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From the Spring 2023 Issue



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2022-2025 Strategic Plan
ACMO is pleased to present our new Strategic Plan for 2023-2025. The plan represents the culmination of a comprehensive strategic planning process that started in the fall of 2022 and engaged staff, board directors and various members and stakeholders. Building on our successful 45-year foundation, this plan signals the beginning of an exciting new path for ACMO as we evolve to ensure our ongoing relevance as the premier community for condominium management professionals in Ontario.

Over the next three years, we will focus on implementing initiatives that expand our professional community, improve our member experience, increase awareness of ACMO, lead the way in condo management education and expertise, and build a sustainable organization that will serve our member’s needs for years to come.
Download a summary of our plan on the ACMO website. If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to reach out to ACMO staff or board members - we are always happy to hear from you!

Violence and Mental Health in Condominiums
ACMO, along with CCI Toronto and CAI Canada, released a joint statement on Violence and Mental Health in Condominiums and called on the Ontario government and industry regulators to implement legislative reform and provide additional resources to better protect all parties within condominium communities and offer the expertise of our organizations to assist in this process. We commit to the following on behalf of our collective members:

  1. Continue identifying areas for legislative reform to better protect personal safety in condominiums and educate government agencies about how best to minimize risk for condominium communities.
  2. Continue identifying additional appropriate resources relating to mental health and conflict de-escalation to support condominium corporations in the future. This may include better educating other organizations about the unique challenges in condominiums.
  3. Continue developing and offering additional educational programming for our members to ensure that the condominium market has the best possible information available.
  4. Proactively supporting our membership and community through education, networking events, and advocacy.

Read the full media release on the ACMO website, www.acmo.org/advocacy

Congratulations New RCMs
ACMO wishes to recognize those members who recently achieved their RCM designation and have demonstrated a commitment to professionalism and a higher standard of condominium management. Congratulations!

Anne Louise Beauchesne, RCM
Sylwia Lidia Bulka, RCM
Murshed B. Chowdhury, RCM
Jenie Del Mundo, RCM
Angelo Di Marca, RCM
Pedro Gallegos, RCM
Shona Hickey, RCM
Jennifer Johnston, RCM
Banafsheh Kafi, RCM
Tej Karan, RCM
Val Khomenko, RCM
Faith LaFosse-Marsh, RCM
Sincere Liu, RCM
Karen Rubin, RCM

Welcome New ACMO Members
ACMO extends a warm welcome to our newest members who have chosen to elevate their careers or business by joining our professional community. We look forward to a mutually prosperous relationship.

Associate Members
Commissionaires Great Lakes
Concierge & Security Company
G Force Security
Husky Fire Protection Inc.
ANK Maintenance Services
Nordik Windows & Doors
Paul Davis Restoration Inc.
Pop’s Restoration Ltd.
Primo Paving & Construction
Registon Building Restoration LTD
Ronnies Generator Service Ltd
The TPH Group Inc.
Tigris Engineering Inc.
West Egg Security

Individual Members
Ryan Amos
Jill Beasley
Terrie-Anne Brown
Christel Chaeban
Murshed Chowdhury
Vangjush Cili
Zhaozhao Dong
Perpetual D’souza
Michela Ferrante
Roopali Gulati
Erlind Hasko
Yuet Sim Elsie Lee
Natasha Mayhew
Muhammad Shujaat
Aurora Rushiti
Patrick Santos
Douglas Stewart
Edem Udoh-Orok

Corporate Members
Me To We Property Management Inc
Papak Management Services Inc.
York Simcoe Management Services Inc

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