Semmler v The Owners Strata Plan NES3039 is yet another case in the ongoing saga of litigation surrounding short-term rentals. Continue reading “More Perspectives on Short-Term Rentals Regulations”
With cannabis now legal in Canada (subject to various restrictions), there is no shortage of cannabis-related discussion topics.
One point to be stressed is that medical cannabis is NOT subject to the same rules and regulations as recreational cannabis. While there is a four plant per household limit for the general population in Ontario, if an individual has been licenced by Health Canada to cultivate their own cannabis for medical purposes, they may not be limited to growing four plants. Continue reading “Green Thumbs: Growing Cannabis in Condos”
On October 24th CCI – Eastern Ontario is hosting their AGM at the Hellenic Community Centre in Ottawa. Following the AGM there will be a complimentary session with a special focus on Dealing with the Ottawa-Gatineau Tornado Aftermath, that you won’t want to miss! Continue reading “DHA’s Nancy Houle Weighs In On Natural Disaster Safety Measures for Condos at the Upcoming CCI-Eastern Ontario AGM!”
To bring any type of legal action in Ontario, including claims made by condominium corporations, there are generally two relevant dates litigants should be aware of:
• the basic limitation period – two years from the date that you knew, or ought to have known, about the claim; and
• the ultimate limitation period – 15 years from the date on which the act or omission took place, regardless of whether the elements of the claim become known, or are discoverable, during that 15 year period.
October 17, 2018 has arrived—the legalization of cannabis is now in effect across the country. As a hotly anticipated issue for condominium boards and owners alike, CTV News interviewed DHA’s own Cheryll Wood to get the low down. Continue reading “DHA Primetime: Did You Catch Cheryll Wood On CTV News Last Night?!”