QUEEN’S PARK — MPP Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that the federal government will transfer funding for affordable housing directly to city service managers, after the provincial government failed to meet its construction targets.

“While I’m glad that Ontario municipalities will still get the funding they need to …

QUEEN’S PARK — MPP Clancy and MPP Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that just 20 corporate landlords filed over half of the applications for above-guideline rent increases (AGIs) in the first eight months of 2022.

“The overuse of AGIs in Ontario is costing people their homes.

With increasing frequency, renters …

QUEEN’S PARK — Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to the government’s proposed housing legislation.

“With this bill, the government is effectively admitting defeat after five years of housing failures.

Instead of taking big and bold leadership to build more homes that people can afford, they’re tinkering around the edges and shifting …

QUEEN’S PARK — Today, MPP Aislinn Clancy and MPP Mike Schreiner were joined by tenants from the Kitchener riding to call on the government to pass Clancy’s private members’ bill, the Keeping People Housed Act.

Kitchener tenants Karolina Kruk and Leonard Shushan, both of whom have been fighting bad-faith evictions from their apartments …

QUEEN’S PARK — Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that the government wants to include the creation of student residences toward its goal of building 1.5 million homes.

“The lengths this government will go to in order to distract from its rock-bottom housing record are outrageous.

Instead of stepping up …

GUELPH — Leader Mike Schreiner made the following statement in response to the Premier’s comments suggesting that he will not accept the federal government’s $5 billion funding offer that requires the province to legalize fourplexes province-wide.

“You’d think that a government that has altogether failed to fix Ontario’s housing crisis would welcome $5 …

QUEEN’S PARK — Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that the government’s failure to meet affordable housing targets means the province may lose $357 million in federal funding.

“The government’s abysmal failure to meet its own affordable housing targets is appalling – and everyday Ontarians are the ones paying …

QUEEN’S PARK — MPP Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to the government’s proposed Municipal Housing Infrastructure Program.

“With the provincial budget just days away, this government is desperately trying to distract from their failure to address the housing crisis.

This announcement is a drop in the bucket of what’s needed to …

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