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  • Upcoming Amendments to the Condominium Act

    The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services has confirmed that new amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998 will come into force on January 1, 2021. These amendments (to sections 1(1), 71.1, 72(1), 72(2), 73(1), 73(2), and 161(1)) will introduce requirements related to the preparation of a condo … Read more »

  • Nancy Houle’s CCI National Award

    We are thrilled to announce that one of our Founding Partners, Nancy Houle, was selected by the Canadian Condominium Institute – National as this year’s recipient of the coveted Distinguished Service Award (DSA). This Award was created to honour individuals who have made an outstanding contribution … Read more »

  • The Theory of Reserve Fund Planning – A Primer

    Section 94 of Ontario’s Condominium Act (the Act) describes the obligation of every condominium corporation to prepare and implement a new reserve fund plan following each reserve fund study. And the Act says that the reserve fund plan is to be prepared so as to result in a fund that is adequate “wi … Read more »

  • A Little Bit of Guidance Respecting Minutes

    A recent decision of Ontario’s Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) offers a little bit of guidance when it comes to preparation of meeting minutes.  In the recent case of Yeung v. MTCC 1136, CAT has offered some guidance in relation to preparation of minutes.    Minutes are somewhat tricky to prepa … Read more »

  • An Update Respecting Gymnasiums

    As mentioned in our recent blog, Ottawa, Toronto and the Peel Region have returned to a “modified” Stage 2 COVID-19 response. The applicable regulation is Regulation 263/20 (modified by Regulation 572/20) under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020. Among other things, Re … Read more »