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Parking Complaints Public Process

 

On Monday, November 5th 2018 the Toronto Police Service launched the Immediate Parking Complaint online process.

Property owners, private security and members of the public are now able to report parking complaints online by visiting the TPS app or the Toronto Police Service website.  This will reduce wait times for members of the public and ensure […]

New Continuing Education Requirements for Condo Manager General Licence Renewal in 2019

ACMO is pleased to partner with the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services to provide the continuing education webinars for General Licencees who received their education and examination requirements prior to November 1, 2017. Please see the Ministry’s message below for more information:

For questions, please refer to the link for frequently asked questions located near […]

Advocacy Update

ACMO strives to support the membership through advocacy and represent the collective voice of condominium managers in Ontario. We’ll provide periodic reports of the ways ACMO works on your behalf.

ACMO Leaders Meet with New Ministry Staff

As there is a new Minister of Government and Consumer Services, ACMO representatives introduced ourselves to members of the Minister’s […]

Ontario Ends Electric Vehicle Charging Incentive Program

The Ministry of Transportation has announced that the Electric Vehicle Charging Incentive Program is cancelled effective July 11, 2018.

According to the statement, charging stations purchased and/or installed before this date will be eligible to receive incentives if the application is submitted within 60 days of July 11.

You can read the full announcement below:

New Changes to Condo Act Forms

The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) has issued new changes to the Condo Act forms. Follow the link below to view the statement and access the forms:

 

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

ACMO was pleased to be in attendance early this morning for the following announcement.


Released by: Ministry of Government and Consumer Services

 Starting May 1, 2018, new changes will be in effect to make it easier for condo […]

Election Canvassers Allowed Access to Multi-Residential Buildings

Released by: Elections Ontario

Elections Ontario would like to remind landlords and condominium corporations about changes to the Election Act that allows candidates and canvassers access to multi-unit residential buildings.

Under new legislation, a candidate, or his or her representative, is legally entitled to have access to the common areas of multiple-residence buildings that contain seven or […]

Parking Structures Consultation Webinar

From the Ministry of Municipal Affairs:

As you may be aware, on December 14, 2017, Ontario passed Bill 177, Stronger, Fairer Ontario Act (Budget Measures), 2017. Schedule 2 of this Bill outlined proposed changes to the Building Code Act, 1992. These amendments enable the ministry to establish Building Condition Evaluation Programs for prescribed types of buildings.

On […]

ACMO recognizes launch of condominium management licensing Authority

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TORONTO, ON, November 1, 2017 – The Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) wishes to congratulate the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) on the launch of its program to administer licences to professional condominium managers.

ACMO has been the leading provider of condominium management education in Ontario for 40 years. Now, […]