News happens fast these days. Hour-by-hour, day-by-day, the coronavirus epidemic alters how governments and the sector acts. Read on to catch up on news you may have missed.Read More
Spring has officially arrived, and this particular spring comes with a unique set of challenges. Many community housing providers are finding it difficult to maintain services due to reduced staff availability and the need to work under the constraints of social distancing protocols.
Read on to learn about some of the important tasks you may be able to get started on, even with reduced staffing.
Across Canada, the COVID-19 pandemic is seeing most non-essential personnel work from home where possible. Those who are used to working from home occasionally will find that switching over to full-time remote work requires some adjustment. Read on to get tips for working remotely.Read More
We have few opportunities to influence how government and developers operate. However, community consultations offer a chance to make a direct impact on property development in our communities. Find out more about how to prepare for and get involved in community consultations.Read More
So your organization is finally on Twitter. Great! You’re now plugged in to one of the largest social networking platforms in the world, with limitless opportunities to build awareness and new connections. Now what?Read More
I am having an issue with odours coming from a unit in the building I manage. The smell of cat urine is extremely pervasive even in the hallway outside this unit – it’s overpowering even when you’re just walking past. I am keen to respect the tenant’s rights, but I have received numerous complaints from others about the odour.Read More