When Stephen Dupuis passed away in 2011, the Toronto home building community lost a tireless and inspiring leader.. and all of us in the development industry lost a good friend. And while Stephen’s successes in uniting and representing the GTA’s building community were unmatched, it was his unwavering commitment to corporate social responsibility that truly marks his legacy. The Stephen Dupuis Humanitarian Award was created by BILD to honour that legacy, with recipients chosen for their consistent community involvement and philanthropic activity. We are thrilled to have received the award bearing Stephen’s name,and recognize this honour as an opportunity to further leverage the power of our business platform to build strong, healthy, and inclusive communities.Read More..
‘We are closer than we’ve been in over 30 years to addressing the critical shortage of affordable housing in our communities.’Read More..
President of The Daniels Corporation, Mitchell Cohen, shares his insight on social procurement and how the power behind this tool can expand beyond local and econmic benefits. An excellent example of what Daniels has stood for since it was founded more than 34 years ago.Read More..
"This bubble doesn’t need to burst. A little air can be released, however, through thoughtful policy coordination and timely strategic investment"
Mitchell Cohen, President of The Daniels Corporation, shares his thoughts on the current housing bubble and how we can release the pressure.Read More..
“We are thrilled that the budget recognizes the importance of investing in affordable housing, and that particular recognition is given to both Homelessness Prevention and the construction of new supportive housing units. These investments will create jobs that will have an immediate economic benefit. As importantly, investments in supportive housing and reducing chronic homelessness will significantly reduce health care costs.” - Mitchell Cohen, President, The Daniels CorporationRead More..
For the past decade, not much has happened when it comes to an affordable, national housing strategy in Canada. But housing advocates are cautiously optimistic that's about to change, given the election of the new Liberal government in Ottawa, and sympathetic governments at Queen's Park and at city halls. The Agenda discusses whether there's enough momentum for change.Read More..
The stars are in perfect alignment for comprehensive action on affordable housing. Prior to the recent federal election, both the City of Toronto and the province of Ontario were poised to embrace affordable housing as a fundamental building block of a healthy societyRead More..
Nine years ago, our company was selected as Toronto Community Housing’s (TCH) development partner on the revitalization of the 69-acre Regent Park community in Toronto’s Downtown East.Read More..
The political stars are aligned, so it’s time for every one of us to become a champion for affordable housing.Read More..
The revitalization projects being spearheaded by Toronto Community Housing in Regent Park, Lawrence Heights and Alexandra Park, are demonstrating that public/private partnerships can change both the face and foundation of social housing.Read More..