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.

Questions and Answers: Ontario's Fair Housing Plan

Ontario's Fair Housing Plan was announced on April 20th and includes a whole host of changes to tenant laws.  Below are answers to some common questions that the FMTA has recieved since the Provincial announcement.


Q: When do the proposed changes take effect?

Upcoming Tenant School- Empowering Tenants Through Education

UPDATE: Registration is now closed for the June Tenant School sessions.

Tenant Hotline Down for Maintenance

The tenant hotline is currently offline undergoing maintenance.

If you have a questions about your rights or what the law says, please email us at

hotline@torontotenants.org

Thanks,

FMTA

Tenant Association Profile: Bretton Place Tenants Association

Bretton Place Tenants’ Association (BPTA) was established over 30 years ago to represent the collective interests of residents of Bretton Place (44 Jackes and 33 Rosehill).

Get Involved with the New Campaign Launched by the Toronto Alliance for Homelessness

The Toronto Alliance for Homelessness, in partnership with the City of Toronto, is launching a campaign to raise public awareness about homelessness in Toronto.

FMTA responds to Ontario's Fair Housing Plan

It is a good day for tenants.

Long sought-after changes to the tenancy laws have been announced today by the Province.  The FMTA - including Tenant Associations, individial members and the Board of Directors - has been pushing for decades for many of the tenant protections announced today.  

Our Tenant Community Development Project is Back!

The FMTA is pleased to announce the return of our Tenant Community Development Project! We’re back in buildings developing and strengthening relationships with tenants across the City of Toronto. We’re also supporting leadership development, civic engagement and will be holding in depth training on tenant rights through our tenant school project.

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