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Liaison with the Condo Owners Association Mississauga 

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WARD 1

Cranberry Cove Port Credit Ratepayers Association (CCPCRA)
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Co-President: Hugh MacKenzie
Boundaries:
North – Lakeshore Road West
South – Lake Ontario
East – Pine Avenue South
West – Godfrey’s Lane
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Sherway Homeowners and Recreational Association (SHORA)
President:Ryan Enright
Past-President:Alex Banks
Boundaries:
North – Queensway
South – Q.E.W.
East – Etobicoke Creek
West – Dixie Road

 

WARD 2


Birch Glen Residents’ Association (BGRA)  [Liaison]
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Boundaries: 
North – CNR rail line
South – Lakeshore Road West
East – Birchwood Creek/Hydro right-of-way
West – Birchwood Park
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Clarkson Fairfields South Ratepayers Association (CFSRA)
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Past President:Donald Baer (Past-President)
Boundaries:
North – Hindhead Road
South – Welwyn Drive/April Drive
East – Hartland Drive
West – Whittington Drive from Hartland north to Hydro right-of-way
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Hillcrest Ratepayers Association (HRA)
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Past President: Julie Morris
Boundaries:
North – Q.E.W.
South – Hydro corridor
East – Clarkson Road North
West – Southdown Road
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Lorne Park Estates Association (LPEA)
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Director: Petra Scheller
Boundaries:
North – Lakeshore Road
South – Lake Ontario
East – west side of Richards Memorial Park
West – east side of Jack Darling Park
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Meadow Wood – Rattray Ratepayers Association (MWRRA)
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Director:John Pegram
Boundaries:
North – Lakeshore Road West
South – Lake Ontario
East – Calder Road
West – Petro-Canada railway line
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Park Royal Community Association (PRCA)
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Director: 
Boundaries:
North – South side of Benedet Drive
South – CNR rail line
East – West side of Southdown Road
West – Winston Churchill Blvd
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Sheridan Homelands Ratepayers’ Association (SHORA)
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Director:Brandon Wiedemann
Boundaries:
North – Dundas St. West
South – North Sheridan Way / North Service Road / Q.E.W.
East – Erin Mills Parkway
West – Winston Churchill Blvd
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Whiteoaks Lorne Park Community Association (WLPCA)
President:
Director: Stephanie Hebb
Boundaries:
North – South Service Road
South – CNR rail line
East – Calgary Crt / Indian Road / Lornepark Creek
West – Clarkson Road
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WARD 3


Applewood Hills & Heights Residents' Association (AHHRA)
Vice President:
Boundaries:
North – Burnhamthorpe Rd
South – Dundas St
East – Little Etobicoke Creek
West – Cawthra Road
http://applewoodhhra.simplesite.com/
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Rockwood Homeowners Association (RHA)
Vice President:Joe Silva
Boundaries:
North – Eglinton Avenue
South – Burnhamthorpe Road
East – Etobicoke Creek
West – Dixie Road​
 


WARD 7

Cooksville Munden Park Homeowners Organization (CMPHO)
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Boundaries:
North – Dundas Street
South – Q.E.W.
East – Cawthra Road
West – Hurontario Street
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Erindale Village Association (EVA)
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Boundaries:
North – Dundas Street
South – Credit River
East – Dundas Crescent
West – Credit River
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Gordon Woods Homeowners Association (GWHA)
Boundaries:
North – Queensway West
South – Premium Way
East – Parker Drive / Lynchmere Avenue
West – Hurontario Street

WARD 8

Sherwood Forrest Residents’ Association (SFRA)
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Director: Charlene Haupt
Boundaries:
North – Dundas Street
South – Lincoln Green Way / Seven Oaks
East – Mississauga Road
West – Erin Mills Parkway
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Sir John’s Homestead Ratepayer Association (SJHRA)
President: Keith Salt
Director: Axel Breuer
Boundaries:
North – Windy Hollow Park
South – Dundas Street West
East – Mississauga Road
West – Erindale Secondary School

 

WARD 10

Churchill Meadows Residents’ Association (CMRA)
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Director: Adam Hazan
Boundaries:
North – Britannia Road
South – Eglinton Avenue
East – Winston Churchill Blvd
West – Ninth Line
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Lisgar Residents’ Association (LRA)
President: Suzanne Thistle                                                                                                               
Vice President: Jamie Dookie
Boundaries:
North – Argentia Road
South – Brittania Rd.
East – Tenth Line
West –  HWY 407

Published in Residents Associations

Condominium
Emergency Situations

Question: What should the Property Manager and the Board of Directors do in "Emergency Situations"

Answer:  Property Management and the Board of Directors should contact the Proper Authorities immediately and allow them the time to defuse the situations and investigate it thoroughly before taking any steps. 


** Remember, the actions of the Property Manager and the Board of Directors could cause irreversible damage to the Condo Corporations should they take matters in their own hands and/or expose information prematurely without securing facts which can only be done by allowing the Authorities to do their job without interference or obstruction.   This is not the tine for either parties to seek news media attention.  If there is a sister building involved where a building has share facilities, the  Property Manager and neighhbouring Board of Directors need to take cautions to ensure they do not interfere with the situation nor divulge confidential details of the occurrence to outside parties ie. the Press.

 

In the Case of a Bomb Threat


The Government of Canada Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness outlines an Emergency Plan 

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/bmbthrts-en.aspx

If they are negligent to exposure the issue to the Owners prematurely, it would trigger irresponsible reporting through the News Media etc.  The level of safety and true facts of the situation needs to be addressed first beforehand:  
 

 Occupational Health and Safety Program 

http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/acts-and-regulations/254-1-gl-eng.shtml

Government of Canada - Health and Emergency Disasters

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/health-concerns/emergencies-disasters.html
 

Problems with Property Management



Question: Why do I have problems with my Property Manager all the time, can't the Condo Owners just get him fired?

Answer: No the Property Management Company is hired by the Board of Directors on a majority vote.   The Property Manager is delegated to the building by the Property Management Company because the Property Manager is only an employee of the Property Management Company.  If you are having trouble with your Property Manager it is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to deal with the problems and resolve them.  If the problems cannot be resolved, the Board should make arrangements to investigate if it is a common problem amongst owners.  If so the Board must arrange for an immediate replacement through the Property Management Firm.  If the Property Management company refuses, there is most likely a 30 day cancellation policy on the Contract so the Board of Directors should exercise their rights and cancel the contract.  Unfortunately many times, the Property Manager is only carrying out the orders of the Board of Directors.  Neither the Property Management Company or the Property Manager have any degree of Government licensing so the doors are wide open for abuse.   

Information on Status Certificates

Question: What does a Status Certificates contain

Answer: The Status Certificate package includes:

  1. Condominium Documents
  2. Auditor approved Financial Report
  3. Reserve Fund of the Corporation and any other related information
  4. Insurance Company Letter confirming up-to-date condo building insurance
  5. Cover letter from the Board outlining unit maintenance fees, arrears etc. relating to Unit
  6. Information relating to the condominium building   ie Loans, Liens, Law Suits
  7. Is the Condo Building working with the Condo Owners Association COA

Importance of Reserve Fund

Question: Why is the reserve fund so important.

Answer: The Reserve Fund is extremely important, see notes below:

  1. High reserve funds creates good value within a condominium corporation, the fund must be used in accordance with the study
  2. Board of Directors must have reserve fund to ensure they have adequate fund in the reserve fund for the expected costs of major replacement  (per item 4 below)
  3. Board of Directors must follow reserve fund study for major repair and replacement of the common elements and assets of the corporation (as mandated by the Condo Act 1998) to maintain value
  4. Boards of Directors decisions must comply to all mandates of the Condo Act 1998 and New Condo Act 2015