This table below provides an overview of the important CAT rule changes. These changes include clarifications, new rules, and changes to address the CAT’s expanding jurisdiction.
Toronto Public Health’s Guidance for Commercial or Residential Buildings PDF provides recommendations to help reduce the risk of exposures to acute respiratory illness, including COVID-19, in buildings such as hotels, condominiums, apartment buildings and other similar vertical living spaces.
The Condo Authority Tribunal updated its Rules of Practice and issued a new Practice Direction to clarify how it will approach ordering legal fees and other costs.
It is recommended that condominium corporations create specific protocols to help individuals comply with all safety requirements. For example, if your condominium board is planning on holding an indoor board meeting, create a protocol that outlines how this can be done while complying with all Step 2 requirements, and distribute …
Rebate program cuts property taxes and energy costs; New cash flow supports providing up to $7.5 billion for businesses, including those affected by Omicron restrictions
The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services would like to invite you to participate in a written consultation on draft proposed amendments to facilitate virtual processes under the Condominium Act, 1998.
The province will return to the modified version of Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen effective Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. for at least 21 days (until January 26, 2022), subject to trends in public health and health system indicators.
On December 17, Ontario announced a series of new measures in response to the rapidly-spreading and highly transmissible Omicron variant. These measures will have an impact on condos across Ontario. In this post, we summarize the most important new measures. These measures will be in effect starting December 19, 2021.
Free Rapid Testing Provided at Pop-Up Locations Across the Province and Select LCBOs for a Safer Holiday Season
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is extending its pause on the lifting of capacity limits in remaining higher-risk settings where proof of vaccination is required while the province continues to monitor trends in public health and health care indicators and learns more about …