First Nations, Inuit, Métis Urban Rural (FIMUR) Housing Program

The First Nation, Inuit, Métis Urban and Rural (FIMUR) Housing Program was developed by Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services (OAHS) in partnership with the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing as directed by the off-Reserve Aboriginal Housing Trust engagement process. The engagement was led by OAHS’ member organizations including the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO).

OAHS was selected to administer the funds allocated to the program. The main programs include a rental housing program and an assisted homeownership program.  The FIMUR Housing program is intended to provide a continuum of housing options from supportive and transitional housing to affordable rental housing to home ownership.

Part 1 of FIMUR has ended and the OAHS is currently offering Part 2 of the program.

The links below provide more information on FIMUR programs: