CCI Eastern Ontario Chapter – Your Condo Connection
The Canadian Condominium Institute leads the National condominium industry by providing education, information awareness and access to expertise by and for our members.
Coast to Coast…we are your condo connection!
The mission of the “Canadian Condominium Institute (“CCI”) a non-profit corporation, is to promote the interests of groups involved in condominiums across Canada including unit Owners, boards of directors, managers, governmental authorities, lenders and others. The CCI achieves this mission by providing leadership and expertise in manners related to the condominium industry.
Call for Nominations
This year the Board of Directors for CCI Eastern Ontario will be seeking individuals to fill three (3) three-year term vacancies on the Board. For details, click here.
Fall 2016 Edition: First Year Condominiums!
Included in this issue: Engineer's Corner: Does My New Condo Come With a Warranty? - Legal Corner: Key Issues For a Condominium's First Year - Safety Corner: Improving Condominium Security - New Initiative Corner: CondoSTRENGTH ! An Important Resource for New Directors ! - Lessons Learned Corner: The First Year in The Life of Your Condominium; and more!
To read the Fall 2016 Edition, click here.
Legislative Brief – Recommendations for Amendments to Bill 106: Protecting Condominium Owners Act
To read the Legislative Brief submitted by the Joint Legislative Committee of Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and Canadian Condominium Institute, Toronto & Area Chapter, please click here.
Proposed change to Bill 106: Protecting Condominium Owners Act
Owners, Board Members and Property Managers are encouraged to submit their written objection to an amendment by 6:00 pm on October 29, 2015. For details, click here.
The 2015 Professional Services Directory
The 2015 Professional Services Directory is now available. Click here to view and download the directory.
CANADIAN CONDOMINIUM INSTITUTE WELCOMES BILL 106
TORONTO, ON – JUNE 24, 2015 – Condominium owners across Ontario are rejoicing and they are not alone!
The Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) is also celebrating Bill 106, the Protecting Condominium Owners Act, which the Ontario government tabled on May 27. Positive changes in Bill 106 include establishing mandatory licensing of condo managers and strengthening financial management rules for condo corporations to help prevent fraud and mismanagement.
To read more, click here.
Proposed Amendments to the Condominium Act are Finally Released
Dear CCI Members,
The wait is finally over! The Amendments to the Condominium Acthave finally been introduced at Queen’s Park on May 27, 2015.
The text of this bill, which is formally entitled “An Act to amend the Condominium Act, 1998, to enact the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 and to amend other Acts with respect to condominiums” can finally be reviewed here. It is interesting to note that the bill was introduced as the “Act to Protect Condominium Owners“. This may signal an important shift in what many perceived as a power struggle between the owners and the corporations. This bill, aimed at amending the Condominium Act and at better regulating the industry, is 159 pages long but some of the more important changes include the following.
To read more, click here.
The Theory of Reserve Fund Planning
Some of the biggest complaints I hear from condominium owners are: “Why didn’t we properly plan for this expense?” and “Why didn’t we make larger contributions to the reserve fund in the past?” This strikes right to the heart of what condominium reserve fund planning is all about….
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2016 Schedule of Events
NOVEMBER 25, 2016 "ACMO CCI-Kingston 3rd Annual Conference"
What to Look Forward to in 2017!
- January 25 - Lawyers, Guns and Money
- February 22 - Security, More than just locks on doors!
- March 29 - No reservations about Reserve Funds
- April 26 - Budgeting
- May 6-7 - Spring Directors course
- May 27 - Kingston Directors training
- June 2 - ACMO/CCI-EO 5th Annual Conference