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About the author: Lauren Sorbara
A born and raised Guelphite who through her work on the RLB Condo Team over the last decade has discovered a passion for educating those living and working within condominium communities. As a member of the Canadian Condominium Institute - Grand River Chapter she has had the opportunity to discuss condominium finances at several courses and conferences and regularly presents audited financial statements at our clients Annual General Meetings. In her time off she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring vegetarian cooking and gardening.

Who’s responsible for preparing your condominiums financial statements?

Who’s responsible for preparing your condominiums financial statements?
September 24, 2021

Most condominium corporations in Ontario have an audit completed annually and the resulting financial statements are provided to owners, typically, in the Notice of Annual General Meeting.

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It’s time to file your annual CAO return!

It’s time to file your annual CAO return!
February 26, 2019

All condo corporations in Ontario are legally required to file annual returns with the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO). Make sure you are prepared to file your return. Read our blog post about frequently asked questions regarding CAO returns:

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What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 3)

What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 3)
May 18, 2018

What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 2)

What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 2)
March 12, 2018

Annual Information Returns

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What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 1)

What are the Changes to the Condominium Act? (Part 1)
February 15, 2018

Bill 106 is an act to amend the Condominium Act of Ontario, 1998, to enact other Acts with respect to Condominiums (i.e. New Home Warranties Plan Act) and the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015. Along with Bill 106, the Ontario Government created two new administrative authorities called the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) and the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO).

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