Tag Archives: condominium management

Detoxifying the condo manager’s workplace

Recent court decisions denounce owners’ abusive behaviour Wednesday, July 13, 2022 | By Juliet Atha | reminetwork.com It’s hard to imagine that there’s a condo manager anywhere in Ontario who would describe their job as easy. The breadth and depth of knowledge required to do the job well are astounding. The hours are long, and […]

Recent LAKETREE Information

On Monday, May 16th, 2022 – Reba and Joan were able to step into Laketree to see how everything is coming along! Although it’s still clearly an active construction site – the suites are coming along very nicely and we are looking forward to welcoming our first tenant on Monday, May 30th, 2022! Please see […]

Human Rights & Pet Prohibitions – April 5 2022

As you know, the intersection of pets and human rights is a thorny one.  While a condominium’s declaration may ban a pet, Ontario’s Human Rights Code may permit it.  A recent decision from the Condominium Authority Tribunal has given sharper focus on this debate, letting us know when human rights apply, and when it does […]

CCI COVID Webinar – Maintaining Communities – Some New Ideas!

MCRS Property Manager, Kirsten Dale, was a speaker in this week’s COVID Webinar put on by the Huronia Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute. She joined to share some new ideas on maintaining and building condominium communities during COVID. Check it out! CCI Huronia – Webinar Recordings – Week 7 COVID 19 Webinar #7 – […]

Navigating the unknown in communal living

Defining an emergency in a pandemic is a new scenario for seasoned managers As published on CondoBusiness  Wednesday, April 29, 2020 By Kirsten Dale and Debbie Dale At the start of the pandemic, hurdles instantly arose with a rock-solid hardness that hit condominium managers and their clients like brick walls. The Annual General Meeting schedules […]

MCRS President D. Dale Appointed to CMRAO Advisory Committee

In the Spring of 2019, the CMRAO convened the first meeting of the Advisory Committee, whose members represent different points of view within the condominium management sector. Members are appointed by the CMRAO’s Board of Directors, serve on a voluntary basis, and are expected to provide input on a range of issues that are important […]