On Thursday, June 3, Bill 58, Planning Amendment Act (Enabling Municipalities to Require Inclusionary Housing), 2010 passed second reading in the Ontario legislature and referred to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills.
This bill was the same as one that was introduced in the Legislature last fall and needed to come forward again after the new session was started this spring. The purpose of the bill is to amend the Planning Act to allow municipalities to introduce Inclusionary Housing By-Laws and programs.
The content of the bill can be read here.
The Hansard debate on Bill 58 can be read here.
A list of the MPPs who voted in favour of the bill can be read here.