Other Organizations


Confederation of Resident and Ratepayer Associations in Toronto

The Confederation of Resident and Ratepayer Associations in Toronto (CORRA), is an independent incorporated confederation representing its member resident and ratepayer groups (unincorporated and incorporated) from the north, south, east, and central areas of the City of Toronto. CORRA can be contacted at ten.l1713899320leb@A1713899320RROC1713899320.


Federation of South Toronto Residents’ Associations

The Federation of South Toronto Residents’ Associations (FoSTRA) is a public policy coalition that aims to have influence at all levels of government – municipal, provincial, and federal – by creating an open, informed, and transparent forum for collective community consultations on proposed planning and policy action. 

Their mandate is to:

  • help influence the creation of policies at all levels of government,
  • preserve and enhance our quality of life for Torontonians,
  • promote neighbourhood identity and vitality, and
  • ensure responsible and respectful development within its boundaries.

Voting members consist of residents’ associations within Toronto Wards 4, 9, 10 and 13 as well as Ward 11 south of Bloor.

Visit the FoSTRA Website to review their Objectives, organizational structure, Steering Committee membership, and Member List, or to contact them.



Federation of Urban Neighbourhoods (Ontario)

Communities count. Civic matters.

The Federation of Urban Neighbourhoods (Ontario) Inc. (FUN) is a province-wide volunteer-based umbrella organization of community and neighbourhood associations.

FUN’s objectives are to promote awareness of urban issues, undertake projects which will enhance quality of life for residents of urban settings, establish a resource base for information, share expertise, represent the common interests of member organizations before public and private bodies as well as to encourage citizens to actively participate in and become informed about community and civic affairs.

Since its formation in 2001, FUN has been a strong and consistent voice on issues affecting neighbourhood associations and civic organizations throughout Ontario.

The FUN website serves as the prime communication tool for News, Communications, Events and Resources on a variety of province-wide urban neighbourhood issues.

In addition, FUN distributes e-Newsletters on current with issues of interest to all urban residents/community associations across the Province. Make sure your organization is on their distribution list. FoNTRA is a Member of FUN and our members are considered as Affiliate Members and will receive the eNewsletters. We encourage our members to also become Members of FUN to provide financial support for their efforts at the provincial level.