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.

Court rules against tenants on heat increase appeal

On August 26, The Superior Court of Ontario decided that the landlords of Ontario will be allowed to keep windfall profits due to an temporary increase in gas price.

Tenant Day

Saturday June 1st, 2002

Approximately 60 tenants joined us at the Rosehill Reservoir to celebrate Tenant Day. The group marched from the park up the the Toronto South Housing Tribunal, across St. Clair Avenue and down Yonge Street. City Councillor Michael Walker and NDP Housing Critic Michael Prue joined us at the Rosehill Reservoir.


Tenant Summit IV

May 4th, 2002

A group of about 50 leaders from Toronto area Tenants' Associations joined us for our fourth Tenant Summit. One of the main topics of discussion was the June 28th Divisional Court case, and the FMTA's proposed intervention (see above). The group voted overwhelmingly in favour of the FMTA pursuing the intervention.

FMTA demands resignation of Tribunal Chair

February 28th, 2002

Approximately 20 Federation staff, board members and supporters hand delivered a letter to Mr. Puta-Chekwe, demanding his resignation. Reporters from CFRB and the Toronto Sun covered the story.

City of Toronto Rental Housing Forum

November 26th, 2001

The Federation sent out thousands of flyers for this event, and our volunteers made over 200 phone calls encouraging people to attend. We like to think we played a big part in achieving the overflow turn out: estimated between 500-700 people.

Outreach Team Co-ordinator Dan McIntyre spoke at the event, as did several Federation board members and volunteers.

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