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CAO Announces Expansion Of The Condominium Authority Tribunal And The Launch Of Another Digital First!

Following the government’s amendments to Ontario Regulation 179/17, under the Condominium Act, 1998, effective October 1, 2020, the CAO’s Condominium Authority Tribunal can now receive applications for more dispute types. In addition to the current records-related disputes, owners, mortgagees, and condo corporations can now file applications with the CAT for disputes about provisions in the corporation’s governing

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Hollister Biosciences Retains Renmark Financial Communications Inc.

“We are pleased to announce that we have selected Renmark to reinforce Hollister’s profile in the financial community and enhance the visibility of our company. We chose Renmark because its standards and methodologies fit best with the message we wish to communicate to the investing public,” noted Alex Somjen, President of Hollister.  In consideration of

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Affordable Apartments Planned For Harambee Area Take Steps Forward, Including A Proposed Site Purchase

A 57-unit apartment development planned for Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood is proceeding. (Photo: City of Milwaukee) An affordable apartment development planned for Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood is taking steps to proceed, including a proposed site purchase. A new investment group, Five Points MLK EDC LLC, would buy several vacant lots from the city for $25,000, under a new proposal

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Nominations Sought For Best And Worst In San Diego Architecture

College Maintenance and Operations Facility was the 2019 Orchid winner. Courtesy photo The San Diego Architectural Foundation this month invited the public and design industry professionals to nominate the best and worst of San Diego’s architecture in the run up to the 44th annual Orchids & Onions awards ceremony. Support Times of San Diego’s growth

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The Walker Art Center Officially Cuts Ties With Minneapolis Police—will More Museums Follow Suit?

As protests continue across the country, cities are being forced to grapple with the realities of police violence and systemic racism. As part of that examination, some organizations are taking a closer look at their relationship with local police departments. On Wednesday, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis became the first major museum to cut

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