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Thorncliffe Park Tenants Walk in Support of Landlord Licensing! Join Them on May 29!

Thorncliffe Park Tenants Association would like to cordially invite you to our upcoming community event.


Together for Change

 Sunday May 29, 2016 @ 12:30-2:30 PM

 71 Thorncliffe Park Drive (Start/End)

Hundreds of tenants, who call their vibrantly diverse Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood home, will be joining the "Tenants Walk Together for Change” in support of licensing landlords / certification of safe multi-residential buildings in Toronto and to say no to the proposed Ontario government changes to the Residential Tenancies Act.

Tenants across the City of Toronto and throughout Ontario are very concerned about the deteriorating conditions of their aging apartments. Millions of residents who rent their homes continue to live in victimized silence, some in deplorable conditions, with little or no repairs to their units and lack of property maintenance and repair standards. The gradual decline of tenant rights by a growing number of private residential housing providers and their property management agents must shift to valuing their residential rental consumers with a concentrated focus on good customer service.

Keeping all rental properties in a good state of repair and service standards, while obeying health, safety and maintenance laws is good for business. Tenant respect and dignity must remain at the forefront of the private rental housing industry.

Please RSVP to Abbas Kolia, President, Thorncliffe Park Tenants Association at 647-960-9178 or  <mailto:[email protected]

May 25, 2016

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