How about an $89-million infusion of cash from the federal government to brighten up your day?

The City of Toronto is finally starting to see the spoils of Canada's new National Housing Strategy, which was announced last year and will see the feds spend $40 billion on housing accessibility projects across the country over a 10-year period.

"More middle-class Canadians — and those working hard to join it — will find safe, accessible and affordable homes in communities where their families can thrive," said Minister of Families, Children and Social Development Jean-Yves Duclos when announcing the news this morning.

"Our Government is committed to increasing the supply of rental units for Canadians through projects like the one we are announcing today."


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