Month: November 2021
We’re fast approaching that most wonderful time of the year, with cheers of joy and good wishes… for most. You see, the holiday spirit is not universally shared by all. In this post we review a 2021 decision where the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal had to determine whether Christmas decorations on condo common elements were discriminatory. […]
Our Holiday Webinar is around the corner! Join us for our 2021 year in review and the 2nd Annual Condo Jeopardy Competition. This one is going to be informative and fun! Here’s the registration link, but read on to learn more about the exciting topics and line up. When: Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 5pm. […]
Every November we pause to remember those who served, in war and peace, and those who paid the ultimate price for our collective freedoms. This year, as a minuscule but genuinely heartfelt gesture of reconciliation, our Remembrance post honours Tommy Prince, one of Canada’s most decorated First Nations soldiers. This proud Anishinaabe served in World War […]
Can condo tenants be brought to court if they fail to abide by condo rules (or must they go to the Landlord/Tenant Board)?
The Landlord and Tenant Board (the LTB) was recently asked to rule on the age-old question of who, between the LTB and the courts, has jurisdiction over a dispute involving a condo tenant. This question regularly surfaces when condo tenants breach condo rules. These situations bring to light an impossible triangle between : the owner […]