Canadian Liberals release first-ever National Housing Strategy

Canada’s first-ever National Housing Strategy has been decades in the making. Together with our sector partners, ONPHA has long-advocated for a strategy focused on the needs of Canada’s most vulnerable people, with strong investments designed to address the immediate challenges facing non-profit housing providers.

Read a brief summary of what we recommended during the public consultation process. 

Just in time for National Housing Day 2017, the federal government has released their highly anticipated National Housing Strategy. Keep reading for our response to their commitments, and to learn how they might affect non-profit housing providers. 

ONPHA’s response to the National Housing Strategy

Read ONPHA's response to the National Housing Strategy

See how the National Housing Strategy compares to ONPHA’s recommendations

Read ONPHA's submission for the National Housing Strategy: A fresh start for Canada's housing system (October 2016)


Join us for our webinar

Navigating the National Housing Strategy: The Community Housing Lens

Thursday, January 11, 2018 | 2 to 3 p.m.

Join ONPHA’s Deputy Executive Director Margie Carlson for a review of the strategy and what it could mean for Ontario’s housing providers and ONPHA’s members.

Learn more and register


Investments in non-profit and co-op housing pays off today and for future generations. We teamed up with CHF Canada, Ontario Region to show why co-op and non-profit housing is (still) Ontario’s best investment.

Download our 2017 value proposition to learn more.