COVID-19: The Impact on the Tarion Claim Process

In response to the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on daily life in Ontario, Tarion has responded by acknowledging the potential impact the crisis may have on the ability of condominiums to complete their performance audits, and by committing to review situations where such delay may occur on a case by case basis. While Tarion is not confirming that deadlines applicable to the filing of any performance audits will necessarily be extended, Tarion is expressing a willingness to work with any condominium that is or may be impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in this respect. [Please see Tarion’s Advisory Notice for more information.] Continue reading “COVID-19: The Impact on the Tarion Claim Process”

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Carbon Tax Will Be Implemented In Ontario On April 1st! But How (If At All) Will Your Condominium Be Impacted?

As part of Canada’s effort to meet the emission reduction goals established at the 2015 Paris Global Climate Conference, a federal carbon tax will take effect on Monday, April 1st, 2019. The tax will take effect in the four Provinces that failed to introduce their own approved carbon pricing systems – Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Continue reading “Carbon Tax Will Be Implemented In Ontario On April 1st! But How (If At All) Will Your Condominium Be Impacted?”

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Are Condominium Residents Entitled to Privacy on the Common Elements?

The Supreme Court of Canada recently ruled on the circumstances that may give rise to a reasonable expectation of privacy in R v Jarvis. While the case was decided in the criminal context (with respect to the charge of “voyeurism”), it has potential wide-reaching implications on privacy rights in general. Continue reading “Are Condominium Residents Entitled to Privacy on the Common Elements?”

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