Report a Renoviction, Own Use Eviction, or AGI

Please fill out and submit the form below if your landlord has asked you to move out so they can renovate (i.e. renoviction), if they asked you to move out so they or a purchaser can move in (i.e. own use eviction), or if they applied for an above guideline rent increase.

Please share as much information as you want or is applicable. Unless otherwise noted, any information shared here may appear on the site in order to help other tenants.

If you’re interested in learning more about how you can fight back or if you’d like to connect with other tenants, please leave contact information below (this will not be shared on the site). You can also reach out by email.


Number of the building, not your apartment

Who owns the building? If the owner is a numbered company or corporation named after the address, include more information if possible (for example: names on landlord documents sent to you, someone who acts on behalf of your landlord). If you received an N12 for purchaser’s own use, include the purchaser if known.

Approximately how many apartments are in the building?

When did your landlord’s actions start? For example, when did they first approach you about vacating or give you a notice? Approximate dates are fine.

Has your landlord given you any official notices or forms? If so, which? If not, how has your landlord talked to you about this issue?

Besides giving you official notices or discussing renovations, has your landlord done anything else to you or other tenants about this? Are they making threats or harassing tenants?

Have there been any tenant meetings or any organizing in your building about this issue? If so, please describe.

Do you have a file number from the Landlord and Tenant Board?

For those reporting a renoviction that has already taken place, were you able to move back in at your old rent following the renovations?

Please provide contact information if you want to learn more about fighting evictions and AGIs or would like to be connected to other tenants facing these issues. Your contact information will not be shared on the website.