Kingston, Ontario Canada
Ver 2.0 December 2000
These are some of the local Kingston and other housing
resources which may be of some interest to the not-for-profit housing
community. We hope they help you in obtaining housing information and solving
problems. Suggestions for other resources, with comments, can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org):
Home Base Housing
Home Base was started in the 1980s. It focuses on housing for single adults and
youth in Kingston.
Tipi Moza (Iron
An urban native housing provider in Kingston with 17
scattered homes across the city.
Not-for-Profit Housing Association
Housing Help Centre 421 Barrie St., Kingston
opening December 2000 - Bill Crozier, Executive Director
A drop-in centre, voice mail boxes, temporary winter shelter, housing advocacy
Registry - at the Housing Help Centre
Run since its inception by Kingston Friendship Homes, the Registry recently
consolidated it operations with the Housing Help Centre at 421 Barrie St., Kingston
The Seaway Valley Co-operative Organization is a network of housing co-ops in
the Belleville to Brockville area of Ontario
of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation
City Living was started in the 1980s by the City of Ottawa. It is the
municipally owned not-for-profit housing corporation in the City.
of Ottawa-Carleton Tenants Association
OCISO Non-Profit Housing
Alliance Housing Co-operative Inc
A family housing co-operative in Ottawa's south end sponsored by the Public
Service Alliance of Canada in the early 1980's.
Sidney Towers Housing
Formed in 1981, Sidney Towers is a not-for-profit
housing co-op in the Dow's Lake area. It consists of 34 apartments in a mid-rise
building and 7 stacked suites
Tallman Co-operative Homes
A 60 suite co-operative located in the West end of Ottawa.
Non-Profit Housing Association
Roof - Solutions for Canada's Homeless
Ontario Assoc. of Non-Profit Homes &
Services for Seniors
Seaway Valley Co-op
Lanark County Non-Profit
Housing Advisory Committee
In Eastern Ontario Non-Profits
A listing of potential groups for individuals to apply for housing across
Valley Co-op Organization
The Thorncliffe Village Story
for non-profit housing to the Ontario Legislature
and Housing Corporation
Canada's National Housing Agency
Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada
The national association of co-operative housing groups across Canada.
Housing Again - Housing
Advocacy in Canada
Canadian Housing and Renewal Association
EcoDesign Resource Centre
Center for Non-Profit Management
The Phoenix Commotion is committed to reducing the landfill waste-stream by diverting
useable building materials into the construction of low-income housing, with an unskilled,
minimum-wage labor force. Building the "after-market" house with this mission in mind
addresses three major social problems with one activity.
This Taunton Press magazine has a chat room, "Breaktime," where
you can question builders and contractors.
How to deal with the disposition of pests that can cause trouble. It offers strategies the
amateur can use.
Natural solutions to dealing with pests with few chemicals.
and Self-Sufficient Architecture
Illustrates alternative construction techniques.
Explores many alternative construction methods many fun, inexpensive
The Sustainable Design and Construction Database
US National Park Service information - Sustainable Design and Construction Database
The ICA represents co-operative organizations around the world