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Toronto city councillor says Muslim-only subsidized housing is acceptable

A Toronto city councillor says a provision that allows only Ahmadiyya Muslims access to a city-subsidized apartment building is not unfair.

"We want people to live in a culturally-appropriate setting," said Councillor Joe Cressy, of Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina.

This week, about 11,000 people looking for subsidized housing were removed from the waiting list at Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace, a 14-storey apartment building on Finch Avenue West. About 100 of the 166 residential rental units are designed as rent-geared-to-income.

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