January 23, 2018EditorComments 0
After creating a lot of hope by passing legislation allowing inclusionary zoning, the province messed this up and drafted a set of regulations that mean that very few (if any) municipalities will enact local inclusionary zoning bylaws. And those that do will find it doesn’t get them very far.
December 23, 2013Ray SullivanComments 0
“We need a national housing plan — one that includes the creation of new affordable housing opportunities and maintains our existing social housing units.”
September 15, 2012Meg McCallumComments 0
CCOC built our first building at 50 James Street in 1979. This five storey building with twenty-two apartments has nine planter boxes where tenants grow vegetables, herbs and flowers.