Thanks to the unanimous support from Toronto City Council to fund a one-third share of the $2.6 billion capital repair backlog, work is well underway on the 10-year capital repair plan to renew Toronto Community Housing’s aging buildings. Progress can now be followed in real time with the launch of the Capital Repairs Tracker (http://repairs.torontohousing.ca/).This interactive report tracks completed, in progress, and planned capital projects across the city. It shows the progress of the $175 million being invested in 2015 for much-needed capital repairs, as well as the $196 million that was invested in 2013 and 2014. As of July 31, 2015, 18,638 capital repair projects have been completed since 2013. Some examples of repairs include replacement of single-pane windows, aging boilers, leaking roofs and outdated generators, as well as repairs to elevators, foundations, interiors and parking garages.By using the map portion of the site, users can zoom in on their neighbourhood and identify upcoming repair projects in their area, as well as follow how the investments in building repairs are growing within their local community. The tracker is updated every month.