Welcome to The Alliance for a Liveable Ontario.

We are an Alliance of people and groups representing hundreds of thousands of Ontarians from many different sectors. We want to build a liveable Ontario and stop the Provincial Government policies that falsely claim they will solve the housing issues facing us, while harming our communities and undermining the protection of our farmland, natural areas and democratic institutions.

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Who We Are

We are 1,000+ individual members plus over 220 groups representing hundreds of thousands of Ontarians and the following stakeholder sectors: agriculture, urban planning, environment, housing affordability, tenants, neighbourhood associations, labour, healthcare, academia, businesses, and much more.

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Moving from Defence to Offence

This is going to be an important year for Ontario.

Last year, our collective efforts stopped the Province from damaging the Greenbelt and helped reverse plans to expand urban boundaries that would have destroyed even more precious farmland and natural areas.

In 2024, our goal is to build on our momentum and move from defence to offence.

This year our focus will be on solutions that truly address the housing crisis while building liveable communities that preserve natural areas and farmland.

Find out what we're planning and what you can do by clicking below.

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If you want to build a liveable Ontario and agree with our approach, please join us. We're non-partisan and open to anyone who shares our goals.

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Featured Resources

The Lowdown Housing Data Webinar

Watch Sarah Roberton (Environics Research) and Kevin Eby (Professional Planner) reveal new data on housing preferences and housing starts.

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Letter to the Premier and MPPs about Provincial Housing Bills

On May 22, ALO sent a letter to the Premier and MPPs asking them to shelve two destructive housing plans. It was signed by 65 organizations and 784 people.

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Heading the Wrong Way Webinar

Watch planner Victor Doyle and farmer Mark Reusser discuss the Province’s new housing bills (Bill 185 and PPS) and why they're heading the wrong way.

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