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.

CLEO Launches Legal Rights Website!

Your Legal Rights

The Centre for Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) has created a new website: www.yourlegalrights.on.ca

On their website, you can access a wide selection of resources with free, practical, and easy-to-find legal information.

Some of the resources come in many languages.

FMTA in the News in September

Coming Soon! FMTA's ED Geordie Dent speaking with CP24 about tenant rights.
Watch for it on the "Know Your Rights" section of CP24's website.

FMTA "State of the Unit" Report Released

State of the Unit cover

The report focuses on recent issues that have been particularly
significant for tenants across Toronto including repairs, affordability,
bed bugs, hoarding and discrimination. It reviews a number of reports
on poverty in Toronto, and how socio-economic factors like affordability
and gentrification shape neighbourhoods in the city, access to

Reminder - Register for Tenant Summit this Weekend

Just a friendly reminder to register for the 2011 Tenant Summit if you have not done so already. Info on registration below.

Joe Fiorito from the Toronto Star will be speaking at this year's summit, while tenants will also be able to access workshops, some film screenings and discussions on tenancy issues in our City.

October 1st, 2011

voteforhousing.ca - up and running!

The Vote for Housing website www.voteforhousing.ca is now up and running. You can find the four housing fact sheets, September 8 housing debate flyer and Vote for Housing's Statement on Livable and Affordable Housing for candidates and parties on the site.

Provincial Election Housing Fact Sheets - By Social Planning Toronto and voteforhousing.ca

A message from Social Planning Toronto:  "Please find attached Social Planning Toronto and Vote for Housing's four housing election fact sheets. We hope that you will find them a useful resource in your provincial election organizing work and in raising housing issues at all-candidates meetings, with community and neighbours and with the candidates at the door.

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