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About Toronto Seniors Housing

Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation (TSHC) provides subsidized rental housing in a state of good repair for approximately 15,000 low- and moderate-income seniors in 83 buildings across the city.

We provide and connect tenants with services and support through an integrated service model to enable seniors to age in place, have successful tenancies and enjoy a better quality of life.

Toronto Seniors Housing was created in 2021 as part of the City of Toronto’s Tenants First plan. We began operating in June 2022. We partner closely with Toronto Community Housing, which owns the buildings that we operate.

For more information, visit our news and events page, contact us or learn how to become a tenant.

Governance

Toronto Seniors Housing is incorporated under the Ontario Business Corporations Act, with the City of Toronto as its sole shareholder. We are governed by a Board of Directors appointed by Toronto City Council.

A Council-approved Shareholder Direction sets out the TSHC’s operating principles and, mandate, the relationship between the TSHC and the City, and other governance matters. TSHC’s operations are funded in part through the City’s Shelter, Support and Housing Administration Division acting as Service Manager under the Housing Services Act, 2011.