Tag Archives: covid-19

Shining Sunlight on Mental Health When and How to Help

COVID aside, our country’s mental health crisis continues to escalate, and we have many people living in condos without a support network to assist them. This, in turn, impacts both the communities in which they reside and the manager assigned to help that community function efficiently. Chemical imbalances in the brain can be caused by […]

CCI Huronia’s Spring 2021 Condo Buzz: “Beyond Covid-19”

The latest edition of CCI Huronia’s “Condo Buzz” newsletter is out now. MCRS President and CCI Huronia Chapter President, Debbie Dale, has written an inspiring President’s Message to help keep us smiling as we wind our way out of the Covid-doldrums. Presidents Message Springing forward into life after COVID 19 (C-19) hits our minds like […]

COVID-19 & Rental Showing Protocols

At MCRS Property Management – We treat your home like our own! And right now, like the rest of the world, we are doing what we can to keep our managed client homes safe during this unprecedented global pandemic. These measures include supplying hand sanitizer in indoor common areas, increasing cleaning protocols, and discouraging non-essential […]

Boating at Condominiums – Social Distancing and More!

On Thursday, May 14, 2020, we received confirmation from the Office of the Premier of Ontario that as of 12:01 AM on Saturday, May 16, 2020, marinas, boat clubs and public boat launches may open for recreational use. The Declaration of Emergency was also extended this week until at least June 2nd, so Ontarians are […]

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 […]