Wilson Blanchard urges you to stay informed by referring to information from legitimate authorities such as Federal, Provincial and Municipal public health organizations as the situation continues to rapidly change. They have provided links below to Ontario condo specific resources as well as official public health agencies.
Learn how the Ministry of Health is helping to keep Ontarians safe during the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak. Find out how to protect yourself and how to recognize symptoms.
This document provides guidance on the cleaning and disinfection of public settings in Ontario.
Follow the advice that you have received from your health care provider. If you have questions, or you start to feel worse, contact your health care provider, Telehealth (1-866-797-0000) or your local public health unit.
Bill 186, Employment Standards Amendment Act (Infectious Disease Emergencies), enshrines job protections for workers who have to take unpaid time off to self-isolate or take care of loved ones, including children whose schools or daycares have closed, during the pandemic.
For Canadians without paid sick leave (or similar workplace accommodation) who are sick, quarantined or forced to stay home to care for children, the Government is waiving the one-week waiting period for those individuals in imposed quarantine that claim Employment Insurance (EI) sickness benefits.
Business continuity plans minimize the impact on the business itself and facilitate a speedy resumption of activities if the business has been forced to scale back or close during the pandemic. It is the best way to mitigate the risks posed by a COVID-19 pandemic to the Canadian economy.
Governments across Canada are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by invoking powers available to them under public health and emergency management legislation. This bulletin provides a summary of the powers available to the various levels of government in a public health emergency.
One of the many concerns that we have heard over the last couple of days related to COVID-19 is: What are condominium corporation obligations as employers?
As we continue to deal with questions and concerns expressed by board members, managers and owners, we keep reminding our clients to remember what our respective roles are in this crisis.