Summer Issue 2017

In this Issue:


President's Message

Record Retention and Disclosure

Infomation Certificates: New Mandatory Communication Requirement for Condo Corporations

Board Shorts - So Long

Bill 106 - Comparative Chart UPDATED


President's Message

CCI Huronia is still burning brightly and is taking on change with passion. 

On September 15th, 2017 at Barrie’s Liberty North, we will be hosting our Annual Conference and Tradeshow – FACING CHANGE.

As the Condominium Act,1998 evolves over the next several months with the implementation of regulations, the implementation of Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario, we are dedicated to keeping you up to date. Please review our calendar of Events.  READ MORE.

Record Retention and Disclosure

The new regulations to be established under the Condominium Act provide new detailed requirements for the retention and disclosure of condominium records. This article details the new record retention periods, the requirements that must be satisfied by the mean of record retention and the new 4 step procedure to be followed by the corporations and owners wherever records are requested.                    READ MORE.

Infomation Certificates: New Mandatory Communication Requirement for Condo Corporation

As a result of changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 and the implementation of new Regulations, condominium corporations will have added responsibilities that will force them to communicate with their owners more often and provide transparency and accountability with respect to the operations of  the condominium corporation.  READ MORE.

Board Short

Longer than you think

In previous Board Shorts columns, I’ve highlighted some of the major issues or concerns that I believe you (as a Board member) may encounter. Time to shift focus. READ MORE.

Bill 106 - Comparative Chart Updated

To make life just a little easier for those of us who are excited about the new proposed changes to the Condominium Act, 1998 (Ontario) (the “Act”), we have updated our comparative chart of the Act to include the Royal Assent version of Bill 106.  The purpose of the chart is to highlight the proposed changes against the Act as it currently stands.  There is an index in the front and there is also a short note on how the chart works. READ MORE.