Condo Boards

common expense fees

CondoBusiness

Handling common expense fees during COVID-19

Over the course of the last few weeks, many condo corporations have been asking whether they can defer owners’ common expense fee (CEF) payments or
deliveries

CondoBusiness

Building staff cope with flood of deliveries

Businesses that provide support and maintenance to buildings figure into the Ontario government’s list of essential services as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. Condo managers and
meeting minutes

CondoBusiness

Keeping a condo’s meeting minutes professional

If property manager are responsible for taking the meeting minutes, editing and formatting may take a back seat to other priorities.
waste reduction

REMI Network

Toronto grants new funding for waste reduction

Condo and apartment boards in Toronto looking to advance their waste reduction goals can now apply for a new community grant of up to $25,000.
electronic voting

CondoBusiness

Electronic voting still met with resistance

Opponents of electronic voting are scared it will expose the archaic and flawed system of proxy voting for what it is: unnecessary and obsolete.
condo regulations

REMI Network

Alberta overhauls condo regulations

Adjustments include everything from disclosure of information to how annual general meetings are organized.
condo budget approval

CondoBusiness

Condo fees and residents’ rights

Why is it that a select few people can decide what condo fees for the ensuing year will be? Why can’t owners have input into the new fees? These are both extremely good questions and perhaps a couple of the most commonly asked questions in the condo world.
HAVAN Rapp

CondoBusiness

Keys to condo board success

Serving as a director can be a daunting task considering all the responsibilities involved in governing a condo corporation’s affairs, which can include making tough
mario_deo

CondoBusiness

CCI-Toronto appoints new president

The Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) has appointed a new president, Mario Deo, for its Toronto and Area Chapter. Deo, who has been involved with the CCI-Toronto Chapter since 2005, began his leadership role within the organization on November 27. He previously served on the institute’s Board of Directors.