As Mississauga continues to develop, there are places in need of more affordable housing around the city. A recent development approved by the city’s minor variance committee will result in just that type of housing.
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Nearly $8 million in federal and provincial funding will be heading into Oxford County to help add 130 new affordable housing units.
In a joint announcement with provincial, federal and municipal leaders, as well as local developers, a commitment of $7.8 million was announced that should help ease the growing need for affordable housing in the Oxford region.
I love when I run into stories like this! @IndwellCA's Graham stopped me to speak about this affordable housing project that saves people money and reduces energy consumption — cutting emissions by up to 65%. 🏡 Good for our communities and good for our environment! #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/FNnSiFdNXD — Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 (@cathmckenna) August 8, 2019
Woodstock, ON — More people will now have a place to call home in Oxford County. The federal and provincial governments are investing over $7.8 million to create 130 affordable housing units through the Canada-Ontario Investment in Affordable Housing (IAH) agreement.