Housing Information: National

National Housing Information | Share Lawyers

Share Lawyers has compiled a list of national housing information and resources for those who call Canada home. Whether you are renting your property, are a renter, own your home, or are in between living situations, it’s essential to know what resources and services are available to you in your area.

National Housing Information

Canada Landlords Association
The Canada Landlords Association is an organization for small residential landlords across Canada. For more information visit the Canada Landlords Association website.

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) Assistance Programs
For more information are available to first-time homeowners visit the CMHC website.

Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada
CHF Canada works to inspire, represent, and serve its members in a united co-operative housing movement. To find out more information visit the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada’s website.

Habitat for Humanity ………. (519) 455-6623
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that builds new homes for low-income families, for more information visit the Habitat for Humanity website.

Housing in Canada Online
Housing in Canada online (HiCO) is an online database allowing users to create custom tables to examine housing conditions in any given area in Canada by various categories. For more National housing information visit the HiCO website.

Natural Resources Canada - Housing
Natural Resources Canada assists homeowners, homebuyers, builders, renovators, designers, and manufacturers realize the potential for the reduction of the national energy footprint. For more information visit the Natural Resources Canada website.

Regional Housing Information

Alberta
Laws for Landlords and Tenants in Alberta
Ministry of Seniors and Housing ………. 1-877-644-9992
Service Alberta: Rental Agreements ………. 1-877-427-4088

British Columbia
Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) ………. 1-888-921-2462
BC Housing ………. 1-866-465-6873
BC Landlord and Tenant Resources ………. 1-800-665-8779
Co-operative Housing Federation of BC (CHF BC) ………. 1-866-879-5111
Landlord BC ………. 1-888-330-6707
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Manitoba
Cooperative Development Services ………. (204) 726-7003
Manitoba Housing ………. 1-800-661-4663
Manitoba Landlords Association (MBLA)
Municipal Relations ………. 1-866-626-4862
Residential Tenancies Branch ……….1-800-782-8403
Urban Native Non-Profit Housing ………. (204) 945-4661

New Brunswick
Affordable Rental Housing Program
Landlord and Tenant Services
New Brunswick Coalition of Transition Houses ………. (506) 466-5879
New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association Inc. ………. (506) 451-4772 Ext 201
Residential Tenancies Tribunal ………. 1-888-762-8600

Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation ………. (709) 724-3000
Transition House Association of Newfoundland ………. (709) 739-6759

Northwest Territories
Borealis Housing Co-Operative ………. (867) 873-8716
Northwest Territories Housing Corporation ………. (867) 695-2519
Yellowknife Housing Authority ………. (867) 873-5694
YWCA Yellowknife ………. (867) 920-2777

Nova Scotia
Community Housing Management Network ………. 1-866-796-0333
Co‑operative Housing Federation ………. (902) 423-7119
Housing Nova Scotia ………. 3-1-1
Metropolitan Regional Housing Authority ………. (902) 420-6000
Public Housing for Seniors ………. 1-800-565-3135

Nunavut
Nunavut Housing Corporation ………. (867) 975-7200

Ontario
Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada Ontario Region ………. 1-800-268-2537
Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) ………. 1-800-811-5146
Landlord’s Self Help Centre ………. 1-800-730-3218
Ministry of Housing ………. (416) 585-6500
Ministry of Municipal Affairs ………. 416-585-7000
Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services (OAHS) ………. 1-800-492-160
Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board ………. 1-888-332-3234
Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association (ONPHA) ………. (416) 927-9144

Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown Area Housing Authority ………. (902) 620-3408
Housing in PEI ………. 1-800-236-5196
Housing Assistance ………. (902) 368-5771
Nanegkam Housing ………. (902) 566-4729

Québec
Confédération québécoise des coopératives d’habitation (CQCH) ………. (514) 843-6929
Corporation Waskahegen ………. (418) 276-7551
Quebec Landlord’s Association ………. 1-888-382-9670
Société d'habitation du Québec

Saskatchewan
Camponi Housing Corp. ………. (306) 653-0384
Saskatchewan Co-operative Association ………. (306) 244-3702
Saskatchewan Housing Corporation ………. (306) 787-4177
Saskatchewan Landlord Association ………. (306) 653-714

Yukon
Residential Tenancies Office
Social Housing ………. 1-800-661-0408 ext. 5759
Yukon Housing Corporation ………. 1-800-661-0408

Whatever your housing needs may be, there is National housing information and resources there for you.


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