Council vote secures future: February 2016 | Red Door Family Shelter

Council vote secures future: February 2016

Red Door leadership with Mayor Tory and Councillor Fletcher

by Kathryn Hill

History was made in February 2016 when Toronto City Council voted to approve the plans for a purpose-built family shelter at 875 Queen St. E. as part the new development by Harhay Developments.

The current family shelter, church and pharmacy building will be replaced with a mixed-use building of condominiums, retail units and the purpose-built family shelter.

“This is a tremendous breakthrough for how innovative new development can take shape, and I hope the success story of the Red Door Shelter will be a model for inclusive communities across Toronto.” Councillor Paula Fletcher

“This is a historic moment for the Red Door Shelter. With Council approval, we have a secured future.” Carol Latchford, Red Door Family Shelter

For more information: www.reddoorshelter.ca/building-hope

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