Can a Condo Board Prevent New Telecommunication Companies from Offering Services?

Condominiums in Ontario are self-governed by an elected Board of Directors. This leaves condominium Directors with a significant amount of discretion and autonomy to make decisions relating, amongst other things, to the kinds of services that are utilized by each owner and resident.   Historically, condominiums would be “pre-wired” for a specific cable provider (usually Bell, Rogers or Telus) and the residents in the building would be bound by whatever specific service provider the initial condominium board (or the developer) agreed to contract with. Over the years, most buildings have begun to offer more than one service provider.    Read the article……………


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