In June Crossbridge produced a concise 10-point fact sheet which summarizes the health and economic basis for making your condominium community smoke-free. The fact-sheet is available in our E-Portal for download. Ask your manager to send you a copy. Read our March 6 blog post for more...Read more
Today, we announce the release of our new EV charging guide for the exclusive use of our managers and clients. The original guide, which was published four years ago, was the first of its kind. The new guide demonstrates our experience and supports our managers through the new regulations and...Read more
“Price Is What You Pay, Value Is What You Get”
In this time of great change for the condo industry, it is even more important for boards to consider the value they are receiving from their property...Read more
The Ontario government announced new regulations on March 26, 2018 that support the installation of electric vehicle charging systems (EVCS) in condominiums. These regulations become effective May 1, 2018.
As contemplated in our...Read more
Further to our Blog entry of March 6th “Getting Ready for Marijuana…” there’s some interesting news.
Today’s Toronto Star features an article on Apotex, and its late founder’s, current efforts to develop a “potentially revolutionary” marijuana pill. Despite Barry...Read more
The first few deliveries of the Tesla Model 3, Tesla’s more affordable electric car, have refreshed the topic of Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in condominiums. Crossbridge has long encouraged the installation of EV chargers. Our EV protocol, released more than four years ago, provided a...Read more
As you know marijuana smoking and limited cultivation will become legal federally as early as July 2018. All of us involved in condominium governance are very concerned about its implications.
As the saying goes, it’s better to fix the roof on a sunny day. Therefore, you and your board...Read more
At roughly 10:45 p.m. on October 31st, the province released the new, prescribed forms that became effective November 1st. Since then, condominium managers, boards of directors, owners and residents have had to work them. It’s been frustrating for everyone.