Cheryll Case is an affordable housing policy innovator. Her innovations include founding Community in Public (CP Planning) in 2017 and securing $5 million since then for this non-profit to operate and provide human rights-oriented community planning services across southern Ontario. It’s services include the design and implementation of inclusive planning processes that advance the establishment of policies, programs, and partnerships.
In 2020, Cheryll began collaborating with Jason Allen John to found Partna. Partna serves to realize CP Planning’s vision for more inclusive neighbourhoods.
Jason is a mortgage broker with over 20 years banking experience at BMO, CIBC, and other organizations. He has over $550 Million in mortgages completed and is passionate about helping assist individuals leverage good debt to build wealth. He is known for bringing passion, enthusiasm and a wealth of knowledge to his team and clients. Jason is a hands-on agent who seeks to inform and empower future homeowners and investors.
In 2020, Jason began collaborating with Cheryll Case to found Partna. Partna serves to realize Jason’s vision to help property owners better utilize their assets and support community.
Isaac coordinates with property owners to build affordable housing that aligns with their goals. Experienced in market studies and research, his unique approach ensures a smooth and successful process.
The Balanced Supply of Housing Academic/Community Partnership program is part of the Canadian Housing Evidence Collaborative / Collectif Canadian Pour la recherce sur la Logement (CHEC/CCRL). This program is funded by the Government of Canada, through the National Housing Strategy of the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
The City of Toronto Confronting Anti-Black Racism Unit (CABR) is partnering with Partna to implement it as a strategy to build affordable housing that will enable Black households to stay in their neighbourhoods. Black residents are more likely that other races to be displaced from their neighbourhoods. See CP Planning's report: Black Futures on Eglinton, for more info on patterns in Little Jamaica, Toronto
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