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13 September 2017
Canadian municipalities issued $7.9 billion worth of building permits in July, down 3.5% from June and the first decrease since March 2017. Lower construction intentions for commercial buildings and multi-family dwellings were mainly responsible for the national decline. Seven provinces posted decreases, with the largest decline in Ontario.
01 September 2017
First of all, before meeting for the signing of the lease, you must send the regulations of the building to the tenant. To do this, you can use the APQ regulations, but make sure you have the most recent version of them. Moreover, the new version includes restrictions that concern the cultivation and smoking of marihuana. Tenants must be given enough time to review the regulations prior to signing the lease.
04 August 2017
Sometimes one begins a lease, and one has to put an end to it for different reasons in life. The tenant then has different options available to him in order to comply with his contract, namely the assignment of his lease or sublease of his dwelling, and in most cases he cannot put an end to his contract without the landlord’s authorization. There are various exceptions allowing the tenant to terminate his contract prematurely, and leaving for a seniors’ home is part of it. However, it is not a question of just any residence in any kind of situation. It must be a residential and long-term care centre, an intermediate resource service, or a private residence for seniors where nursing or personal assistance are provided in view of his health situation, or any other place of accommodation where such care or services are offered to him.
14 June 2017
Canadian municipalities issued $7.1 billion worth of building permits in April, down 0.2% from March. Lower construction intentions for single-family dwellings were mainly responsible for the national decrease. The value of building permits declined in four provinces in April, led by Ontario and Alberta.
07 June 2017
Our survey distinguishes between two types of spaces: standard and non-standard spaces. Standard spaces, also referred to as independent living, are those occupied by a resident paying market rent and who does not receive 1.5 or more hours of care per day. A non-standard space is one in which the residents are receiving at least 1.5 hours of care per day, spaces being used for respite and non-market spaces.

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