We are a small housing co-operative in downtown Toronto. The co-op is made up of 28 units in two buildings on Shuter Street. The east end building is at Sackville and Shuter. The west end building is at Parliament and Shuter.
The co-op is a space for women. We offer a supportive environment to women with or without children.
The Toronto Women’s Housing Co-op is a community that does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, or sexual orientation. As women, with or without children, single or living in partnership, we share and cultivate an environment that is safe, supportive and controlled by its membership.
On this site
You can find information on what and where we are.
About Us describes the history and the buildings and includes
- the Location of the co-op,
- the opportunities for shopping, education, recreation, and entertainment in the Neighbourhood around the co-op,
- the four different Types of Units and their housing charges, and
- a Photo Gallery of some views of the co-op.