Ontario’s Condominium Act Review is a three-stage public engagement process aimed at modernizing the Condominium Act, 1998.
At each stage of the review, condo owners, residents, and other interested groups identify issues and give recommendations to help ensure the Condominium Act reflects current and future needs.
In stage 1 the public was asked to bring issues and ideas to the table.
In stage 2, people with expertise in condominium issues, including condo residents, reviewed findings from stage 1 and developed a report of over 100 recommendations on how these issues can be resolved. More than 1,000 people submitted feedback on the report.
The review is now in stage 3. At this stage, roundtable sessions will take place across Ontario. They will provide condo residents a chance to discuss the recommendations from stage 2.
The government will review the feedback gathered at these roundtables as well as the public’s comments on the solutions report. We will use this feedback when drafting a new Condominium Act.
At any time during the review you can:
* Note: You are welcome, but not required, to provide your contact information on your comments or submission. Any personal information you provide will only be used for the purpose of reviewing the Condominium Act. This may involve disclosing materials or comments, or summaries of them, to other interested parties during and after the review.
Unless you have indicated otherwise, all submissions will be available to the public upon request. However, any personal information in your submission will not be disclosed, unless required by law. If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information, please contact the Manager, Condominium Modernization Project, at 416-326-8863 or by email at email@example.com.