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Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
December 1, 2023
Article Summary: 

The article titled "Illiteracy on the Condo Board" discusses the issue of illiteracy among condominium board members and its impact on effective governance. It highlights the importance of having board members who possess the necessary literacy skills to understand and interpret documents, contracts, bylaws, and financial statements. The article emphasizes that illiteracy can hinder decision-making, lead to misunderstandings, and create legal and financial risks for the condominium corporation. It suggests that board members should have a basic level of literacy to fulfill their responsibilities and make informed decisions on behalf of the community. The article also emphasizes the need for educational programs and resources to support board members in improving their literacy skills. It concludes by highlighting the role of the condominium community in fostering a culture of continuous learning and encouraging board members to develop their literacy competencies.


Illiteracy on the condo board, effective governance, literacy skills, documents, contracts, bylaws, financial statements, decision-making, misunderstandings, legal and financial risks, responsibilities, educational programs, continuous learning, literacy competencies.

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Toronto Condo News
December 1, 2023
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