Multifamily landlords and condominium corporations have claimed more than a third of the funds the Canadian government has thus far allocated through its Zero Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Program.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming various industries. Condominium management should be no exception.
AI in condominium property management can have several legal implications, depending on how it is implemented and used. Here are some important legal considerations:
The Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ latest insight statement on the longevity of condo infrastructure explores several risks.
What HVAC contractors do, or don’t do, during maintenance has a significant impact on the repairs, service calls and utilities consumed by mechanical equipment.
Residents of a freshly built mid-rise in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto have a fleet of electric vehicles waiting for them to use, whether that’s for a trip around town, a weekend getaway to the cottage or visiting family out-of-province.
As multi-residential buildings grapple with rising construction costs, condo managers in Ontario are experiencing the impacts up close.
Ongoing challenges to capital replacement project costs are wreaking havoc on already stressed reserve funds and causing anxiety for boards and property managers throughout the province.
Most bulk agreements have clauses that allow the incumbent to match or beat any new telco’s offer once the initial agreement has expired.
Here’s what you should know about cyberattacks, how to improve your cybersecurity network, and what to do if your corporation is hacked.
Research found cyber attackers increased their targeting of internet-connected OT devices by 2,204% between January and September 2021.
Maintenance and repair obligations of both owners and condo corporations are defined in the Condominium Act, which sets out the minimum default obligations. T
The growing crop of condo owners across Canada will likely encounter huge annual fee increases and lump-sum payments due to low reserve fund contributions, authors of a new research report are warning.
As appealing as old buildings are, they do present some unique challenges for residents. Often, these aging developments hang on to old processes.
One of the biggest trends in the multi-unit residential market is using mobile devices to manage access.
What security and privacy threats should condo communities watch out for due to the rise of internet-connected smart home devices?
We should be asking our reserve fund planners to look at the Paris accord target dates and compare the end-of-life replacement of our gas-burning appliances against the target dates.