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Condo New Articles

Click on links below for articles

Tax Auditors target condo sellers in hunt for "flippers"

Honest Advertising for condo projects

2 more drug labs found in Scarborough Highrise

Ont Government Stricter Requirements for Balcony Glass

CANADA.COM

Condo Buyers Research Builder - National Post

CONDO BUSINESS  REMI NETWORK

Honest Advertising for Condo Projects

GLOBAL NEWS TORONTO

Condo-shopping? Be wary of window repair cost

METRO NEWS

Changes to Condo Act will offer greater protection Liberals say

 Toronto Condo Fraud: Embezzlement, Kickbacks and bid-rigging

MISSISSAUGA NEWS

Realtor Rallies Disgruntled Condo Owners

Fraud Allegations Shock Condo Owners

Mississauga business welcomes Trudeau with hesitation

City lets Mayors' Caucus take lead on land transfer tax

Condo Life means pared-down seasonal decorating

Expert to Province: Tread carefully with Condominium Act Revision

Mississauga's real estate sector expects another good year ahead

COA pres says Condo Act revisions don't go far enough

Significant number of Marilyn Monroe condo units being sold

Condo Act Review lobbyist calls for more owners to join the fight

Interest groups divided over condo act lobbying efforts

OMB rejection won't deter Oakville homebuilder says Realtor

 NATIONAL POST

Condo Buyers - by Helen Morris, National Post

NEWS RELEASE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT

Building a Better Condominium Act

QP Briefing - Queen's park

Condo Changes won't come soon

REM REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE remonline.com

Ontario moves to License Condo Managers

SIMCOE COUNTY

Vaughan condo fire leaves owners in limbo

THE SPEC - Hamilton - thespec.com

Strong United Voice Would Help Protect Condo Owners

TORONTO SUN

Understanding Condo Insurance - Condo Hero

Mississauga Condo Owners now two  months without elevators

TORONTO STAR

Push to Revamp the Condo Act

Property Manager bilked $20 M in condo fraud

Condo Life means pared-down seasonal decorating

Toronto Star Queens Park - Changes to Condo Act will offer protection

Cost of Gridlock - is that condo parking spot becoming an albatross

Condo Owners should have more say, panel recommends

TORONTO ist

Will Condo -Dwellers have a say this election?

TORONTO MORTGAGE GROUP.COM

Windows Tempt Buyers

OTHER REPORTS & ARTICLES

Condo Conundrum by Ted Kesik, PH.D. P.Eng UofT

Can Highly Glazed Building Facades be Green? by John Straube, University of Waterloo

YOUR WARD NEWS

Round Two in the Condo Bullpen

 

TV NEWS 

CP24 NEWS

New Ont. rules aim to prevent glass falling from balconies

Glass falls from condo, stretch of Bay Street closed

High-rises making firefighting harder, Stewart Says

Woman injured by falling glass - Street closed by falling glass

City Inspectors called in after glass falls from building

CBC NEWS - THE NATIONAL

Throw away Buildings - The slow-motion failure of Toronto's glass condos

Throw away Buildings - Thermal Window Failure: How it Happens

Fallen condo glass being investigated

Window pane falls from Ottawa Condo Balcony - Ottawa CBC News

 
DOCUMENTARY FILMS

 CBC                                                                                                     

CBC Condo Game Documentary    Click Here  "The Condo Game Info

Note:  COA Founder President worked with Bountiful Films on this Documentary

News Articles

 

 

DocZone CBC Condo Game is a hit

CBC The DocZone episode called The Condo Game is a CBC documentary that examines behind the scenes of the fast growing Condominium market in Toronto, Ontario.  Warning bells are ringing on certain building, construction issues and the first hand experience of some condo owners.

 

Linda Pinizzotto, Founder President of the Condo Owners Association is seen being interviewed about the potential long term problems and how COA can help.   She is also shown on her radio show interviewing a Condo Owners, COA Director and Mortgage consultant.  The condo owner had a very serious issue which caused her to lose her property because of extensive legal bills and a bad board of directors.  Click to Watch Condo game  -  http://www.cbc.ca/doczone?episodes/the-condo-game

 

The Condo Game only enforces why it is important for all condo owners to register with the Condo Owners Association.  Condominiums are here to stay and owners need the political and strong voice of an Association.  The Condo Game focuses on construction, new build and deficiencies but it goes deeper than that especially without a Condo Act that protects Condo Owners.  

 

NEWS ARTICLES

Tax Auditors target condo sellers in hunt for "flippers"

Honest Advertising for condo projects

2 more drug labs found in Scarborough Highrise

Ont Government Stricter Requirements for Balcony Glass

 

CANADA.COM

Condo Buyers Research Builder - National Post

 

CONDO BUSINESS  REMI NETWORK

Honest Advertising for Condo Projects

 

Global News Toronto

Condo-shopping? Be wary of window repair cost

 

METRO NEWS

Changes to Condo Act will offer greater protection Liberals say

2013 September - Toronto Condo Fraud: Embezzlement, Kickbacks and bid-rigging

 

MISSISSAUGA NEWS

Realtor Rallies Disgruntled Condo Owners

Fraud Allegations Shock Condo Owners

Mississauga business welcomes Trudeau with hesitation

City lets Mayors' Caucus take lead on land transfer tax

Condo Life means pared-down seasonal decorating

Expert to Province: Tread carefully with Condominium Act Revision

Mississauga's real estate sector expects another good year ahead

COA pres says Condo Act revisions don't go far enough

Significant number of Marilyn Monroe condo units being sold

Condo Act Review lobbyist calls for more owners to join the fight

Interest groups divided over condo act lobbying efforts

OMB rejection won't deter Oakville homebuilder says Realtor

 

NATIONAL POST

Condo Buyers - by Helen Morris, National Post


NEWS RELEASE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT

Building a Better Condominium Act

 

QP Briefing - Queen's park

Condo Changes won't come soon

 

REM REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE remonline.com

Ontario moves to License Condo Managers

 

SIMCOE COUNTY

Vaughan condo fire leaves owners in limbo

 

THE SPEC - Hamilton - thespec.com

Strong United Voice Would Help Protect Condo Owners

 

TORONTO SUN

**  2012 Sept  Understanding Condo Insurance - Condo Hero

2011 SepFraud Allegations Shock Condo Owners

2013 Sep - Mississauga Condo Owners now two  months without elevators

 

TORONTO STAR

Push to Revamp the Condo Act

Property Manager bilked $20 M in condo fraud

Condo Life means pared-down seasonal decorating

Toronto Star Queens Park - Changes to Condo Act will offer protection

Cost of Gridlock - is that condo parking spot becoming an albatross

Condo Owners should have more say, panel recommends

 

TORONTO ist

Will Condo -Dwellers have a say this election?

 

TORONTO MORTGAGE GROUP.COM

Windows Tempt Buyers

 

OTHER NEWSPAPERS / MAGAZINES / ARTICLES

Condo Conundrum by Ted Kesik, PH.D. P.Eng - Professor of Building Science UofT

Can Highly Glazed Building Facades be Green? by John Straube, Bldg Science consultant, University of Waterloo

 

YOUR WARD NEWS

Round Two in the Condo Bullpen

 
 

TELEVISION NEWS

CP24

New Ont. rules aim to prevent glass falling from balconies

Glass falls from condo, stretch of Bay Street closed

High-rises making firefighting harder, Stewart Says

Woman injured by falling glass - Street closed by falling glass

City Inspectors called in after glass falls from building

 

CBC

Throw away Buildings - The slow-motion failure of Toronto's glass condos

Throw away Buildings - Thermal Window Failure: How it Happens

Fallen condo glass being investigated

Window pane falls from Ottawa Condo Balcony - Ottawa CBC News

 
 

DOCUMENTARY FILMS 

 CBC                                                                                                     

CBC Condo Game Documentary    Click Here  "The Condo Game Info

Note:  COA Founder President worked with Bountiful Films on this Documentary

Electronic Services of Documents

Electronic Communication 

 

A formal electronic service for Documents allows an excellent communication to owners while also reducing costs.  s will increase under the “new” Act. Corporations may be able to reduce cost (and save trees) by switching to electronic communications. Here is how.

Communication Requirement with Owners

The most common method for condo corporations to distribute Annual General Manager packages and or other Notices of meetings and proposed Rules is through the mail system  however in some condominiums their declaration or by laws allows electronic communication or they have written approval from the owner .  These types of communications will continue to be required under the “new” act.   The cost of these communications through mail can add up to a substantial cost and corporations may prefer to choose an alternate method of service, for instance emails so the "new" act provides for many forms of communication.  For instance, twice a year, an Information Certificate to all owners is mandated.  Any of the following would be allowed:

Address of Service Under the “Current” Act

Under the “current” Act, any notice required to be given to owners shall be in writing and given to each owner at their address of service. The term “address of service” is not defined under the current Act, but such service can be done:

  • by delivering the notice personally to each owner;
  • by sending by prepaid mail to the owner’s address for service (the address held on record by the corporation);
  • by facsimile transmission, electronic mail or any other electronic communication only if the owner has agreed in writing to such method;
  • by delivey to the owner’s unit or at the unit’s mail box (provided the owner has requested in writing that service not be done in this matter or unless the corporation has a different address on record.

The Act states that owners would have to provide authorization in order to switch to service by email

How to Switch to Electronic Service Under the “New” Condo Act

Under the “new” Act, all owners are required to advise their condo corporation of their name and address of service. [namely the Existing owners the Corporation and the address on record when the “new” Act come into force]. Owners have the option to change the address of service any time and with this option the Corporations must maintain their records and keep them up to date.

Corporations can provide formal notices to owners by email or other electronic communication if the owners has signs and authorizes an agreement in writing  for electronic communications.  The corporation must keep this statement on file with the corporation’s records. The agreement can be done as follows:

First Method

Similar to the Current Condo Act:

  • The board can pass a resolution confirming the method of electronic communication to be used; AND
  • The owner (or mortgagee) has to confirm in writing, they agree to service in an electronic method form of communication is sufficient for service under the Act. 

Second Method

The second method is for all Owners to sign an Agreement to Electronic Delivery, available online under the forms of the New Condo Act

Electronic Delivery of Information Certificates

Corporations will be able to deliver Information Certificates the traditional way (by mail, by personal delivery, by delivery to the unit or by email provided that the owners have agreed to it, the First Method noted above).  Another more efficient way could be to post these Certificates: on a website and to simply send a notice of posting. 

It is imperative that the Owners must be able to save and print the content of the communication.  Any notice of posting has to be in accordance with the new condo act form  “Notice of on-line posting of Information Certificate“. This form will is available now and includes the state how the posting can be accessed and, identifies how an owner can obtain a paper copy, via printing methods.  It is also advisable to have a password protected system 

The sooner that each Corporation prepares themselves to ensure that the new condo act is followed and owners have provided the proper form authorizing the use of electronic communications - the better. 

Related posts

 

Condo Service Guide

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We have a strong representation for Condominiums and all levels of Government 

  1. A powerful advocacy with a collective voice to consumers and government
  2.  Influential and effective media relations to identify and enhance the operations within condominiums
  3. A wide range of information and opportunities
  4. In-depth industry knowledge and information
  5. Presence in various Stakeholder Groups
  6. Close working relationship with Industry Leaders
  7. Provides a huge potential to promotion your materials
  8. Huge potential to arrange group savings packages and benefits for you
  9. Excellent working relationships across the Country 



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  5. Building Service & Sciences
  6. Cleaners
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  8. Cleaning Services - Ducts
  9. Cleaning Services - Windows
  10. Computer Service & IT Solutions
  11. Condo Digital
  12. Condo Management
  13. Condo Rental Service Groups
  14. Condo Resources
  15. Condo Software
  16. Contractors - Electrical
  17. Contractors - General
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  19. Design & Décor Services
  20. Door & Lock Services
  21. Elevator Services / Repairs
  22. Energy Services
  23. Energy Services - Efficiency
  24. Energy Services - Electricity
  25. Energy Services - Gas
  26. Energy Services - Water
  27. Engineering Services
  28. Environmental Consulting
  29. Financial Services
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  31. Financial Services - Loans
  32. Fire Protection
  33. Flooring Broadloom, Carpeting & Mats
  34. Glass Specialty, Custom Design & Replacement
  35. Home Care
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  38. Home Office Furniture
  39. Home Services
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  41. Insurance Condo Building | Suite
  42. Internet/TV/Phone Services
  43. Financing - Commercial Loans
  44. Landscaping & Gardening Services
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  48. Legal Services - Full Service
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  55. Moving & Storage
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  57. Painting, Priming & Sanding
  58. Parking Equipment & Revenue Systems
  59. Parking Management/Cleaning Services
  60. Paving Interlock, Quartz and Stone
  61. Pest Control
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  63. Plumbing Services
  64. Real Estate Services
  65. Recreation & Fitness Equipment | Repair
  66. Rental & Tenant Services
  67. Restoration Services
  68. Retirement Homes
  69. Photo Videos and Matterport
  70. Roofing
  71. Roofing - Green Energy
  72. Security Services and Technologies
  73. Seniors
  74. Snow Removal Services
  75. Sound Control
  76. Superintendent Services
  77. Technology & Computers
  78. Waste Services
  79. Water Proofing & Systems



NOTICE TO USERS:

Disclosure:  COA has partnered with these companies on previous events

  • Allstate Insurance of Canada
  • International Home & Garden Show
  • Clorox Canada – Glad
  • Entire Imaging
  • Geep Electronic Recycling
  • Joseph Estate Wines
  • Vision Quest

Condo Owners Association accepts no responsibility for any loss or dissatisfaction arising from any use or contractual relationship of services, or purchases to include incentives programs that Condo Owners may experience through Related Services Companies of the Condo Owners Association

 

COA Mississauga

 

Condo Owners Association Mississauga

The Condo Owners Association is a non profit Association who represents and advocates on behalf of Condo Owners and Condo Buyers to ensure better governance, accountability and operations of condo communities.  COA Mississauga is a Division of COA Ontario.  

  • COA Mississauga is a Division of the Condo Owners Association Ontario  
  • There are 11 Districts in Mississauga (known as Wards/Provincial Ridings)  
  • Click to enlarge Map below

Ward 1

Ward 5

Ward 9
Ward 2

Ward 6

Ward 10
Ward 3 Ward 7 Ward 11

Ward 4

Ward 8


Mississauga Mayor & City Council

Agendas & Minutes

Council Calendar 

 

Transportation  

Transportation Information:  The Hurontario-Main Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. Mayor Crombie was joined by Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca, Minister of Finance Charles Sousa, Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey, Metrolinx President and CEO Bruce McCuaig, various Mississauga MPs and MPPs as well as City of Mississauga Council Members to announce that the Hurontario-Main Light Rail Transit (LRT) plan will receive full provincial funding amounting to $1.6 billion. Please find below a sampling of select media coverage generated from the announcement as well as Mayor Crombie’s interview on CP24 and CBC Metro Morning.

To learn more about the Hurontario-Main Light Rail Transit Project, please visit: http://lrt-mississauga.brampton.ca/EN/Pages/Welcome.aspx


 

Social Media

 

Help us to create awareness, Tweet COA Mississauga 

click http://twitter.com/COAmississauga 

Sample 3

How do I know what my condo insurance covers?

Recently, Allstate Insurance Company of Canada and Abacus Data released some research that shows many condo owners are lacking critical knowledge about their insurance coverage, which could lead to costly mistakes.

Here are some of the major findings:

· 61 per cent of Canadian condominium ("Condo") owners don't know or incorrectly assume their building's insurance will cover damage to another unit from water or fire that originated in their unit

· 74 per cent of Canadians looking to purchase a condo in the next few years don't know what their personal insurance cover versus what the condo corporation’s insurance should cover.

· Only 39 per cent of condo owners and 26 per cent of condo buyers know that the belongings of a roommate or boarder are not covered under their personal condo insurance policies.

· 21 per cent of condo owners are not aware that the condo corporation's insurance is responsible for incidents like falling concrete and shattering glass from condominiums.

As a condo owner, there are things you can do to make sure you are protected:

  • · Ask your condo board or management company to explain what the building’s insurance policy does or does not cover.

  • · Talk to your insurance agent about your policy. Being properly covered can prevent your getting stuck with the bill if your condominium’s policy falls short.

  • · Remember that damage done to your car in a garage or belongings in a storage locker are covered under your personal policy and not the building’s policy so you should ensure your coverage properly protects your car and any items you have stored in your locker.


Media supports COA

 

CONDO GAME CBC DOCUMENTARY FILMS

                                                                                                

The COA was invited to participate in the Condo Game, a CBC Documentary   

Click Here  "The Condo Game Info

   

 

  

  

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