Ontario politicians debate bill proposing condo insurance changes, licensing of condo managers

A proposal to update Ontario’s condominium insurance rules, and to license condominium managers, is currently before the legislature.   If passed into law, Bill 106 “would update rules and requirements relating to insurance when damage occurs to a unit or the building,” said Chris Ballard, Liberal MPP for Aurora-Newmarket and parliamentary secretary to government and consumer services minister David Orazietti, at Queen’s Park.    Read the article……………


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