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Ontario Condominium Act Review

Condo Consultation

The City of Toronto is conducting a consultation with condominium occupants. 

The purpose of this consultation is to engage with condo residents,  condo boards and others to identify possible changes to City policies related to condo living in Toronto.  Some issues that have been raised are:

  • Access to parks and dog parks
  • Recreational and community amenitiies
  • Parking, bike parking and visitor parking
  • Childcare options in the neighborhood

The consultation will focus on:

  1. Identifying the issues that condo residents are currently experiencing
  2. Developing a set of ideas to help the City of Toronto address these issues

The City is hosting a public meeting where you can learn more about this study and share your thoughts.  The meeting will begin with a brief overview presentation from the project team, followed by discussion to identify the issues and ideas to address them. 

Thursday February 21, 2013
7 PM to 9 PM
All Saints Kinsway Anglican Church
2850 Bloor St. W.
(Royal York and Bloor St. W.)

 

Ontario’s Condominium Act Review Stage One Findings Report Executive Summary

About the Review

Ontario’s Condominium Act Review is a collaborative, public engagement process aimed at modernizing the Condominium Act, 1998 (the Act).

It has been eleven years since the Act came into force. In that time, the condominium market has changed dramatically. Today, condominiums represent half of all new homes built and over one million Ontarians live in condominiums.

The government is thoroughly reviewing the Act to see that it reflects the current and future needs of condominium owners, residents and other stakeholders.