After first postponing the date the legacy legislation from its predecessor would come into force, the provincial government now plans to repeal the New Home Warranty Act.
Whether messages are intended for elevator screens or elsewhere, careful communication planning is key in a condo community.
It’s not easy being a condo director or manager, as they are on the “front lines,” dealing with difficult owners and occupants.
As the volume of online purchases grows, the need for an effective parcel delivery system is vital, especially for online shoppers living in condos.
As employers, condo corporations can be prosecuted under the ‘general duty’ clause, even when complying with OHSA safety compliance regulations.
Commercial property owners who host clothing donation bins could run afoul of their province's Occupiers Liability Act or Occupational Health and Safety Act should an incident occur.
Specialized analytics and network audio are addressing lax condominium security by combining video surveillance, communication and entry control.
Taking proactive steps can help keep unwanted pests out of condo buildings, saving the time and money involved in treating infestations.
One recent case shed light on how these newly available SLAPP provisions may apply in the condo context.
There are four basic steps that those responsible for a property need to take to help manage disasters such as floods.
A critical tool for keeping a condo board meeting productive and on track is the often-underestimated meeting agenda.
At least one industry executive thinks more needs to be done to address the harassment he says condo managers commonly confront while working in condo communities.
Private property owners in Ontario, including condo corporations, could find themselves paying a premium to keep their walkways safe this winter.
How can companies adapt to the monumental change of cannabis legalization? The short answer is to implement a drug policy.
Rental housing industry advocates have been urging the Canadian government to review and modify rules governing the cultivation of plants for personal medical use.
The fate of some of the recent changes Ontario’s condo laws remains unknown after the change in provincial government three months ago.
Many corporations’ operating bylaws contain provisions that are either inoperative or inconsistent with the latest amendments to the Condominium Act.