Can Condos Prohibit Smoking on Balconies?

As part of the province’s Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy, Ontario has taken a further step towards a smoke-free Ontario. As of January 1st, 2015, it is illegal to smoke on or around children’s playgrounds, publicly owned sports fields/surfaces and all bar and restaurant patios (whether covered or not). This raises again the question of whether it is prohibited to smoke on condominium exclusive-use balconies or terraces.    Read the article………..


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