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.
What happens when a prospective director has not only professional experience to offer, but professional experience in the condo industry?
Construction site security is under renewed scrutiny after a member of the public gained access to a downtown property and scaled a crane.
Could the recent sale of a Toronto condo for cryptocurrency be the first sign of a shift in the condo industry towards use of digital currencies?
At least one condo corporation is facing what is likely to be a steep repair tab after Toronto was drenched with a month’s worth of rain on Aug. 7.
The frustrations of going through post-occupancy growing pains prompted one condo board to start hosting office hours for owners.
What is being left behind as technology becomes more a part of day-to-day living in a community? Should some things be done the “old-fashioned” way?
As of Nov. 1, 2017, there is a new process under the Condominium Act, as amended, for making and responding to records requests in condo corporations.
An engineer offers tips for maximizing common element warranty coverage to get construction deficiencies resolved in new condo complexes.
Is it time for condo boards and property managers to brace for reefer madness? It may depend on which condo lawyer they ask.