With some 1,000 Toronto Community Housing (TCH) units at risk of being shuttered by the end of next year, officials say the province’s new investment in the city’s social housing infrastructure allows them to create an “active plan” to prevent those closures.

But at least one housing activist is criticizing the move, saying it’s not enough to keep TCH units from closing.

Alejandra Ruiz Vargas, a TCH resident who is a member of the anti-poverty group ACORN, says it’s not enough to meet the demands of the 10-year, $1.5 billion repair plan and to keep hundreds of damaged TCH buildings from being shuttered.