Annual Rent Guideline Changes
The Residential Tenancies Act sets an annual guideline which sets the amount that most landlords can raise rent by each year. This amount is based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index for the year before. On June 19, 2012, a new law came into effect which limits this amount to 2.5%. The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing announced that the guideline for 2013 will be 2.5%. You can read her announcement here.
The committee of the Legislature that was studying this law voted down the government’s proposal that the guideline never be allowed to fall below 1%.
- Human Rights in Housing
- Improving the Residential Tenancies Act and the Landlord and Tenant Board
- Annual Rent Guideline Changes
- Changes to Co-op Eviction Law
- Bill 132, Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act, 2015
- Eliminating Fees at the LTB for Low-Income Tenants
- Improving the Residential Tenancies Act
- Province-Wide Guideline for Police Dealing with Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Provincial Enforcement of Property Maintenance Standards in Rental Housing
- Telephone Hearings
- Working with the Landlord and Tenant Board
- New Affordable Housing
- Reducing Homelessness
- Social Housing Tenant Issues
- Tenants and Local Government Planning
- Tenant Utility Issues
- Are Evictions Being Privatized?
- National Housing Strategy