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Ontario’s Realty Directive

April 27, 2018 • 1 min read

The Realty Directive establishes the Ontario government’s policy regarding the acquisition of land, buildings and structures, and the management and disposition of realty. The Directive reflects a balance of provincial policy, financial and operational interests.

This Directive sets out the principles, requirements and responsibilities for the effective and efficient management of government realty, including active consideration of provincial interests with respect to social (e.g. community needs), environmental and economic purposes for realty.

Ontario’s Realty Directive

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