(OTTAWA, ON) January 21, 2021 – At its first meeting of the year, the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation Board of Directors approved OCHC’s 2021 Budget. This budget highlights how, despite financial pressures… Continue Reading OCHC Board of Directors Approves 2021 Budget
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About Ottawa Community Housing Corporation
OCH provides approximately 15,000 homes to about 32,000 tenants, including seniors, parents, children, couples, singles and persons with special needs, within many communities across the City of Ottawa. OCH houses a diverse population of varying languages, ethnicity and cultures. OCH is the largest social housing provider in Ottawa, managing two-thirds of the City’s social housing portfolio, and is the second largest in Ontario. OCH was selected as one of the National Capital Region’s Top Employers in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
The OCH Board of Directors is comprised of twelve members, including four City Councillors, six Community representatives, a tenant Board member, and the Mayor as an Ex-Officio member. The Corporation operates at arm’s length from the City of Ottawa, our sole Shareholder. OCH collaborates with nearly 100 community and private sector partners to serve and support OCH residents. The OCH portfolio includes buildings ranging in age from one year old to over one hundred years old.