Maintenance fees are based on historic norms, stable benchmarks and logical predictions. What happens when those predictions no longer fit the weather?
The City of Toronto is cracking down on bylaw infractions concerning the co-mingling of garbage and recycling in bins put out for municipal pick-up at multi-residential properties.
During condominium audits, certain issues related to financial or operational matters may need to be highlighted to management and the board.
As developments become increasingly complicated, so do the relationships between condo corporations and other parties bound by common interests.
A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision confirmed for the first time that the “business judgment rule” applies to decisions made by condominium boards.
A court ruling released last week strengthened the position of condominium corporations struggling to enforce restrictions on short-term rentals.
A Competition Bureau investigation recently required some condo corporations to retrieve meeting minutes dating back a decade.
Ontario’s condo law reforms, passed late last year, are expected to start to roll out as early as next summer. Updates at the ACMO/CCI-T Condo
The province of Ontario is planning to regulate home inspections. But what, if anything, would this mean for condominium purchases?
New research into condominium governance found that board members, property managers and unit owners have a number of familiar topics on their minds: lack of community, lack of director education and poor communication.
Generate the biggest bang for the corporation’s communication buck by focusing on five important talking points.
Let a fourth telecommunications service provider in, or risk losing all Internet access. That was the headline version of an Aug. 15 Canadian Radio-television and
In an ideal world, condominium owners are satisfied with the way their corporation is run, fees are comparable to the condominium down the street, major
With the right people, tools and strategy, it’s possible for communication committees to keep condominium owners in the loop.
News of a Competition Bureau inquiry has put a spotlight on procurement practices in the condominium industry.
The idea of creating a tribunal to help address condominium disputes in Ontario, as envisioned in Bill 106, has been intriguing to many in the industry.
A recent Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision confirms housing provider obligations when harassment and discrimination occur in multi-res communities.