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COVID-19

March, 21 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Elia Associates

COVID-19 Bulletin No. 8: Contracts & Managing Them Going Forward

With the presence of COVID-19 requiring condominiums to think ahead on Spring contracts and regular contracts, we have the following questions for your Board to consider as you think ahead.


 
COVID-19

March, 21 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Elia Associates

COVID-19 Bulletin No. 9: Protocols For Unit Owners Within Their Condominium Community

Unit owners should be proactively trying to minimize the exposure to the outside world, including with their condominium community. Unit Owners should be proactively taking steps to reduce the risks to your community.

How do you do this?


 
COVID-19

March, 21 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Elia Associates

COVID-19 Bulletin No. 10: Regular Repair & Maintenance

During the current state of managing the COVID-19 virus, it is essential that while the Corporation must continue to operate, a Corporation should, as always, do so in a safe manner. This includes minimizing the transmission of the virus to the community and avoiding panic.

Accordingly, we are recommending that Boards, together with the Property Manager:


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Laura Glithero

Letter to Board and Managers re Covid-19

Letter to condo boards and property managers re tips for Covid-19, including a notice to be posted in the building and questions to ask of staff when deciding whether they should come to work.


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Sally Thompson

Tarion Timelines for Builder Bulletin 19 Process in Ontario - Revised March 20 2020

Revised document from Tarion providing guidance to condominium corporations, performance auditors and Bulletin 19 FRCs whose report submission or resolution timing might be impacted by COVID-19.


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Elia Associates

COVID-19 Bulletin No. 4 Part 2: Collections

Since our Bulletin of March 18th concerning the collection of common expenses, many ideas have been circulated around how the process for collecting unpaid common expenses should be addressed. It remains; however, that condominiums must register liens within 3 months of unpaid common expenses originating.


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Elia Associates

COVID-19 Bulletin No. 5: COVID-19 & Condo Conflict

On-site management offices have already closed and many condominium managers are working from home. Still, it remains that condominium communities across the province are “home” for their residents. Whether you are a director, owner or tenant, chances are that you are self-isolating in your unit and attempting to foster and embrace social distancing insofar as possible; all of which seems to contradict the communal nature of condo living.


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by Toronto and Area Chapter - Author(s): Diana F. Saturno and Sara Hickey

ONTARIO AMENDS ITS EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

On March 19, 2020, in response to the measures imposed on employers and businesses by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19, Bill 186, titled “An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000” (the "Bill") received Royal Assent from the provincial legislature. Emergency Leave under the Employment Standards Act (the “Act”) now includes both declared emergencies and infectious disease emergencies.


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Samantha Green

COVID-19: IS YOUR AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE ENFORCEABLE?

The Government of Canada has lowered interest rates in order to help the economy grapple with the COVID-19 public health crisis. However, businesses remain shuttered. Employees can’t go to work. Canadians are being told to stay home. For many, the financial outlook may be very different today than it was a month ago. In this new and sudden reality, some people are facing this significant question: do agreements of purchase


 
COVID-19

March, 20 2020 - Published by Toronto and Area Chapter - Author(s): Howard Rubinoff, Harriette Codrington and Micheline Gray-Smith

COVID-19 AND PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS

As the global community works to respond to the challenges presented by the spread of COVID-19, many Canadian businesses have been impacted by market and supply chain disruptions, as well as government mandated travel and business restrictions. This article considers the utility of force majeure clauses in commercial contracts, and whether COVID-19 may be invoked as an excuse to non-perform, or delay the performance of, contractual obligations.


 
COVID-19

March, 19 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): David Lu and Nancy Houle - Davidson Houle Allen LLP

COVID-19 and Condo Fees

Over the past couple of days, we have received numerous inquiries about how condominium corporations should deal with requests from owners to delay paying the monthly common expenses. The requests from owners are due to the uncertainty and financial stress caused by COVID-19.


 
COVID-19

March, 19 2020 - Published by Other - Author(s): Shibley Righton LLP

Open letter to the Government of Ontario

An open letter to the Government of Ontario by Shibley Righton LLP's Condominium Group.


 
COVID-19

March, 19 2020 - Published by Other - Author(s): Laura Glithero

Notice re Covid-19

A notice that can be posted in condominiums for residents and visitors. Most applicable to high-rise and low-rise, could be adapted for other types.


 
COVID-19

March, 19 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Diana Saturno

WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS AS AN EMPLOYER DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?

COVID-19 has created an unprecedented and uniquely devastating situation in Canada and throughout the world. As the government encourages social distancing and staying at home, and in an effort to curb the spread of the disease, employers have to make tough decisions to ensure the long-term health of their businesses. Below are some options for employers when deciding how to manage their business in the coming weeks.


 
COVID-19

March, 19 2020 - Published by Toronto and Area Chapter - Author(s): Ian V. MacInnis, Peter K Guselle and Shaun Doody

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES SUPPORT PLAN FOR CANADIAN HOUSEHOLDS AND BUSINESS

On March 18, 2020, the Federal Government released an $82 billion package in financial support - $27 billion in direct relief to workers and business, and $55 billion to meet liquidity needs of Canadian businesses and households through the deferral of certain income tax obligations.


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