Topic: Breaking Down Barriers: Understanding your Condominium’s Accessibility Obligations
Our panel of experts reviewed the requirements under the Ontario Building Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), to give you the information you need to ensure that your condominium is barrier-free. Topics included what you need to know when carrying out repair or renovation work, what to do when your condo receives an accessibility accommodation request, and what the Human Rights Code implications and requirements are when dealing with requests.
Moderator: Gail Cote, RCM, Property Management Guild Inc.
Gail Cote is a Condominium Manager at Property Management Guild. She enjoys providing professional Property Management services to her clients since 1999 and has achieved her RCM designation. Gail enjoys participating on the CCI-GHC Board of Directors as well as actively volunteering on the CCI-GHC Professional Business Partners and Communication Committees. Gail has participated as a speaker at CCI events including the CCI-GHC Annual Conference, as well as having written articles for the Condo News publication.
Stephanie Sutherland, Lawyer, LCCI, Cohen Highley LLP
Stephanie Sutherland is a condominium lawyer with Cohen Highley LLP, working with condominium corporations, property managers, Boards, and unit owners. Stephanie sits on the CCI-GHC Board, as well as the CCI-GHC Conference and Professional & Business Partners Committees, the GRC Education Committee, and the CCI-N Resource Content Committee. She is a frequent speaker at CCI events and authors articles for condo publications. She obtained the (former) ACCI designation in 2015, and the LCCI designation in 2022.
Kevin Shaw, Principal, Cion – Engineers & Building Scientists
As Principal, Kevin is responsible for all operational aspects of the firm’s building science services to their commercial and residential clients. Kevin has over 20 years of experience in building evaluation and rehabilitation. His areas of focus include business development, client liaison, project proposals, staff procurement and development, project management and review. Areas of specialty include failure investigations pertaining to the building envelope and structural components of buildings, design and project management of building rehabilitation projects, performance audits and reserve fund studies.
Jordan Vandervelde, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., Principal at Edison Engineers
Jordan is a Project Principal at Edison Engineers that is responsible for building assessments, development of repair strategies, and management of their implementation. Jordan leverages his years of hands-on contracting experience with his structural design and restoration expertise to effectively blend theory with practicality to produce exceptional results. He supports the Edison team across the GTA to help deliver Structural Restoration and Building Envelope repair projects. He also provides invaluable support to Reserve Fund Study development, Capital Plans and Performance Audit Resolutions.
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Table Top Display
- $45 – CCI Member
- $75 – Non Member
- $250 – Table Top Display (Includes 1 table and 1 complimentary attendee)
- $350 – Reserved Luncheon Table of 8 (Includes one reserved table for luncheon and 8 luncheon tickets)
- $500 – Table Top Display & Reserved Luncheon Table of 8
(Includes 1 table top display, 1 complimentary attendee, one reserved table for luncheon and 8 luncheon tickets)
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Canadian Condominium Institute, Golden Horseshoe Chapter, Box 37, Burlington, Ontario L7R 3X8