Confused about the language that health and government officials are using during this COVID-19 pandemic? Here is a glossary for terms currently in circulation as officials strive to keep people informed.
Recently announced Emergency Order under the Quarantine Act requires travelers entering Canada to mandatorily self-isolate for 14 days regardless of whether they are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19. This will no doubt influence how condominium corporations and Boards navigate through the COVID-19 crisis, we’re providing our thoughts on the quarantine.
The outbreak of COVID-19 can be stressful for people. We know that fear and anxiety can be overwhelming. Get tips for coping with the ever-changing reality that we are facing.
The City of Toronto has provided many free printable information cards and posters for your use on the topics of social distancing, physical distancing on elevators, and proper practices for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19
Is Condominium Property Management an “Essential Service” under the Emergency Order to Close Non-Essential Businesses? How Can a Corporation Require a Resident Who Tests Positive for COVID-19 to so Inform Property Management and the Board?
The City of Toronto is urging Landlords and Condo Boards to adopt new health and safety measures to protect residents from COVID-19. Large residential buildings with a high number of units require new practices and a rigorous cleaning routine to prevent viral spread.
As per the City of Toronto's news release today, Landlords and Condo Boards are being urged to adopt new health and safety measures to protect residents from COVID-19. Large residential buildings with a high number of units require new practices and a rigorous cleaning routine to prevent viral spread.
Stay informed with the latest data on the number of COVID-19 cases.
While the Ontario government published a list of “Essential Businesses” which will be permitted to remain open, we hope to answer some further questions on everyday building operations in this blog post.
What materials are the worst, how long the virus lasts, and how to protect yourself.