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Join our virtual town hall discussion!

Starting May 11th, the Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness (TAEH) will host an online town hall discussion. We will continue these virtual town halls for four weeks. Join in to share your thoughts, ask questions and talk with TAEH members, people with lived experience of homelessness and other leaders in our city on this issue. We will also discuss the recent #TorontoForAll and #MYTORONTO campaigns TAEH is a part of.

Details of who will be taking part in each town hall will be available on the website, as people are confirmed.  Updates on specific town halls will be shared with people who register – so please make sure to do this if you are interested and want to stay in the know! 

Register now for the town halls!

May 11, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT

May 17, 2017 at 8:00 PM EDT

May 24, 2017 at 8:00 PM EDT

May 31, 2017 at 12:00 PM EDT



It’s not always easy to be a YIMBY. Public meetings about new developments usually attract the most vocal opponents, even if most people are happy to welcome their new neighbours. However, your courageous voice can have a huge impact at public meetings.


The opportunities for public consultation

This fact sheet describes the planning process in the City of Toronto.


Toronto City Council

Find information about the City of Toronto Council and Committees here. Visit the 'Have Your Say' section for ways to make your voice heard. Read more...

Items of note:

2017.CD19.6 - Proposed New Engagement and Planning Process for Emergency Shelters



The 20,000 Homes Campaign is a national movement of communities working together to permanently house 20,000 of Canada’s most vulnerable homeless people by July 1, 2018.

Do you want to learn more about the services the City provides to support people experiencing or who are at risk of experiencing homelessness? Visit the Shelter, Support and Housing Administration website by clicking on the image to the right to familiarize yourself with the services available to people experiencing homelessness and housing instability