Convening a Condominium AGM Amid Concerns Over COVID-19?

Spring is typically Annual General Meeting (AGM) season for condominium corporations and with the COVID-19 virus having been declared a pandemic last week, condo boards should consider whether or not to proceed with scheduled AGMs. For many condo corporations, an AGM will be a “mass gathering” that corrals hundreds of unit owners together in one […] Read More
March 18, 2020

City Moves to License AirBnBs and Other Short-Term Rentals

The Urban Planning Committee voted on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, to recommend the adoption of a new Business Licence Bylaw, in an effort to begin regulating short-term rental accommodations in the City of Edmonton. Often described simply as “short-term rentals”, these accommodations are typically transacted between “hosts” or “operators” and prospective guests, through online platforms […] Read More
August 28, 2019

Cutting the Red Tape? New Condo Regulations are on Hold for Further Review

On July 1, 2019, the Government of Alberta announced that the revised Regulations and amendments to the Condominium Property Act that were scheduled to come into force that day have been placed on hold until January 1, 2020. In a recent statement, Nate Glubish, Minister of Service of Alberta, stated that the delay was necessary […] Read More
July 24, 2019

Recent Changes to the Condominium Property Act of Alberta

In January and April of 2018, the Condominium Property Act of Alberta (the “CPA”) was extensively amended, and further changes will be coming in the future. These current amendments will affect all developers and purchasers of new condominiums in Alberta. Statutory Language The CPA has for years required that all agreements to sell a new […] Read More
October 18, 2018