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Public meeting for condominium slated for north Oshawa

<www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=http://oshawaexpress.ca/public-me eting-for-condominium-slated-for-north-oshawa/&ct=ga&cd=CAEYACoUMTM2MTM4Nzgy NTA4MjQ3MjY1NzIyGWVkMWM5YTkwMzM2NzMxYmI6Y2E6ZW46Q0E&usg=AFQjCNHFIU1lxIB30E_n uA8iYP1LNGGQvQ> Public meeting for condominium slated for north Oshawa
Oshawa Express
A public meeting will be held about a plan to build a condominium at Shankel and Townline Roads in the north end of Oshawa. An application for ...

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Oshawa Housing Market Rebounds as Sales Soar 66% in June

<www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://torontostoreys.com/oshawa -real-estate-covid-19-remax/&ct=ga&cd=CAEYACoUMTE4MzY1NTEyNzIyODE1MzM2ODAyGW VkMWM5YTkwMzM2NzMxYmI6Y2E6ZW46Q0E&usg=AFQjCNHlQkmL4DZCzabkD_5NOU01rLWXzw> Oshawa Housing Market Rebounds as Sales Soar 66% in June
Toronto Storeys
Located just under an hour east of Toronto you’ll find Oshawa: the largest community in the Durham Region and a major contributor to the Southern …

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Oshawa sets building record in June for industrial permit

<www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://canada.constructconnect.c om/dcn/news/economic/2020/08/oshawa-sets-building-record-in-june-for-industr ial-permits-2&ct=ga&cd=CAEYACoUMTA1MjEyMjgzMzYxOTM1NTczNTEyGWVkMWM5YTkwMzM2N zMxYmI6Y2E6ZW46Q0E&usg=AFQjCNE15b3nWtGxZFUpUX4Jp7Qm-i1T-g> Oshawa sets building record in June for industrial permit
Daily Commercial News
In addition, year-to-date construction value issued in Oshawa has already exceeded 2019’s total construction value by $8 million. Four major projects …

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Parkland eyes investment at Port of Oshawa

<www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://canada.constructconnect.c om/dcn/news/projects/2020/08/parkland-eyes-investment-at-port-of-oshawa&ct=g a&cd=CAEYACoTMzAxMjEzNTI2MjE4NTk1MzcwNjIZZWQxYzlhOTAzMzY3MzFiYjpjYTplbjpDQQ& usg=AFQjCNGCZ2pvOHTyMlMES6yFEti5DVCccg> Parkland eyes investment at Port of Oshawa
Daily Commercial News
OSHAWA, ONT. – The Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority has announced that Parkland Corporation has signed an agreement that could lead to …

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Oshawa sets another building record in June

<www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://oshawaexpress.ca/oshawa-s ets-another-building-record-in-june/&ct=ga&cd=CAEYASoTNzI1NTUyMzg0OTU2MTYxOT Q0NjIZZWQxYzlhOTAzMzY3MzFiYjpjYTplbjpDQQ&usg=AFQjCNGEm1jcMfIJGLmlrwsvSSlT_RG 4XA> Oshawa sets another building record in June
Oshawa Express
– CSPAC Industrial Thornton & Wentworth – new industrial (883 Thornton Rd. S.) total value of $49,100,400. – Oshawa South Self Storage Limited …

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Landlord and Tenant Bill Passes

Landlord and Tenant Bill Passes

The Ontario government has passed <list.trebnet.com:81/t/30170/3726721/2132/1/> Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 into law as a way to provide stability to the province’s rental market by increasing fines for unlawful evictions, and reinforcing the necessity for landlords to explore repayment agreements before considering evictions.
The changes would apply retroactively to March 17, 2020, when the province first declared a state of emergency over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Easier to Resolve Disputes
The government believes that the legislation, which updates the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 and Housing Services Act, 2011, will make it easier to resolve disputes while protecting tenants from unlawful evictions by:
* Requiring tenant compensation of one month’s rent for “no fault” evictions; * Allowing the Landlord and Tenant Board to order up to 12 months’ rent in compensation for eviction notices issued in bad faith or where the landlord does not allow the tenant to move back in after renovations or repairs; and * Doubling the maximum fine amounts for offences under the Act to $50,000 for an individual and $250,000 for a corporation.
Streamline Dispute Resolution Process
The government also feels that the changes will modernize and streamline the dispute resolution processes at the Landlord and Tenant Board, and encourage the use of alternatives to formal hearings to resolve certain issues and encourage negotiated settlements. The Landlord and Tenant Board must now consider whether a landlord tried to negotiate a repayment agreement with a tenant before it can issue an eviction order for non-payment of rent related to COVID-19.
Certain disputes, such as those related to unpaid utility bills, will shift from Small Claims Court to the Board.

For the provincial new release, please read here <list.trebnet.com:81/t/30170/3726721/2133/2/> .
Residential Eviction Ban to End
In a related matter, the province’s residential eviction ban will end when Ontario’s state of emergency legislation expires. However, Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice <list.trebnet.com:81/t/30170/3726721/2134/3/> published an amendment extending that deadline until the end of the calendar month in which the state of emergency is terminated.
Therefore, the provincial order suspending residential evictions in response to the pandemic will end on July 31, 2020.

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