The Ontario government recently announced they would provide 21 days of electricity-rate relief starting tomorrow, January 18th, 2022.
Crossbridge’s energy manager explains how this rate relief applies across the different price plans available to...Read more
Ontario’s regulated electricity rates are typically reviewed by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) twice per year – May 1st and November 1st.
Although the OEB announced there would be no change to the posted residential electricity prices effective November 1...Read more
The Ontario Energy Board has approved natural gas price increases effective October 1st.
Average bill increases are the range of 8%, and are caused by:
- A dramatic 25% increase in the price of the natural gas commodity ...Read more
The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) is making $2-billion available for retrofits in commercial buildings to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and stimulate the green-tech economy.
Condominiums are eligible for this federal funding, but they must overcome a few hurdles to gain access...Read more
To All Crossbridge Condominium Services Employees:
I am pleased to announce effective May 25, 2021 ,the appointment of Mr. Anthony Facchini as Senior VP of Operations. The new role of Senior VP of Operations is a reflection of our significant growth, continuous ...Read more
All of us at Crossbridge are very pleased to share the news that two members of our senior management team have been elected to lead the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and the Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto Chapter (CCI-T).
Regional Manager Katherine Gow...Read more
We are happy to report that the grandfathering eligibility for the Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER) has been extended again from April 30, 2021 to October 31, 2022.
There have been many people in the industry working hard on this since December 2019, and this is a huge win for about 30%...Read more
On January 29, 2021 Section 6.1 of the Occupier's Liability Act became law. It’s a significant and positive change. A claimant who is claiming damages resulting from a personal injury caused by snow or ice will, generally, have to provide written notice of the claim within 60 days of the...Read more