Brad Wells discusses how to continue productivity during this pandemic.
April, 28 2020 - Published by Huronia Chapter
1. Real Estate Viewings in Units - How can Property Management and Real Estate Agents Work Together
2. Vacant Land Condos - What should you be thinking about?
3. Project Planning - Looking Forward to the Future
4. What to do if you have an ongoing or upcoming project
5. Building Resilience During the Pandemic
6. Virtual Meetings and Electronic Voting in light of new Ontario Order
This article tackles a few frequently asked questions about the impact of COVID-19 for condominiums.
April, 21 2020 - Published by Other
Information to assist Saskatchewan condominium boards, owners and developers as well as the professionals that service them.
Includes recently passed regulatory amendments that authorize non-profit corporations, condominium corporations, co-operatives and new generation co-operatives to hold annual general meetings by telephone, video conference or other electronic means, to safely hold annual general meetings during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
April, 21 2020 - Published by Huronia Chapter
Webinar #5 topics include
Greetings from National
Better Ways to Communicate Important Messages
The Role of Management Company, Manager and Director during COVID 19
COVID 19 - A Condominium Front Line Perspective Landscaping and What is Strictly Necessary - 3 Experiences from 3 Different Municipalities
Deemed Essential Letter - A Way to Document Your Decision on What is Essential
Pillars of Life - Ways to Deal With Staying in Unit
Condominiums have some unique challenges in this era of social distancing, health orders, and economic challenges. This interactive webinar helps you deal with concerns around AGM's, common expense contributions, enforcing quarantines, contractors, and use of common areas.
April, 16 2020 - Published by Windsor-Essex County Chapter
CCI Windsor-Essex County - Up-to-date information about COVID-19
It helps to have a policy ready for steps to take when someone in your building is diagnosed with COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic is something no one could have predicted or budgeted for, and we are all struggling in one way or another...
April, 14 2020 - Published by Huronia Chapter
Topics discussed during Webinar #5 include:
New essential services list and what it means;
What should townhouse style condos do;
Fire safety plans;
Activities condos are doing to stay connected;
Creative ways to deal with common expense fees;
Knowing who you should deal with if owner is incapacitated or has died;
Emergency unit repairs; and,
COVID and your drains
Following up to her discussion during the CCI National Webinar held on May 7, 2020, Laurie provides a written summary of the Ministerial Order dated April 9, 2020 that the Alberta government issued to address specific issues facing condos.
April, 9 2020 - Published by South Alberta Chapter
Service Alberta factsheet to accompany Ministerial Order
As such, we’ve updated our blog (with new information highlighted in red) to help property mangers and Boards assess whether their landscaping work should proceed.
A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal, released on April 2, 2020, highlights the Court’s message to the legal profession that while in-person hearings have been suspended, where it is fair and in the interest of justice to move forward by other means, the parties should do so. To that end, the Court of Appeal sent parties who had an upcoming appeal a notice setting out various options
Last week, the Ontario Superior Court considered whether to prevent third party contractors from entering a condominium building to complete non-urgent repair work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DISCLAIMER, USE INFORMATION AT YOUR OWN RISK
This is solely a curation of materials. Not all of this information is created, provided or vetted by CCI. Some of the information is only applicable to certain provinces. CCI does not make any warranties about the reliability or accuracy of any information found in the materials on this website. The information is not updated to reflect changes in legislation or case law and therefore may not always be current and up-to-date. We suggest you seek professional advice with respect to your specific issues or regarding any questions that arise out of the material. We will not be liable for any losses or damages in connection with the use of any of the material found on the website.