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Ontario Homebuilders Association Launches Third-Party Election Advocacy Campaign to Expose Ontario’s Housing Crisis, Canada Business Journal

Toronto, March 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, the Ontario Housing Construction Association is proud to announce the launch of a 2022 election advocacy campaign centered on Ontario people and current housing. .. OHBA has gathered to raise awareness and build public campaigns to create urgency behind the serious housing shortages in Ontario.

Please join us today at 10:00 am EST on March 14th. Take a look inside the campaign with OHBA President Bob Sikedans, his colleagues and the general public. The registration link is here: https: //us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IRv9VZsLQha75la6TIDLOw.

Ontario cannot simply regulate how to get out of a housing shortage. You cannot tax the road to housing abundance. I need to build more houses. In these times, it’s not enough to just stand by. It is the responsibility of all of us to correct this confusion.

“The lack of housing in Ontario puts a huge financial burden on individuals and families, forcing people from the communities they want to live in to price and drive until they qualify,” says President Bob Sikedans. “This makes many Ontario citizens make painful choices that they never have to make, such as deciding whether to put food on the table or pay a mortgage.”

State-wide OHBA members and local associations are ready to build the housing supplies needed to keep Ontario the perfect place to live, work and play.We invite the general public to visit our campaign Website You will be engaged. Demand action from politicians who want your vote. We urge government officials to strengthen and reduce bureaucracy so that Ontario can work together to build the housing supply it needs urgently.

All parties need to work together to resolve the current housing crisis facing Ontario. Unless a meaningful and realistic supply-side solution is presented, we will continue to face it. For more information on advocacy campaigns and how to participate, please visit our website at www.ontariobuildmorehomes.ca.

Vote to build a new neighborhood or community. Cut **** and vote to build your next home.

For media requests and interviews, please contact Emma Maynard –emaynard@ohba.ca or 416-578-5800, Director of Communications, Marketing and Events.


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Ontario Homebuilders Association Launches Third-Party Election Advocacy Campaign to Expose Ontario’s Housing Crisis, Canada Business Journal

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