokan Crisis Centre

103.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

Faith Non-Profit Housing Corp. (Fort Frances )

104.

Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board

Fort Frances Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation

105.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Beendigen Incorporated

106.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Geraldton Municipal Housing Corporation

107.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Greek Orthodox Community of the Holy Trinity Non-Profit Housing Corporation

108.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Holy Cross Villa of Thunder Bay

109.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Mattawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation

110.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Nipigon Housing Corporation

111.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Thunder Bay Deaf Housing Inc.

112.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Thunder Bay District Housing Corporation

113.

Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

Thunder Bay Metro Lions Housing Corporation

O. Reg. 369/11, Schedule.

 

 

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