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WATCH NOW 📺: Today we were at Queen's Park with Mike Layton and ACORN Canada to speak out against recent proposed regulations that would effectively reverse the progress we've made on affordable housing 🏘 through Inclusionary Zoning. READ OUR LETTER:
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Walied Khogali
· September 14, 2017
~ happy to support our good friends at social planning toronto - thanks to John Campey for his contributions to an organization that for the past 60 years has provided critical social research, commu...nity capacity building and evidence based advocacy. Thank you. See More
Charlene Grandmaison
· April 4, 2018
Great community learning experience for the grass roots person. Cya next Tuesday!
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· March 21, 2018
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November 1, 2011
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Our very own Brian Eng offering some perspective on the province's new Inclusionary Zoning announcement.

"Whether city council “steps up” and creates a bylaw that balances growth with the creation of enough affordable units is something city builders across the province will be keeping a close watch on, said Brian Eng, a member of Social Planning Toronto’s inclusionary zoning working group. Social Planning Toronto was heavily involved with pushing for flexible regulations."…/torontos-affordable-housing-tool-…

New inclusionary zoning regulations give cities the power to design and draft flexible bylaws around the development of affordable housing units.

Our friends at Maytree have sent a letter to the Minister of Housing on affordable housing and Inclusionary Zoning. We couldn't have said it better ourselves. 🌆🏘🏗…/let-cities-build-affordable-housing/

In December 2017, the Ontario government published draft regulations on the use of Inclusionary Zoning in Ontario. These regulations outline limits on how municipalities can require affordable housing units to be built as part of residential developments. In an open letter to Ontario Housing Ministe...