Upcoming Events: Winter 2019

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The post-holiday / winter blahs usually peak around now. Why not get out and socialize with some like-minded people? Meet some new people. Share a few laughs. And learn some tips from the experts. There are plenty of great events coming up this winter. Here are the highlights:

January 2019

23rd – CCI-Eastern Ontario’s Lawyers, Guns and Money in Ottawa. If the title of this event isn’t enough to entice you, I don’t know what is! The presenters will review some of past year’s most important court decisions.

24th – CCI-Huronia’s Introduction to Condos Course in Barrie will provide basic (but important) information to directors and owners.

26th – CCI-GHC’s Beyond Mediation – Condominium Conflict Management in Burlington. I will be speaking with two of the leading condo mediators – Colm Brannigan and Marc Bhalla. This is a level 300 so space is limited. Sign up now to avoid disappointment.

29th – CCI-London’s Lunch & Learn on the Mysteries of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT). Do you have questions about the CAT? This is the session for you!

February 2019

8th – CCI-GRC’s Professional Partners Lunch & Learn on Preventative Maintenance in Kitchener. This annual event includes over an hour of presentations as well as plenty of time for networking with the trades and professionals in attendance.

12th – CCI-London’s Seminar on Budgets. This course is designed to help condos prepare budgets and will include a discussion of related issues, like reserve fund contributions.

13th – CCI-GHC’s Introduction to Condominiums in Stoney Creek. This session will provide a basic overview of condominiums, property management, director responsibilities and financial issues.

March 2019

1st – CCI-GHC’s Lunch & Learn series. No details are available so you’ll have to check back for further information.

12th – CCI-London’s Climate Change: It’s Impact on Condominiums seminar. Details are not yet available, but this sounds like it could be an interesting session so stay tuned for more information!