Recently you’ve seen more statements from our firm speaking out about events in the news. The theme running through these statements is that they relate to racism. The point in making these statements is to acknowledge that racism exists in our world, and Ottawa and Canada are no exceptions.
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Our firm has taken some time to reflect on the recent news reporting the finding of an unmarked mass grave containing the remains of 215 children at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School.
The Federal government’s Greener Homes Grant program is live. We break down who’s eligible for the Grant, what it covers, and how to claim a reimbursement.
As our readers will know, the jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) has recently been expanded to include disputes about pets, parking, storage and related entitlements to indemnification / compensation. A recent decision of the Tribunal is welcome for two reasons: (1) CAT has upheld a weight restriction in a condominium’s Pet Rules; and (2) CAT has also awarded enforcement costs (payable by the non-compliant owner).