Four new members have been elected to the Condominium Authority of Ontario's (CAO) board of directors, filling spots that were vacant since spring.
The Ontario government is amending a regulation under the Condo Act, which will allow the CAT to exclusively handle more types of disputes.
B.C. is amending its Financial Institutions Act to address the rising cost of strata insurance and bring more transparency to the industry.
This year, the Montreal Census Metropolitan Area recorded the highest number of home sales ever for the month of August since 2000.
RESCON has initiated a campaign to bring employers, unions and government together to combat and address racism in the industry.
ELI Condos, an eight-storey building offering 81 residential units, is coming to Montreal’s pedestrian-friendly entertainment district.
New rules for short-term rentals take effect this week to ensure operators only rent out their primary residences on short-term rental sites.
A 72-acre site that sat vacant for nearly 30 years in Port Credit, Ont. is closer to its new life as the Brightwater master-planned community.
The Toronto Environmental Alliance launched an online step-by-step format for its Zero Waste High-Rise project to help buildings reduce waste.
The condo, located at 2045 Lakeshore Blvd West, stood out from its contemporaries with an early call to action when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Little has been invested in underground infrastructure to increase capacity when it comes to Toronto's aging sewage and stormwater pipes.
As summer edges to a halt, a new housing market report is predicting a cool down when it comes to ownership.
A new mixed-use community is coming to the LaSalle borough of Montreal, featuring a mix of local amenities, sustainable construction and expansive green space.
The Canada Revenue Agency is expected to align with Revenu Québec in allowing employees to claim expenses for working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, including for a "reasonable" portion of rent.
MOD Developments launched 55C Bloor Yorkville Residences one year ago, and is now set to break ground on the 48-storey condo on Wednesday.
Canada’s provinces and territories received a grade of C on flood preparedness, following a two-year national study completed in 2019.
Custom balconies are one of many features in the new 8188 Yonge condominium project, set to rise in the Thornhill neighbourhood of Toronto.