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BIA - Business Improvement Associations 

Thank you to all Business Improvement Association/Organizations (BIA) in Mississauga and the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA).  We offer our appreciation for all of your hard work and dedication.   
 


Port Credit BIA

Clarkson BIA

Streetsville BIA 

Ontario Business Improvement Area Assoc. 
 


 

SUBMIT A COMPLAINT

BECOME AN AMBASSADOR OF YOUR CONDO .... LET'S WORK TOGETHER .... GET INVOLVED WITH COA .... EMAIL US TODAY .... This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. LETS SPEAK OUT


The Condo Owners Association (COA)   

ALL CONDO OWNERS know your rights and responsibilities  

OWNING A CONDO 

 


Condo Owners
File your complaint CAO and/or CMRAO 


CAO - Condo Authority of Ontario   

CMRAO - Condo Management Regulatory Authority Ontario


The complaints can be as a result of a number of difficulties with your Board of Directors and/or Property Management.   Your Condo Corporation budget, expenditures, reserve funds, conditions, the process, the Annual General Meeting, the governance, design,  décor and condition of your Condo Building and on a personal light , You can also report items of concern regarding the operations, governance and accountability. 

Condo Owners no longer need to be kept in the dark, there are avenues available for support.  


1)  Harassment and/or bullied, major concerns not addressed etc. report Board of Directors 
2)  Harassment and/or bullied by Property Manager, report to CMRAO




CONDO OWNERS CAN REQUEST RECORDS OF THE CORPORATION AT ANY TIME 

The Board of Directors Must Comply or Corporation is fined for non compliance

1)  Request Records of the Corporation ie all Financials, Minutes of Meeting, AGM Minutes, 

2)  Board's Response to your Request for Records  If the Board refuses your request you may wish to report this to the CAO Condo Authority of Ontario

3)  Agreement to Access Records   Condo Owners can view records and if they wish a paper copy there may be a small charge   

4)  Future Reserve Fund Spending -
Note ALL Owners, your Board of Directors must advise Owners 


SPECIAL WEBSITE Information

1)  Land Property Records  
2)  Home and Community 



All Condo Owners in Ontario

Owners can also request General Information of the Corporation and Board of Directors 

1) Request General Information of the Corporation               - Information for Owners about their Corporation 
2) Information on Board of  Directors Certificate Update      - Names and Address of Service for their Board of Directors  
3) New Owners Information Certificate                                   - Information for New Owners about their Corporation


Complete and send the above forms to the "Attention of your Board of Directors" 
In most cases this would be via your Property Manager. 
Please ensure you receive confirmation of receipt.






Become a COA Ambassador of Your Condo  

    


Note:  Changes to the Condo Act

COA is thrilled to work with  (MGCS)  the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services and we are delighted to have Bill 106   "Protecting Condominium Owners Act 2015" and the New Condo Management Services Act, 2015   

(CAO)  Condo Authority of Ontario aims to improve condominium living with mandatory training for Condo Directors and as a resource for disputes 

CMRAO  Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario regulates Condo Manager and Management firms licensing, education requirements and compliance.    

Advertise on COA website

Promote your business work with the COA

Develop a Relationship with the COA 

 

Special Events, working together with COA

If you and your company have ideas for "Special Events, Seminars and Marketing Initiatives, the COA would like to hear your thoughts. 

Please 
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New Guide to help Condo Owners and Condo Corporations 

The COA has established relationships with various services, product companies and trades to help Condo Owners and Condo Corporations.  We have launched two (2) recommendation Guides to our Website/s.   The companies have shown to offer excellent representation and value for their expertise.  These Guides offer a List of recommended businesses, trades and suppliers.
 

Condo Owners Guide 

Condo Corporation Guide 

COA Partners and Past Partners 

  1. Allstate Insurance of Canada
  2. International Home & Garden Show
  3. Clorox Canada – Glad
  4. Entire Imaging
  5. Geep Electronic Recycling
  6. Joseph Estate Wines
  7. Vision Quest

Disclosure:  Condo Owners Association accepts no responsibility for any loss or dissatisfaction arising from any use or contractual relationship of services, or purchases to include incentives programs that Condo Owners may experience through Related Services Companies of the Condo Owners Association



 

CAN FUND Canadian Athletes Now

About CAN FUND


The Condo Owners Association COA Ontario believes in working with other Non Profit Organizations and Charities to the best of our ability.  We are a supporter for the CAN FUND Canadian Athletes Now

We have included their mission statement below and would like to draw your attention to the CAN Fund website and donation support page. 
http://canadianathletesnow.ca/
 
  1. We want people to celebrate those who have impacted their lives.

  2. We want our athletes to succeed on the world stage.

  3. The Impact of both  “Celebrate Impact, Impact Success”


 

Donating to CAN FUND

https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/Donate.aspx?EventID=574&LangPref=en-CA
 


 

Mandatory Provincial Residential Tenancy Agreement

Mandatory Provincial Residential Tenancy Agreement

Landlords, Tenants and  Realtors remember to read important information on the new mandatory Standard Lease Form which has come into effect May 1, 2018.

Ontario's Fair Housing Plan and Rental Fairness Act changes include an initiative by the Provincial Government to introduce a new standard lease for private residential leases signed on or after April 30, 2018 including tenancies in:
  1. Single Detached Homes
  2. Semi-Detached Homes
  3. Apartment  Buildings
  4. Condominiums
  5. Secondary Suite - ie basement apartments

Click here to download the new form

For more information and an FAQ, visit the Ministry of Housing


REALTORS:

Revisions to the OREA Form 400: Residential Tenancy Agreement (Standard Form of Lease)

OREA revisions to Form 400 in response to the new requirements per the Residential Tenancies Act. The Form #400 revisions are as follows:
  1. Clause 12; first line was revised to identify the lease will be drawn by Landlord on the standard form of lease as per Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) & 
  2. Clause 13; is a new clause for party (landlord and tenant) acknowledgement that there will be a standard form of lease as prescribed by RTA.  All form Clauses were re-numbered thereafter.
  3. Note: The purpose of OREA Form #400 Agreement to Lease - Residential is as a negotiating tool only and the mandatory government standard lease form for landlords is the actual formal lease document.  
  4. Further, three OREA Standard Clauses were deleted due to effects of RTA amendments; OREA Standard Clauses in LEASE/RES Clause 2, 8 & 14


Other Important Information

Please Note:  Standard lease form does not apply to most social and supportive housing, retirement and nursing homes, mobile home parks and land lease communities, or commercial properties. The government will develop separate standard leases to address these other types of residential tenancies.


 

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Residents Associations Mississauga

Mississauga Residents Association Network
Liaison with the Condo Owners Association Mississauga 

The COA offers you a FREE posting service of your website

 

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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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

COA Provincial Divisions

Note:  Each COA Division has a Ward to embrace the Political structure of our Municipal, Provincial and Federal Level of Government.

This system provides COA to advocate for Condo Owners and provide a positive approach to balance and support for a "Better Condo Act and Condo Community.  Let's help COA to build and create a strong Association to stand up for "your Rights"    No different from the Teachers Association and all advocate Associations. 

 
There are so many condominiums in Ontario.  They range from low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise condo buildings, then there are different styles of townhouse in the residential market.  There are also commercial and industrial condominiums. 


The COA is your voice and why do you need a voice?   Condominiums operate under the guidelines of the Provincial Legislation called the Condominium Act.   As you know, you have a Board of Directors who run the affairs of the corporation through their Property Manager.  The Board has to follow the Condominium Act which is overseen by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.

It is not easy for individuals to deal directly with Government but there is strength in numbers.  The more Condo Owners who register with the Condo Owners Association, the more ability the Association has to advocate for stronger protection and to ensure that your rights are being addressed.  It is similar to the Teachers Association or any other non Profit Association.  The key thing to understand that without the COA how will changes be implemented. 

COA Ontario needs to be informed about Condominiums in each city, therefore we have designed several Divisions and we hope to have more and more volunteerism as we continue to grow.  If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the volunteerism form and email it to our office.    

 


Benefits of COA Divisions under COA Ontario  

Structure allows interaction with MPP's, Local Mayor sand Councillors and City Staff on municipal regulatory relating to condominiums
Provides representation for Condo Owners on numerous stakeholder and expert groups



Benefits of COA Divisions having Districts

Structure allows interaction with every Riding and Ward within a Division
Creates a close working relationship with local MPP, Mayor and City Staff on municipal regulatory relating to condominiums
Ensures representation for Condo Owners on numerous stakeholder and expert groups



Example   COA Toronto - is a Division of COA Ontario

Toronto is the fastest growing condominium community in Ontario
Has 44 Political Ridings which are the COA Districts
Example:  1 District is Trinity Spadina District which is Ward 19 and Ward 20
Trinity-spadina - Ward 20 has over 70,000 condominium owners since 2012
Click to view: 44 Wards and 12 Political Ridings 

Be an Ambassador of your Condo Building

Ambassador for your Condo Building?

If  you would like to make changes in your building, please consider becoming a COA  "Ambassador" of your building.  We have identified that every Condominium needs an Ambassador to work together with the COA.  There is too much going on behind the scenes in the Condo Buildings with Board of Directors and Property Management.  Owners are still being misrepresented and/or ignored.  Condo Annual General Meetings are still a horror movie, but who are the Villains? Sadly, too often it is the Villains winning the Game and the losers are the Condo Owners.

Condo Owners are easily mislead as they try to surf through these takeovers.  Who can they trust? 

One of the key problems are Proxies!   Proxies should not be controlled by Property Manager or the Board of Directors.   The COA has recommended "Electronic Voting"  of Board Members to the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.  Proxies are the #1 problem in Condominiums because proxies are being forged and manipulated!   The Power lies behind the closed doors of Property Management Office so how can a Condo Owner or even a legitimate Board Member compete?  They can't it is that simple, it cannot be done.   If your building has signs of distress you must realize you have to step out of the building for an opinion unless there is hard core evidence of wrong doing.  Even then take the evidence and step out of the building. 

The only solution to this problem is to have a COA Ambassador in each Condo Building!    Contact COA


 

Associations are Important

Support your Condo Owners Association representing Condo Owners and Buyers. 

There are various Association representation different sectors.  Each and every one are extremely important.  Below is a list of some of the Associations and whom they represent.  

Condo Owners Association (COA)

......represents Condo Owners and Condo Buyers

Ontario Medical Association (OMA)

......represents our Medical Profession

Ontario Teachers Federation (OTF)

......represents our Teachers

Police Association of Ontario (PAO)

......represents our Police Officers  

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Working Together

COA Ontario Supporting awareness for our Non Profits and Charities Organizations / Associations. 

The Condo Owners Association says "Kudos to the Volunteers and the grass roots of Volunteerism"

 

We have links to various Organizations and Association relating to:

CAN FUND Canadian Athletes

Children Kiwanis Club

Earth Day

Rain Barrel

Resident Associations

 

The Condo Owners Association recognizes how Charitable Organizations and Non Profit Associations play an important role in everyone’s lives






Children


Believe in Kids - Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls clubs

Darling Home for Kids www.darlinghomeforkids.ca

Sleeping Children Around the World www.scaw.org






HealthALS Society of Canada www.als.ca

Alzheimer Society of Canada http://www.alzheimer.ca/en

Autism Canada  www.autismcanada.org

Breast Cancer www.bcsc.ca

Canadian Cancer Society www.cancer.ca

Halton Trauma Centre http://www.haltontraumacentre.ca/index.php

Heart and Stroke Foundation www.heartandstroke.com

Hospice of Peel www.hearthousehospice.com

Movember http://ca.movember.com/about/funding-overview/

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada www.mssociety.ca

Oakville Trafalgar Hospital www.haltonhealthcare.com

Prostrate Cancer Canada  www.prostratecancer.ca

Road Hockey for Cancer http://www.teamuptoconquercancer.ca

Sîan Bradwell Fund For Children With Cancer   www.sianbradwell.com

Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada  http://www.tourette.ca

Trillium Health Centre Foundation www.trilliumhealthcentre.org

Wellspring www.wellspring.ca


Prostrate Cancer Canada  www.prostratecancer.ca




CHARITIES United Way Oakville   http://www.uwoakville.org

United Way Mississauga   http://www.unitedwaypeel.org

United Way   http://www.unitedway.ca





NON PROFITS

Mississauga Heritage Society http://www.heritagemississauga.com/index.php

Look Good Feel Better https://www.lgfb.ca

Armagh http://armaghhouse.ca

Women’s Shelter Gift Basket Campaign http://www.annualbasketdrive.ca

Freedom Walk http://www.forfreedomsake.myevent.com/participant/20397

The Compass www.thecompass.ca

Ian Anderson House www.ianandersonhouse.com

Robert Land Academy www.rla.ca 



 

Feel Free to contact the Condo Owners Association to have your non profit Association and/or Organization listed on our website with our compliments. 

 

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