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  • Visit us Virtually: CAI Canada’s 2nd Annual V-Condo 2021-Supporting Communities in 2021 and Beyond!

    It’s the first big event of the early fall and you should plan on attending. For the second year in a row, CAI Canada is presenting a virtual education conference and exhibition on September 23 and 24 – V-Condo 2021–Supporting Communities in 2021 and Beyond! This is an excellent opportunity for mana … Read more »

  • Proof of Vaccination Requirements in Condo Amenities

    We’ve heard initial reports that the provincial proof of vaccination requirement that will apply to gyms, fitness and recreational facilities, and meetings and event spaces (among others), will not apply to those same facilities in condos. If this feels like déjà vu to you, you’re not alone. Remembe … Read more »

  • Un-bear-able: California Tourist and Hungry Bear.

    We Ontarians know the perils of sharing our urban communities with wildlife, especially the wily raccoon and coyote populations. In fact, many of us feel outsmarted in our attempts to keep the animals at bay. Because of this we may feel some empathy for the following story. In 2019, a California tou … Read more »

  • Condo Voting and Meeting Mistakes

    In May 2001, the Condominium Act (the “Act”) was amended to introduce the position of owner-occupant director.  Since that time, other amendments and regulations have been introduced, to assist condominium corporations with owners’ meetings, board meetings and the voting process.  More amendments an … Read more »

  • Mandatory Vaccination Policies in Condos

    Through the various stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, condo boards and managers have been working tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of their residents and service providers. We’re now at a point in the pandemic where vaccinations are widely available in Canada and the vast majority (over 70% … Read more »