Condominium Management
Regulatory Authority of Ontario

Newsroom

The CMRAO Newsroom offers news and updates about the CMRAO's services and activities, as well as messages from the Chair of the Board and the CEO/Registrar.

Reverifying Your Account Before Renewing Your CMRAO Licence

With the start of the 2021–22 licence renewal period, many licensees may be logging into their CMRAO account for the first time in several months. As a result, some people…

Extension of Temporary Legislative Amendments Related to Virtual Meetings

The CMRAO continues to receive and respond to a variety of questions from the condominium management sector regarding board meetings, annual general meetings (AGMs), requisitioned meetings, and use of common…

Condo Residents Working from Home – What to Say When Asked for Advice

The CMRAO has received inquiries about how condominium managers should respond to residents who want guidance on claiming work-from-home expenses on their 2020 income tax returns. With the ongoing pandemic…

New CMRAO Education Requirements

Effective November 1, 2021, the authority for setting education requirements will be transferred to the Registrar of the CMRAO. To prepare for this important transition, the CMRAO has developed a…

CMRAO Mandate and the Complaints Process

The CMRAO works in the public interest to build trust in condominium management services across Ontario. Handling complaints is an important part of our consumer protection mandate to promote ethical…

Using Your CMRAO Licence Designation

The CMRAO recently announced three professional designations that condominium managers and management provider businesses can use to represent their CMRAO licence. Before this announcement, some licensees either adopted the CMRAO logo or used…

Representing Your CMRAO Licence

We receive many questions from licensees. Here is one that we see often. “Has the CMRAO decided on a designation that you want licensed managers to use, for example, General…

Designations for CMRAO Licensees

In response to inquiries from the sector related to the use of a specific CMRAO licence designation, on March 23, 2020, the CMRAO’s Board of Directors adopted a resolution to…

New Competency Profile for Condominium Managers in Ontario

Effective November 1, 2021, the authority for setting education requirements will be transferred from the Minister of Government and Consumer Services to the Registrar of the CMRAO. To prepare for…