Mayor Olivia Chow and Council Speaker Frances Nunziata (York South-Weston) will be joined by Angus Palmer, General Manager of Wigwamen Inc., to officially announce the purchase of two buildings through the City of Toronto’s Multi-Unit Residential Acquisition Program (MURA).
Date: Friday, September 29
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Location: 2419 Keele St.
Note: Limited street parking is available. Event is in the parking area behind the building.
The City’s MURA Program offers funding to not-for-profit housing providers such as Wigwamen Inc. to preserve existing affordable rental housing stock for Toronto residents. The program supports the purchase and conversion of private market rental housing to create permanent affordable homes owned by non-profit and Indigenous housing organizations, including community land trusts.
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