Since 2011, the Bell Let’s Talk campaign has supported more than six million people in accessing mental-health care and generated more than $93 million for mental-health initiatives.
In 2016, Crossbridge produced a white paper entitled “Responding to Mental Illness in Condominium...Read more
A recent law blog stated that the repeal of the Green Energy Act meant that condominiums would no longer need to report their energy and water usage. This is incorrect.
Essentially, the requirement to report energy and water usage was moved from the Green Energy Act to the...Read more
Landscape Ontario has advised landscaping contractors that salt for winter de-icing is expected to be in very short supply this winter and through 2019. A summer strike, mine closures due to water leaks and strong domestic and international demand are part of the cause.
Property management is a Iot like an iceberg. The tip of an iceberg, like the property manager, is easy to see and identify with. And just like that iceberg, what you see is only a hint of what lies beneath the surface – there are many people and processes working behind the scenes to support...Read more
The natural gas utilities will be directed by the Ontario Energy Board to remove the Carbon Tax from all gas bills starting October 1st. This will result in an approximately 12% reduction in a condominium corporation’s natural gas bill. We are also pleased to advise that Crossbridge...Read more
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