Condominium Management 100

Condominium Management 100 (CCI Seminar) Tueday, November 6, 2021 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Chateau Louis Conference Centre* This course is invaluable for new managers, board members, & owners who are interested in being aware of the overall process of Condominium Management and administration. Part of the Condominium Management series (CM100/CM200/CM300), this session delves into:…

Member to Member Promotions – October 2021

Member to Member Promotions – October 2021 One of the many benefits of membership is our Member to Member (M2M) Program with valuable deals and promotions offered by our members, for our members. Every month we will launch new promotions. This month we feature Cleaning Extraordinaire and VETS Group. Participating in this program is free for our Business Partners…

2021 CCI National Election – Call for Nominations

Call For 2021 National Executive Nominations Attention All CCI Members: CCI National is seeking volunteers who have shown a dedication and commitment to the success of CCI, and have the desire to take a national leadership role within the Canadian Condominium Institute. Eligibility: The members of CCI shall elect National Executives from nominees selected from the…

Canada Votes 2021: Notes for Condominiums

Signs & Federal Elections Unlike the Local Authorities Election Act, which has some flexibility in it, the Canada Elections Act is explicit that a condominium corporation cannot prohibit owners from displaying election signs in their units. From the Elections Canada FAQ: “Property owners do not have the right to prevent tenants from putting up election…

Alberta Votes 2021: Condominiums and Municipal Elections

All Alberta municipalities and school boards will be having elections on October 18, 2021. While it’s great to have the chance to exercise our democratic rights, municipal and school board elections have some implications for condominium complexes. Condominium corporations have a balance to strike between protecting the common property and maintaining building security and respecting…

(Please Don’t) Lien On Me

by Amber Nickel, a lawyer with Willis Law and a member of the CCI North Alberta Board of Directors Changes are coming that require contractors to be paid within 28 days (conditions apply). The hills are alive with the sound of changes to payment requirements and lien rights in the construction industry. The connection between…