In this issue: ACMOcon Condominium Management Conference, Welcoming New RCM's, ACMO Disciplinary Decision, and the Association' New Address.
In this issue: RCM Exams Move Online, ACMO AGM – New Board of Directors for 2021/2022, Welcoming New RCMs, The Dawning of a New Era
for ACMO, City of Toronto Environment & Energy Initiatives, and Reporting Energy and Water Use in Large Buildings in Ontario.
In this issue: Welcome to new RCMs, the Auditor General’s report on Condominium Oversight, the Residential Condominium Buyers’ Guide, new resources for condo boards & owners, licensing education changes, and free ACMO virtual events.
ACMO wishes to recognize those members who achieved their RCM designation this year, and have demonstrated a commitment to professionalism and a higher standard of condominium management.
In this issue: ACMO Hosts its First Virtual Luncheon, The New RCM Registry, Amendments to The Condo Act Relating to a Condo Guide, and the Services and Trades at your Fingertips.
In this issue: ACMO’s welcomes its new directors and holds its first virtual AGM, temporary changes to condo law end, GTA adopts mask by-law, energy and water use benchmarking helps reduce condominium costs, and the Energy Star treasure hunt.
In this issue: The COVID-19 crisis in condominiums, the CMRAO releases the Competency Profile for Condo Managers in Ontario, Reporting energy and water use in condominiums, and the ACMO Strategic Plan is published.
In this article, we will summarize some of the proposals that the government has already enacted and those that we can look forward to in 2020.
In this issue: Temporary reduction to CAO’s annual assessment fees to continue for 2020–2021; New Ontario Electricity Rebate; CAO Assumes Forms Responsibilities; Public Comment Closes for Proposals under the Condominium Act, 1998; and ACMO Member Renewals.
The annual Condominium Conference is the place to be for idea exchange and industry discussion. One session, in particular, assessed the very real issue of a shortage of property managers and how this will impact condominiums in the future. Here, in a special to CM magazine, are the assessments of two of that session’s presenters – Tanya Haluk and Brad Wells, RCM.
We’re pleased to launch a new series of occasional articles that highlight some of the funnier moments in the lives of our condominium managers.
ACMO Welcomes New Directors to its Board