Effective July 27th, our company offices will be relocated to Toronto - about 3.5 kilometers south of our current location in Markham.
The move, to a significantly larger space, accommodates our expansion of recent years and provides room to grow for the foreseeable future. ...Read more
One of the more challenging and time consuming issues in condominiums is smoke migration. Finding the source of the smoke is one issue. The bigger challenge is finding how the smoke is making its way into a neighbouring unit. In any given condominium suite there will be numerous floor or wall...Read more
We have assembled a comprehensive set of links to several websites and blogs that are of relevance to condominium communities. We’ve covered everything from condo law blogs, to government websites and courses for directors. We hope you will find the links useful.
As many of you know, condo lawyer Gerry Hyman has written a regular column in the Saturday Star for many years. On Saturday, July 19 his Condo Law column included questions and answers on the following issues:
- Requisitioned meetings
- Storing bicycles in suites ...Read more
Boards of Directors:
We are pleased to inform you that Brookfield has been re-certified under the ACMO 2000 quality assurance standard. We are 100% compliant with the ACMO 2000 requirements, meeting or exceeding every one of the standards. You can learn more about ACMO 2000 at...Read more
Ontario Energy Board Proposal for Fixed Monthly Electricity Bills is Unfair to Condominiums Brookfield has worked to reduce the amount of electricity used in the common areas of our client buildings by nearly $3.5 Million since mid-2010. We also work to reduce our clients’ utility costs within...Read more
Toronto Condominiums Amalgamate
On June 26, 2014, with the registration of a new declaration, MTCC 1101 and 1120 ceased to exist and were reborn as TSCC 2388 -- the first amalgamated condominium corporation in the City of Toronto and one of perhaps only two in the GTA....Read more
The Ontario Condo Law Blog of July 10, 2014 cites the case of Hogan v. MTCC 595 in which the Board denied a requisition for a meeting from owners on a technicality. The court’s decision made it very clear that the Condominium Act must be regarded as consumer protection legislation, and as such...Read more