Tenant Associations keep you connected with your neighbours and the broader community. They also provide a way for tenants to work with us in an advisory capacity on matters affecting your housing community. We encourage tenants to organize associations at each of our sites, and will work with the representatives that you elect.
The Constitution for Tenant Associations outlines issues including meetings: how often, notice and quorum requirements, voting, recording what happened at the meeting by way of minutes, duties of representatives, when someone ceases, or no longer qualifies to be a Representative.
It's easier to work towards shared goals if we operate by a set of reasonable guidelines; however, sometimes a Tenant Association struggles to interpret or apply the Constitution. In these cases, we work with you to address specific challenges.
Tenant Association Conferences
The Fall 2017 Conference has been cancelled. Stay tuned for further details regarding future events.
2016 Capital Award
Delegates to the 2016 Conference chose a multi-faceted proposal that included a variety of improvements to create spaces that foster community at Greystone Village. Delegates awarded a 30,000 Capital Improvement Grant to fund mini projects which will include: fencing, installation of a basketball hoop, clearing a grassy area to enable children to play soccer, common area seating, more community garden boxes and murals to turn grey concrete walls into art.