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Refinancing for future success

Posted by on Feb 2017 in All Stories, Features, Slider | 0 comments

The federal government has committed $150 million over four years towards loan pre-payment flexibility for certain housing programs. Learn how St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre, a section 26/27 non-profit housing provider, applied to pay out the remainder of their mortgage held by CMHC without penalty through this investment

Sponsored: Saying “no” to workplace harassment

Posted by on Dec 2016 in All Stories | 0 comments

Usually, when someone crosses the line at work, you’ll know it. But it can be difficult to know when exactly it becomes something more serious, such as harassment. Hear from ONPHA’s benefits partner Morneau Shepell on how to make the distinction, and what to do when you experience or witness workplace harassment.

Member support question: Seniors only buildings

Posted by on Dec 2016 in All Stories, Member Support | 0 comments

My building is a seniors’ building. I received a request from a market rent tenant to have her son and daughter-in-law, who are in their 40s, move in to the unit. I told them this wasn’t possible but now they have given me a doctor’s note and requested an accommodation. Am I obligated to allow the son to move in?

“Passive house” in Ottawa creates “active” call to action

Posted by on Dec 2016 in All Stories, Features, Slider | 0 comments

ONPHA member Ottawa Salus opened its Salus Clementine development in October 2016. It is the first commercial multi-unit residence to receive “passive house” pre-certification – the most energy-efficient building that conforms to the strictest environmental construction standard in the world. See why Ottawa Salus took on such a large-scale green project.

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