April 29, 2015 – Don Mills – The Spring HOPE Food Drive was successful in collecting food and cash donations totaling just over 400,000lbs of food for needy families across Ontario. Over 2,500 property management staff, volunteers and tenants helped collect the food over a 3-hour period during the food drive. Over thirty companies donated trucks to help pick… Read More
April 15, 2015 – The Federation of Rental-Providers of Ontario (FRPO) is welcoming yesterday’s announcement that the Ontario government is launching consultations to support a renewed Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy. FRPO is supportive of the province’s renewed efforts at updating the Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy so that housing policies are relevant to current realities and reflect new research,… Read More
April 1, 2015 – The Federation of Rental-Providers of Ontario (FRPO) thanks Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) and its members for attending its Rental Housing Industry Reception at Queen’s Park on March 31st. FRPO’s 2015 MPP Reception at Queen’s Park was a productive and effective event, facilitating a discussion opportunity between members of FRPO with MPPs and… Read More
Ontario’s top landlords and property managers were once again recognized for achievement at this year’s FRPO MAC Awards Gala.
Interval House is excited to announce that they are working with their shelter partners, NAOC and the Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO) to expand services to Ottawa and Hamilton to give more women a real stepping stone to help them rebuild their lives.
The Federation of Rental-housing Providers of Ontario (FRPO) wants Ontario’s cities, including London, Toronto, Windsor and Hamilton, to stop the taxing of tenants at two to three times more than homeowners.
FRPO’s New Environmental Operating Standards Offers Renters the Opportunity to Play an Active Role in Promoting a Greener Living Environment in their Apartment Community
FRPO has officially named Scott Andison as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Ontario’s rental housing industry contributed over $18.3 billion to the province’s GDP in 2012, while supporting 147,000 full-time jobs and generating $7 billion in tax revenues to governments, according to a new KPMG report released by FRPO.