Showing Articles from Issue 'Winter 2018'
Boards Would be Wise to Survey Owners Before Issuing Rules Restricting Cannabis and Tobacco Use
By Alex Young | Other articles by Alex Young
The Ups and Downs of Ontario's Elevators
Vertical Living Has Multiple Benefits, But Also Comes With Frustrating Challenges
By Megan Molloy | Other articles by Megan Molloy
Design/Build or Design/Bid/Build?
Condominium Common Area Refurbishment
By Lisa Kay | Other articles by Lisa Kay
Leveraging Your Existing Budget
Increasingly, Loans are Being Used by Condo Corporations as a Way to Lessen the Burden on Owners by Spreading Out the Cost of Major Projects
By Ryan Griffiths | Other articles by Ryan Griffiths
Electric Vehicle Charging Systems in Condominiums
Why is it So Hard to Get an Electric Vehicle and its Charging System Into a Condominium?
By Edmund Leong | Other articles by Edmund Leong
7 Effective Communication Tips for Condos
When Properly Planned and Executed, Great Communication Can Have a Positive Effect on the Entire Condominium
By Sue Langlois | Other articles by Sue Langlois
"He Said She Said"
The Legality and Prudence of Audio Recording Devices at Concierge & Security Desks
By Quintin Johnstone | Other articles by Quintin Johnstone
Condominium Profile: The Palace Pier
The Palace Pier – Where Everyone Is Family
By James Russell | Other articles by James Russell
Condominium Warranty Coverage: Uncovered
Understanding Your Performance Audit & Common Element Warranty
By Allan Au-Duong | Other articles by Allan Au-Duong
What You Need to Know
By Brian Horlick, Timothy Duggan | Other articles by Brian Horlick, Timothy Duggan
"You're a Joke… Who Do You Think You Are?"
Harassment in the Workplace – When is Enough, Enough?
By Lyndsey McNally | Other articles by Lyndsey McNally
Electronic Voting Trumps the Power of Substitution
Now Unit Owners Can Vote for Themselves, Rather Than Allowing Proxies That Consolidate Power in the Hands of a Few Individuals
By Denise Lash | Other articles by Denise Lash
Fill Out Those Forms, or Else …?
What Happens if a Condominium Corporation Does Not Comply With the New Requirements?
By John DeVellis | Other articles by John DeVellis
Who's on First?
Sometimes in Baseball, a Home Run is Not the Best Option. Sure, it Would be Nice – But it is Far Riskier Than Trying to Hit a Single.
By Jake A. Fine | Other articles by Jake A. Fine
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