Two Great CCI-Toronto Seminars - One Great Price!


Saturday, May 29, 2010
Novotel Hotel Toronto Centre, Toronto, ON

Price: $25 plus GST

Seminar 1 - Understanding Your Condo Fees
9:30am - 10:50am (including a coffee break from 10:50am - 11:10am)

This in depth seminar, geared toward both new purchasers and existing condo residents will aim to remove the myths and mystery behind condominium fees. The expert presenters, including a condo lawyer, a condo auditor and a condo manager will examine such topics as: What are Common Element Assessments? How are They Assigned to Each Unit? What is the Budget and How is it Created? Features to look for in a Condominium that may Increase the Common Element Assessments, Items to Look for in a Budget Which Can Potentially Increase Fees Moving from the 1st Year into the 2nd; What Kind of Items does the Common Element Fee Include? and a look at the Actual Costs to Run a Condominium.

SPEAKERS:

  • Denise Lash, B.Sc., LL.B, ACCI, FCCI, Heenan Blaikie LLP
  • Julian McNabb, BA, Simerra Property Management Inc.
  • John Warren, CA, Adams and Miles LLP

Seminar 2 - A Colourful Look at Environmental Issues
11:10am - 12:30pm

This “green” seminar will roll out the red carpet for a blue-ribbon panel of speakers from the Toronto Atmospheric Fund, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, and Coulter Building Consultants, who will give you the black and white facts on topics such as energy efficiency measures in condominium buildings, how to make a condominium building “sustainable”, and a discussion of green roof systems. We would be tickled pink if you would join us, so directors and unit owners who don’t want this to be a grey area at their next board or owners’ meeting should show their true colours and attend. Don’t miss this golden opportunity.

MODERATOR:

  • Brian Horlick, B.Comm, BCI, LL.B, ACCI, Horlick Levitt Barristers & Solicitors

 

SPEAKERS:

  • Kevin Shaw, Coulter Building Consultants Ltd.
  • Tim Stoate, Toronto Atmospheric Fund (TAF)
  • Tarina Anthony, Canada Mortgage and Housing
    Corporation (CMHC)