Mission

The Federation of Metro Tenants' Associations (FMTA) is a non-profit Organization which advocates for better rights for Tenants. Founded in 1974, we are the oldest and largest Tenant Federation in Canada. The FMTA is comprised of affiliated Tenant Associations and of individual Members. We have over 3,000 members and continue to grow.

Call for Nominations! Join the FMTA Board of Directors!

Are you interested in running one of the most influential tenants rights agencies in Toronto? Do you know someone who should be on our Board of Directors?

If so please consider putting in a Nomination for the FMTA Board of Directors!

Nominations can be submitted to fmta@torontotenants.org or via mail to the Nominations Committee at:

Announcing The First Annual FMTA Tenant Awards!

Do you know a tenant has worked to better the lives of tenants in our city? A person who has made an outstanding contribution to the well-being and future of Toronto renters? Who has made an impact on your community? Who has fought discrimination? Built community? Who has inspired you?

 

New Resource: The FMTA's Guide to Renovations: What Tenants Need to Know

Guide to Renovations in PDF

Check out the FMTA's latest resource on (almost) everything a tenant needs to know about renovations!

New Resource: A Guide to Living with Pests: Identification, Regulation and Treatment Options

Check out the FMTA's latest resource on living wih those creepy crawler: pests!  

Bed Bugs, ants, cockroaches, mice...we've got the 411 on all of them as well as info on identification, regulation and treatment options.  Download the guide today here.

New Resource: A Guide to Development and Planning at the City of Toronto

Check out the FMTA's latest resource on navigating the long and complex development and planning process at the City of Toronto!

An overview of the process, the role of tenants, City Councillors, provisions protecting rental housing...it's all here!

Tenants Say that Flimsy Law Leaves Door Open for "Renovictions"

A group of tenants evicted from their homes at 795 College Street for renovations  are shocked that their landlord was legally able to kick them out and re-rent their apartments to new tenants, at substantially higher rents.

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