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Winter 2019 Issue
It’s the digital age. Managers, management companies, and their boards must keep on the top of technology trends to make their corporations more efficient and effective.

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Newsworthy

Technology to Manage Business and Life

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki


Do You Have a Transitional General Licence?

Fundamentals of Management

News and Previews || Janice Schenk


Newsworthy

Exciting Times

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki


A Day in the Life:

The Snake and the Candle

News and Previews || Lori Dunlop

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. 


Newsworthy

ACMO’s 2019–2020 Board, Reduced Licence Fees and Condo Conference

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki

ACMO Welcomes New Directors to its Board


Newsworthy

ACMO Awards; CAO Updates

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki

Each year ACMO honours the best of the condominium industry with its annual awards. Individuals are nominated by fellow peers, board members, professionals and trades in various award categories. Submissions are reviewed and tabulated by the Awards Selection Committee chaired by Chris Antipas, RCM. Members include John Abedrabbo, Armand Conant, Jim Davidson, Peter Leong and Sally Thompson. Deborah Bechard, RCM, and ACMO director, is chair of Awards.


In Memoriam:

Dennis Olorenshaw

News and Previews || Dean McCabe

It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of Denis Olorenshaw earlier this year. Denis was a very familiar face to everyone involved in ACMO during our formative years. His dedication and talents helped develop the CM Magazine and his presence behind the camera at ACMO events helped us mark the time as the Association grew.

 


Newsworthy

Ministry Updates

News and Previews || unknown

Licensing Update

On December 16, 2016 a draft of the proposed regulations for the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 was released for public consideration and comment.


Condo Act Reform

ACMO’s Submission on First Draft Regulation

News and Previews || Dean McCabe

In late December 2016, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services issued a first draft regulation that supports the implementation of the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 (CMSA). As members will recall, the CMSA will regulate and administer the licensing of condominium managers and management companies across Ontario.


Your Letters

All of us at ACMO appreciate reader comments

News and Previews || unknown

All of us at ACMO appreciate reader comments. Please continue to send them to us at editor@acmo.org or via the Association’s website www.acmo.org.


Newsworthy

Licensing, the CAO, and more

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki

November 1: A Day For Ontario Condominium Professionals to Remember


Newsworthy

From Elevators to Deductibles

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki

The condominium industry is moving at a fast pace. Here are some newsworthy items that ACMO is watching and will report on from time to time to keep members and CM readers up to speed.


Your Letters

The Unfortunate Reality

News and Previews || Shawn Pulver

The Unfortunate Reality: Some Condominium Owners Taking Advantage of the Rights Afforded Under AODA and the Ontario Human Rights Code – a reply to a letter in spring CM magazine.


Newsworthy

ACMO Courses Named a Requirement for Licensing

News and Previews || Dianne Werbicki

It has been an eventful summer for the condominium management industry and for professional condominium managers across this province. After several years of public consultations, ongoing meetings and expert roundtables to revise and update the Condominium Act, 1998, results and outcomes are now rolling out. In brief, here are some of the highlights and milestones:


Eco Rebates

& Incentives

News and Previews || unknown

Savvy managers and directors should always be on the lookout for opportunities to ‘go green’. New condo constructions are often built to LEED® standards or incorporate eco-advantages such as energy efficient windows, green roofs, solar panels, low voltaic paints and LED lighting.