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Government Advocacy Report

Publication date:
December 21, 2022
Article Summary: 

The Government Advocacy Committee of CCI North Alberta had a busy year advocating for various condominium-related issues. Efforts were made to discuss and improve the manager licensing examination questions. The committee worked on Bill 19, which aimed to amend the Condominium Property Act, but it was shelved due to a change in government. The committee continued advocating for the introduction of a dispute resolution tribunal and pushed for fairness in utility rebates for condominium corporations and owners. They were also consulted on amendments to the New Home Buyer Protection regime. The committee expresses gratitude to its volunteer members for their dedication.


Government Advocacy Committee, CCI North Alberta, manager licensing, examination questions, Bill 19, Condominium Property Act, dispute resolution tribunal, prompt payment legislation, utility rebates, New Home Buyer Protection, volunteer committee, condominium owners, advocacy.

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Government Advocacy Report
December 21, 2022
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