You’ve registered for the 2018 ONPHA Conference and now comes the fun part – mapping out your weekend. Don’t forget to pencil in these seven must-attend events.
Read on for an overview of some of the most relevant changes for non-profit housing employers.
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Community housing providers find themselves in an exciting time of historic government investment in our sector. At the same time, we are also facing the challenges of end of operating agreements/mortgages and heightened expectations and requirements from funders. Now more than ever we will need sound financial oversight.
We are a non-profit housing provider, are we required to use the Ministry of Housing’s new standard lease after April 30?
The use of recreational and medical cannabis has raised a number of questions for non-profit housing providers. To help clear up some of the confusion, we’re answering your most common questions on this issue.
Question: A bedbug infestation has taken place in one of our units. The unit is overcrowded with the tenant’s belongings, and we have been told by the exterminator that pest control treatment cannot be completed unless a significant amount is cleared out. The tenant will not cooperate in emptying their unit. As a landlord, do I have authority to remove contents from the unit?
The use of recreational and medical cannabis is a hot topic in Ontario right now, and it has raised a number of questions for non-profit housing providers. To help clear up some of the confusion, we’re answering your most common questions on the issue.
It’s awards season again, and ONPHA’s 2018 Awards program is now accepting nominations. To kick things off...
With all that’s happened in the affordable housing sector over the past year, it seems like community...