Ontario is on track to miss its goal of ending chronic homelessness by 2025, according to a new report from the province’s Financial Accountability Office, and still lacks a plan to reach that goal.

“The province does not currently have a detailed plan,” reads the report into provincial housing and homelessness programs.

The FAO points out that Ontario’s five-year poverty-reduction strategy, launched just before Christmas, does not mention any additional spending or programming to tackle homelessness.