2015 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show

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Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association

The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association (ONPHA) Conference and Trade Show is the largest conference of its kind in Canada. The 2015 conference and trade show, taking place October 16-18 in Toronto, is the housing sector’s premier event, drawing affordable housing landlords, policy makers, tenants, community partners, and representatives of municipal and provincial government.

This year’s theme, Beyond the Blueprint, is about bringing new information and ideas into the affordable housing conversation. Our sector, our communities and our province have changed – we cannot afford to miss the opportunities that are ahead of us.

At this year's conference, you'll have the opportunity to learn from some of the sector’s most innovative and knowledgeable experts. You’ll also find excellent opportunities to network with like-minded individuals across the province, from networking dinners to a documentary film night to our banquet reception, dinner and dance party.

Ontario’s housing sector is ripe with new and exciting ideas for meeting the new and perennial challenges facing our organizations, tenant communities and neighbourhoods. Join us and see what we mean. Bring your ideas and inspire others.

See what people are saying about the conference on Twitter by following the hashtag #ONPHAconf.


For over 25 years, ONPHA has been the voice of non-profit housing in Ontario.

Our 760 member organizations operate more than 168,000 non‐profit housing units in over 220 communities in Ontario.

Through our research and advocacy, professional development, and member support activities, we offer our members the tools they need to develop and deliver high-quality affordable housing.

ONPHA leads, unites and supports a strong community-based affordable housing sector, focusing on a diverse range of people, including: seniors; low‐income families with children; Aboriginal people; the working poor; victims of violence and abuse; people living with developmental disabilities, mental illness, addictions and HIV/AIDS; and the formerly homeless/hard‐to‐house.

To learn more about ONPHA, please visit our website at www.onpha.on.ca.