OCAP | The Landlord Says What?
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The Landlord Says What?

Update: The rally has been cancelled because the Landlord and Tenant board has postponed the hearing on account of the COVID-19 outbreak. No new date has yet been set, but once there is, we will reschedule the rally for that date.

Thursday, March 19 | 9 am | 15 Grosvenor Street (Two blocks north of College station)
Facebook Event
Come to the rally at 9am. Stay for the hearing if you can.

The landlord at the Inglewood Arms says the residents of his licensed rooming house are not tenants. He doesn’t believe the roughly 90 people who live in the building have rights under the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA).

This despite the fact that the Inglewood Arms, located at 295 Jarvis street, has operated as a rooming house for over 30 years. Many residents have lived there long term, some over 10 years.

One of those tenants is going to the Landlord and Tenant board to establish the obvious: residents of the Inglewood Arms are tenants and have rights under the RTA. The landlord will be arguing against that.

As you might recall, the tenants at the Inglewood Arms are also taking on a corporate developer who wants to knock down their home and build a 36-storey condominium in its place. Victory at the landlord and tenant board will also strengthen the fight against the developer.

Join us for a rally to support the tenants and build the battle to keep the tenants housed.