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One Day,

Kristi Sargeant-Kerr
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The article discusses the significant legislative changes that have impacted the condominium industry over the past year. It highlights the challenges faced by self-managed condominiums, directors, property managers, and other stakeholders in understanding and implementing these changes. The article mentions the overwhelming response from self-managed condominiums seeking professional assistance, directors' mandatory training with the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO), and the issues arising from the use of new mandatory forms. The impact of legislative changes on the legalization of recreational cannabis, the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017, and the cancellation of electric vehicle incentives is discussed. The importance of staying educated and informed through seminars, conferences, and collaboration with professionals in the field is emphasized to successfully navigate the evolving legislative landscape.


Legislative changes, condominium industry, Condominium Act, property managers, directors, self-managed condominiums, professional assistance, mandatory training, forms, recreational cannabis, Smoke-Free Ontario Act, electric vehicle incentives, education, seminars, collaboration, evolving landscape.

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Kristi Sargeant-Kerr
One Day,
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