It’s the first big event of the early fall and you should plan on attending. For the second year in a row, CAI Canada is presenting a virtual education conference and exhibition on September 23 and 24 – V-Condo 2021–Supporting Communities in 2021 and Beyond! This is an excellent opportunity for managers, directors, professionals and others in the condominium industry to learn and share with one another in a virtual environment.
The sessions and speakers for this year’s virtual conference are exceptional. A great deal of thought has been put into the all-encompassing educational program. There is a topic – or three – for all interests.
You can learn about How to Deal with Hoarding in Your Community; and How to Give Your Condo a Security Program “Health Check.”
If you have a focus on government and regulatory authorities why not check out What’s new at the CAO & CAT: 2021 Edition.
Do you want to know more about meetings? You should attend The Future of AGMs: Virtual, Hybrid and Beyond.
Other important sessions will cover Vaccines and Enforcing Policies; Borrowing by Condominium Corporations; A Corporation’s Duty to Accommodate and much more.
Finally, you won’t want to miss the keynote speaker Matthys Levy, an author, lecturer and structural design engineer who will address the deadly Florida condominium collapse. Reinforcing the seriousness of this story, two full sessions will also address the condo collapse: A National Look at Capital Repair/Maintenance Obligations: Lessons Learned from the Florida Collapse and Lessons Learned from Champlain Towers South.
We’re a Virtual Exhibitor – Visit Our Booth
There will be time to visit our virtual booth, and those of other exhibitors, on both days. The team at Lash Condo Law looks forward to speaking with you. No socks this year but there will be prizes!
If you want to participate but just don’t have an extra $75 to spare, we still want you to attend. We are offering complimentary attendance for the first 25 people reaching out to us. Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Act fast!
For more information about the conference and to register, click here.