Proposed Alberta condo legislation would ‘bankrupt’ industry, developer warns

A high-profile Canadian developer says he’ll stop building in Alberta if the government passes a proposed condo regulation that calls for mandatory occupancy dates.  But the head of a condo group that represents owners and consumers said if developers can’t work within the proposed regulation, perhaps they shouldn’t be building in the province.     Read the article……………


Related Articles

Closing costs should be included in condo prices, lawyer says

Some said they had been expecting costs of between $5,000 and $12,000. Instead, they received bills for between $20,000 and $30,000, and as high as $60,000, just days before their closing dates

CityPlace condo residents worried about health as black mould found in building

Several condo residents say they’re worried about their health after discovering black mould in several places in their CityPlace tower.

James Bay condo owner challenges hefty building repair bills (BC)

A James Bay condo owner has filed a court petition demanding transparency from the building’s property management company over repair