The new rental homes for local residents was made possible by $15 million in funding from the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program together with more than $22 million in municipal financial incentives from the Region of Peel.
Its chair, Frank Dale, said: “Norton Lake is a great example of what we can accomplish when all levels of government, private sector partners, non-profit organizations and local neighbours work together to contribute to the well-being of our community.
"I want to express my gratitude to everyone involved in this development and am especially grateful to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 609 for giving us the opportunity to develop this land into a home for Legion members, seniors and families in Peel.”
Since 2003, Ontario has committed more than $4 billion in funding for affordable housing.
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The federal government, Ontario’s provincial administration and the Region of Peel have announced 200 new affordable houses at Norton Lake Residence in