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We wish to alert you to the ongoing TSSA Inspector Strike and the ramifications this may have on elevator service in your members' buildings during this strike.
The Ontario government is expanding eligibility for second booster doses to Ontarians aged 18 and over. Free rapid antigen tests extended to December 31, 2022, including for the general public.
The Ontario government is changing regulations under the Technical Standards and Safety Act for elevators, and the Licensing Act to enable the Home Construction Regulatory Authority’s registrar to deny an applicant a licence or to suspend/revoke a licence as a result of their activities under the Condominium Act.
With the big celebration tomorrow, a yearly question: Can condos prohibit owners from displaying the Canadian flag?
With high vaccination rates and Ontario’s COVID-19 situation continuing to improve, most of the province’s remaining provincial masking requirements, including on public transit, will expire as of 12:00 a.m. on June 11, 2022.
The City of Toronto's Better Buildings Partnership team will be hosting an introductory webinar on building performance benchmarking.
No specific symptom — or lack of one — can say for sure it's COVID. You have to test
ACMO’s Membership Standards Committee met on March 17, 2022, to review the Decisions and Orders of the Discipline Committee issued by the CMRAO wherein Larlyn Property Management Ltd. admitted to a failure to comply with the Code of Ethics under clause 58(1) of the CMSA and failed to provide timely
Ontario will scrap most mask mandates — including in schools, restaurants, gyms and stores — across the province on March 21, with remaining COVID-19 regulations also set to drop by the end of April.
New research by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries reveals that low reserve fund contributions will likely lead to overwhelming annual increases and require lump-sum payments from owners to cover shortfalls, and could potentially lead to the loss of homes, especially in the context of rising interest rates.