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  • How many cases can the same owner bring to the Condo Tribunal?

    We’ve all heard of that one owner who has it against the corporation and who brings repeated and multiple court cases, on what may feel like a vendetta. Is there no limit to what cases (and how many cases) the same owner can bring against their condo corporation? The Condo Authority Tribunal (the “C … Read more »

  • Are your condo fees too high? (2021 survey)

    In 2019, we launched our most ambitious survey on “condo fees” in Ontario. Back by popular demand, we are relaunching a better and improved survey to update our data. What drives condo fees up or down? How does the age or size of the corporation affect them? How do they compare from city to city? [… … Read more »

  • What Ontario’s Step 3 means for condos

    Ontario has announced today that it plans on moving to Step 3 of its Reopening Roadmap as early as July 16. In this blog post, we explore what Stage 3 will look like for condos in Ontario. Overview Step 3 is built on the old Stage 3 regulation (which included Green, Yellow and Orange restrictions).  … Read more »

  • Pets, Parking and Storage? The CAT’s jurisdiction may go further than you think!

    As we all know by now, in October 2020 the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) increased its jurisdiction to cover disputes related to pets, parking and storage on top its usual jurisdiction over records requests. Since then, it has been interesting to see just how far the scope of this new jurisdi … Read more »

  • EV Charging stations: Condos must be ready to accommodate all-electric vehicles by 2035

    The federal Minister of transport announced yesterday that Canada is setting a mandatory target for all new vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035.  This is accelerating Canada’s previous goal, which was set for 2040. To meet this objective, Canada had previously set the following targets: 10% of all … Read more »