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Welcome to the Community Housing Transformation Centre

The Community Housing Transformation Centre is a catalyst for the growth of community housing across Canada.

We provide grants, tools and services to support community housing stakeholders (non-profit housing organizations, housing co-ops, federations, associations, groups and governments) in their efforts to enact social change, ensure economic sustainability, and bolster growth and efficiency.


Find out about our services, programs and grants, browse our news and get involved in growing community housing in Canada.


Accelerate the growth of community housing

Nova Scotia’s Community Housing Growth Fund

Green Kickstarter Fund

Strengthening the sector’s commitment to eco-responsibility

Self-Assessment Tools

Run a health check on your organization using the Organizational Compass and the Green Compass. Fill out our free online self-assessment form to:

  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Access an automatically generated action plan
  • Consult the list of resources available to implement the plan


  • Local Projects
  • Sectoral Projects
  • Nunalingni Piruqpaalirut Fund
  • Nova Scotia’s Community Housing Growth Fund


  • Energy efficiency coaching services
  • Self-assessment tools
  • Resource inventory
  • Special projects​


In partnership with the Social Planning Council of Kingston and Developmental Services Ontario—South-East Region. Want to learn interesting facts about the Centre’s funding programs? Stéphan Corriveau, the Centre’s Executive Director, will talk about the organization, eligibility for funding and the most efficient ways to apply for a grant. Don’t forget...

The Fonds immobilier de The Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ has announced on July 9 an additional investment of $15 million in the Fonds d’acquisition de Montréal (FAM), bringing the fund’s budget for the construction of community housing in Greater Montréal to $25 million. “This contribution is an important step towards creating community housing in...

For those who have followed the Centre’s journey, we have made it quite clear that at the core of everything we do, our predominant value—one we try to disseminate as much as we can—is collaboration. The social housing sector is a diverse place where, over the last few years, many...

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