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Insurance Issues

October, 22 2020 - Published by CCI National

CCI National Insurance Webinar

Our national panel of insurance professionals shared their experiences from coast to coast and helped you understand why condos/stratas are in this position and what can be done to minimize the impact. We also learned about what CCI National is doing with the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) to help raise awareness of this issue on a national scale. [Read More]


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - CCI Original Content - Published by CCI National

Part 1: Introduction – Director Basics

Introduction: Congratulations on becoming a Condominium Director! Directors make a significant community contribution and this course will improve the level of professionalism you can offer to your community.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - CCI Original Content - Published by CCI National

Part 2: Getting Started as a Director

History: Condominiums are not a new concept. In one form or another, they have been around for thousands of years.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - CCI Original Content - Published by CCI National

Part 3: The Director’s Responsibilities and Governance

Provincial Legislation is created largely as consumer protection legislation designed to protect the rights of owners. As such, it has many sections setting out insurance, maintenance and repair, creation of its Declaration, by-laws and rules.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - CCI Original Content - Published by CCI National

Part 4: Property Management

This section introduces property management for a Condominium. Regardless of the type of Condominium or the size, all Condominium Corporations need to be managed.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - CCI Original Content - Published by CCI National

Part 5: Planning, Financial and Other Responsibilities

This section introduces an overview of the annual calendar of tasks, monthly administration for Condominium Corporations, and some of the legislation that governs a Board of Director’s actions and decisions.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - Published by CCI National

CCI Director's Code of Ethics

CCI code of ethics for use by Condominium and Strata Corporations. The PDF attached here is a form that can be completed and signed by potential directors.


 
The Basics

September, 17 2020 - Published by CCI National

Code de Deontologie Des Administrateurs

CCI promeut les meilleures pratiques au sein des copropriétés par l’intermédiaire de son code de déontologie pour les ACCI. Nous avons également élaboré un code de déontologie à l’intention des administrateurs de condominiums.


 
The Basics

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

Condo Legislation from Coast to Coast

Links to provincial condominium legislation and regulations across Canada. Key terms used by each province.


 
COVID-19

May, 9 2020 - Published by CCI National

COVID 19 and Condos - CCI National Webinar May 7, 2020

One of CCI’s greatest strengths is its vast and national wide access to resources. On May 7, 2020, CCI National hosted its first national webinar with speakers from all CCI chapters across the Country. Our speakers shared their knowledge, practical tips and insights into issues that are affecting owners, directors, property managers and professionals dealing with condos during the COVID 19 pandemic. [Read More]


 
COVID-19

May, 7 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Michele Farley

Fire Safety and Directions from Authorities Across the Country during COVID 19

Following up to her discussion during the National Webinar on COVID 19 held on May 7, 2020, Michele Farley provides a written summary of her comments made during the webinar regarding fire safety.


 
COVID-19

April, 30 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Shalon Seebach

Condos and COVID-19 - Government Assistance Programs

Over the last several weeks, the Federal government has made several announcements regarding financial assistance programs that have been made available to corporations and individuals. You are probably wondering whether your condominium corporation is eligible for any of these. The answer is – maybe.


 
Communities

April, 21 2020 - Published by CCI National

Condominium Legislation Updates

Condominium legislation in Alberta has seen significant changes that took effect on January 1, 2020. In this series of 10 videos from our presentation held in January, we cover:
Bylaws & Rules
Service of Documents, General Meetings & Proxies
Documents
Contributions
Fines & Sanctions
Chargebacks & Caveats
Reserve Funds, Rental Deposits & Borrowing
Insurance
Q & A from the audience [Read More]


 
COVID-19

April, 14 2020 - Published by CCI National - Author(s): Laurie Kiedrowski

Temporary Relief to Protect Condominium Dwellers: Alberta's Ministerial Order April 9, 2020

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.


 
Financial Matters

April, 13 2020 - Published by CCI National

Borrowing for Condominium Corporations

Our series of six videos covers the financial options of borrowing for condominium corporations. Edmonton lawyer, Todd Shipley (Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP), explains all aspects of this topic; Introduction, Legislation, Rationale, Types of Borrowing, Process and ending with Q & A from audience.


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