CCI Newsletter 2 - 2021-2022

CCI Publications Are Digital

The publications are now provided to you digitally on our website. Overall, the advantages are positive, as is the feedback. We share a small part in saving the world and affecting climate change; we are not restricted by the number of pages and can enhance the productions with colour. CCI Review This is our quarterly publication where the expertise of our professional and business partner members continues to be most constructive. We are most grateful to them for sharing with us. We also thank them for their generous support by advertising. We hope you will continue to share the publications with colleagues and other owners in your condominium corporation. Your industry - related articles are welcome to our publications. Please contact the Administrator (ccisw@cci - if you would like to share your expertise in an upcoming issue.


The upcoming National events, along with events across Canada, may be of interest to you. You might want to put reminders on your calendars now to check for updates as the days draw near to register. upcoming - events

December 2 Toronto & Area

Electronic Tools to Education and Boost Engagement December 2 Golden Horseshoe Introduction to Condos

You can find this year ’ s previous issues of the CCI Review here 2021 Professional & Trades Directory

Every corporation and owner has opportunities when they require knowledgeable professionals and trades. We invite you to share access to the publication of our members within your communities. The directory is available online here . Listings will be updated as memberships are added and changes are received.

December 2 Grand River Intro to Condos December 4 Grand River Level 300 – Tarion

Ontario Extends Virtual Meetings and Electronic Voting unit September 30, 2022

December 7 South Saskatchewan Creating Better Estoppel Certificates

The pandemic continues to influence how condominiums carry out their business.

Where the Government of Ontario made regulatory amendments that extended the effective period of temporary legislative provisions to end on December 31, 2021, there has been another extension to September 30, 2022. This extension will affect how condominiums can conduct business; including virtual meetings of owners, including AGMs, voting (by proxy or electronically), electronic notices to owners and virtual board meetings. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) continues to be a significant meeting for owners in every condominium corporation. It is one of the main ways that help ensure accountability of the Board of Directors to the owners. Sadly, the significance of the meeting is lost on too many owners and it is incumbent upon us all to galvanize their participation, not only because they should be informed about their significant investment and how it is being taken care of; but also to encourage their support as potential future board members.

December 17 Huronia Lunch and Learn

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