Sep 11, 2017
By Michael Kramer
The Ontario government says it’s spending $200 million dollars over three years – to help provide housing for the homeless.
The government says the money will help find dwellings for those who have experienced chronic homelessness – as well as supporting them with counselling and addiction services.
The city of Toronto will be getting a large share of the cash – amounting to $90 million dollars over three years.
The Wynne government says it will announce funding for more municipalities later in the autumn.