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Fall 2021 Issue
Criminals live in condominium communities too. From cybercrime and scams to dishonest contractors and conflicts of interest for boards and managers, learn what to look out for as a property manager to protect your condo community.

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Executive Director's Message

Going Beyond the Minimum

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald


Executive Director's Message

Government of the Members, by the Members, for the Members

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald


Executive Director's Message

Good Riddance 2020, Welcome 2021?

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald


From the Executive Director

The Times They Are A-Changin’

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald


From the Executive Director

The Lasting Opportunities of Normal

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald

The so-called ‘new normal’ thrust on us by the pandemic is anything but normal. The pandemic is unprecedented and came with challenges most of us were ill-prepared to deal with.


From the Executive Director

The New Normal Virtual World

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald

Just because we are in lockdown does not mean we have stopped learning, connecting, educating, and advocating. We are just doing it in different ways, virtually.


From the Executive Director

The Year That Was

Message from the Executive Director || Paul B. MacDonald

Reflecting on ACMO’s 42nd year of operation, the year was noteworthy for the many challenges and changes the industry presented, but more so for the achievements of our small but dedicated team of staff and volunteers. 


Volunteers Taking Care of Business

Technology to Manage Business and Life

Message from the Executive Director || Paul MacDonald


A Passionate Commitment

Message from the Executive Director

Message from the Executive Director || Paul MacDonald


From the Executive Director

The Thirst for Knowledge Continues

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

This time last year we wrote about the significant changes occurring in condominium management as well as milestones reported by CMRAO six months after licensing first went into force. 


From the Executive Director

RCMs Lead the Way

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

Spring is said to signify a time of optimism and a time for a fresh start. ACMO plans for the coming months reflect both of these descriptions.


From the Executive Director

ACMO Celebrates 40 Years – Guided By Dedicated Volunteers

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

The Association of Condominium Managers turns 40 in 2017! A significant milestone as the only association specifically serving condominium managers in Ontario. ACMO has continuously worked to build on the services and education it offers, and it’s fitting that this year will also see recognition of professionalism in our industry as condominium manager licensing comes into effect. 


From the Executive Director

Another Year to Remember!

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

2017 has been a year filled with remarkable achievements and highlights.


From the Executive Director

Honouring Our Past; Embracing Our Future

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

On April 19th following the Annual Meeting of Members, ACMO celebrated its 40th Anniversary. Over 400 members and guests attended the champagne reception followed by lunch. Kudos and thanks go to ACMO staff, the Organizing Committee, Toronto Congress Centre and Freeman Audio Visual for creating an outstanding event with themed décor throughout.


From the Executive Director

The Difference between a Licence and a Designation

Message from the Executive Director || Amanda Curtis

In the last issue of CM Magazine, it was noted that since Day-1 ACMO’s founding directors saw the need for some form of regulation or licensing for professional condominium management. As licensing approaches, ACMO executive members, together with management staff, continue their efforts on behalf of current and future professional condominium managers across the Province.