Date and Time: Apr 28, 2022 8:00 am to Apr 28, 2022 4:00 pm
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
PM Springfest Returns In Person April 28, 2022
EXCLUSIVELY FOR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS
We’re thrilled to announce the return of PM Springfest to Toronto! For the first time in two years, property management professionals of all types of buildings will reconnect face-to-face.
So much has changed from then to now. Don’t miss this online and onsite opportunity to equip yourself with new information and technologies to better position and optimize your buildings as well as expand your professional network.
Apply before Friday, April 8 to reserve your spot. You can look forward to a safe and secure event as we follow official government guidance, venue regulations and Informa’s AllSecure Standards. Access is limited to qualifying property managers, building owners, developers, facility managers, and plant engineers, multi-residential board of directors, building operations and maintenance staff. If you are interested in exhibiting or showcasing your company, please contact Ben.Carson@informa.com
FRPO Spring Social
Date and Time: Apr 28, 2022 3:00pm to Apr 28, 2022 6:00pm
Location: Kelly's Landing
FRPO is pleased to announce that after a two year hiatus, the annual Spring Social is back! This is a complimentary networking event for FRPO members only, and will be held at Kelly’s Landing immediately following PM Springfest on April 28th. Thank you to Wyse Meter Solutions. for their kind support of this year’s social. We hope you can join us and can’t wait to see you
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Thursday, April 28th
123 Front Street West, Toronto
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SPACE IS LIMITED AND ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Please use your FRPO credentials to log in and register for this event. If you do not have a login, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain one. Thank you
Spring Hope Food Drive
Date and Time: Apr 1, 2022 12:00am to Apr 30, 2022 12:00am
The Annual Spring Hope Food Drive is back for 2022 and unfortunately the need has never been higher. As more and more Canadians face food insecurity and financially challenging times, it is important that our industry finds meaningful ways to support those in our communities. This year’s food drive will once again be run in conjunction with our regional association partners; including Greater Toronto Apartment Association, London Property Management Association, Eastern Ontario Landlord Organization and Hamilton and District Apartment Association.
In light of the global pandemic, there are some changes this year. Each association will be running their initiative in the manner that works best in their region and with the advice of their local food bank. Many food banks are reporting that they have limited resources for pickups and would prefer monetary donations as it allow them to purchase specific items with more buying power. Please contact your regional coordinators for full details.
Greater Toronto Apartment Association
Areas: Toronto, Mississauga, Peel and Durham
Details: GTAA will be conducted a fundraising initiative this year to support North York Harvest, Mississauga Food Bank and Daily Bread throughout the month of April
London Property Management Association
Details: LPMA will utilize volunteers to collect food donations in participating buildings on the evening of April 27th. This will benefit the London Food Bank. Members may also make a monetary donation by contacting the LPMA office.
Eastern Ontario Landlord Organization
Hamilton & District Apartment Association
Area: Hamilton, Burlington & Oakville
Please note that FRPO will not be coordinating any pickups or donations this year given the large catchment areas. We encourage our members to participate in this initiative and to utilize a format that works for your communities. If you wish to collect food donations, please contact your local food bank to arrange pickup or drop off. You may wish to provide the food bank donation link to your residents that wish to donate directly. Members may also consider a corporate donation to your local food bank or Feed Ontario to assist during these difficult times.
If you wish to coordinate this initiative in an area outside of the above locations, you may reach out to Lynzi Michal at email@example.com who can provide you with the electronic poster template. Thank you for your support of this event. Together we can make a difference.
2022 Residential Tenancies Act Educational Sessions
Date and Time: Apr 7, 2022 9:30am to May 6, 2022 11:45am
Location: Webinar and In-Person
Managing the Legal and Practical Challenges That Are Now A Legacy of the COVID Era
This year’s sessions will be held virtually and in-person with a focus on the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on building operations, tenant services and related changes under the RTA and at the Landlord Tenant Board. Since last year’s program, landlords have been given new rights, remedies and liabilities through the September 2021 changes to the RTA.
On the other hand, with significant rent arrears and continued delays and inefficiencies at the Landlord and Tenant Board, Landlords must adapt to an increase in tenant bankruptcy proposals; extended rent arrears repayment plans; inter-tenant conflicts; and, costly strategies to secure remedies at the Board.
Our presenters will explain the legal changes that have now eliminated the need for most Small Claims Court proceedings; the legal rights and remedies for landlords when tenants file for bankruptcy or make consumer proposals; the new right to recover judgments against “former tenants”; and the new liabilities and challenges relative to renovations, capital expenditures, and AGI’s . We’ll also review new and updated LTB rules, terminating tenancies and how to secure a consent order. These educational sessions are essential learning opportunities for all rental housing professionals including on-site staff, property managers, administrative and leasing teams.
Learn from Real Life Cases
Numerous important cases involving rental housing providers work their way through the courts each year. Our sessions will look at recent case examples from the LTB and Divisional Court that have significantly affected residential tenancy law this past year.
View Seminar Brochure Here
These events will take place in two parts and your registration fee includes both sessions.
Part One Includes:
Important RTA Changes and How to Adapt
- Expansion of the LTB’s Jurisdiction: Claims for Monetary Damages, Unpaid Utilities and Rent Arrears and Damages from Former Tenants
- All the Basics when you are faced with a Bankruptcy or Consumer Proposal and how to make the most of it
- Implementing AGI increases and decreases on Orders that should have issued years ago
- COVID and the Human Rights Commission’s position on Vaccine compliance and Mask Mandates
- Building Amenities: Open or Closed? Board decisions and factors that apply
New LTB Members, New Forms, New Guidelines, New LTB Processes: Old Problems, New Solutions?
- LTB delays and the factors the Board will consider if you need to secure an expedited hearing time
- New and Updated LTB Rules, Practice Directions and Guidelines
- Agreements to terminate tenancies and how to enforce them effectively
- The Advance Resolution Form and how to secure a consent order and its enforcement
Part Two Includes:
Case Law Update
- Examples of recent Landlord Tenant Board Orders & Divisional Court Decisions
Event Dates and Registration Information
All sessions include electronic materials that will be circulated to each attendee ahead of their scheduled sessions. Each registration includes 2 sessions and registrants may choose their preferred dates when registering. Space is limited and some sessions may reach capacity.
Part 1 Session Options (Pick One)
(Webinar) April 7th 9:30 am – 11:45 am
(Webinar) April 13th 9:30 am – 11:45 am
(Webinar) April 20th 9:30 am – 11:45 am
(In-person) May 5th 9:00 am – 11:15 am
Please Note: The in-person portion of this event will take place at the Old Mill Toronto located at 21 Old Mill Road. Breakfast will NOT be served this year. Coffee and juice will be provided. The Case Law portion of this event will take place via webinar.
Part 2 Session Options (Pick One)
(Webinar) April 27th 10:00 am – 11:15 am
(Webinar) May 6th 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Please Note: All registrations are per individual. Only registered attendees will be provided access to the webinars
- Webinar Only Sessions
- FRPO Member $75 plus HST
- Non-Member $175 plus HST
- Member of a FRPO recognized regional Association $125 plus HST
- In-Person (May 5th) and Webinar (May 6th)
- FRPO Member $90 plus HST
- Non-Member $180 plus HST
- Member of a FRPO recognized regional Association $135 plus HSTRegistration fees are per individual.
Only registered attendees will be provided access to the webinars.
REGISTER ONLINE HERE
Please use your FRPO credentials to log in to access member pricing. If you do not have a login, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain one. Refunds/cancellations are not available within 7 days of events but you may transfer your registration to another individual by contacting us. All credit card refunds will incur a 5% administration fee. Session login details will be provided 24 hours prior to each event.
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CFAA Rental Housing Conference 2022
Date and Time: May 9, 2022 8:00am to May 11, 2022 5:00pm
Location: Hyatt Regency - Toronto
CFAA Rental Housing Conference is set to be back in person at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Toronto from Monday, May 9, to Wednesday, May 11.
Conference attendees will hear from Benjamin Tal, the rental housing industry’s favourite economist, as well as Ms. Romy Bowers, the President of CMHC.
The CFAA RHC will include 25 education sessions. Hear from industry leaders on various topics such as:
- Technology for marketing, leasing and building operations,
- Addressing the housing crunch and the issue of “financialization”
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- Climate change & clean energy solutions
- Human resource topics
- the Western rental markets
- Executive and Operations Roundtables
May 9 includes a Building Innovation Tour featuring Lillian Park and Novus, two exceptional rental developments, as well as the Welcome Reception. CFAA’s annual Rental Housing Awards Reception and Dinner will take place on May 10, where the awards winners from across Canada will be announced. A Suppliers Council Showcase will take place on both days on the tradeshow floor.
CFAA-RHC offers great industry knowledge and networking opportunities for everyone in the rental housing industry.
For more information, visit: www.CFAA-RHC.ca. Register today!
Annual General Meeting
Date and Time: May 19, 2022 10:00am to May 19, 2022 11:00am
Location: To Be Determined (In-person or Virtual)
FRPO will hold our Annual General Meeting this year on Thursday, May 19th. We hope to provide an in-person format for this event and final determination will be made shortly. Members will be provided further information by email. This meeting will include an overview of the past year, updates from our Chair of the Board and President, approval of the financials, appointment of auditors and election of Directors. We encourage all members in good standing to participate in this important event. All attendees must register in advance. The meeting package will be distributed by email in advance of the meeting.
Thursday, May 19th, 2022
10:00am – 11:00am
This event is open to FRPO Members in good standing only
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN CLOSER TO THIS EVENT
Please use your FRPO credentials to log in. If you do not have a login, please contact us at email@example.com to set one up. Thank you
Date and Time: Jun 22, 2022 9:00am to Jun 24, 2022 4:00pm
Location: San Diego, California
Experience the unstoppable energy of Apartmentalize, where the industry’s thought leaders, trendsetters, and innovators come together to share ideas and solutions. The Apartmentalize schedule is designed to maximize your connections with other attendees and exhibitors. With interactive sponsored activities, the NAA Exposition and structured networking sessions, Apartmentalize provides countless opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with the best in the industry.
Innovative learning formats and open spaces that foster knowledge exchanges allow you to align your own education to your personal learning level, need and interests. As you design your own education experience with your professional objectives in mind, you will be able to challenge yourself to explore and find fun in your learning.
2022 FRPO Charity Golf Classic
Date and Time: Jul 18, 2022 8:30am to Jul 18, 2022 7:00pm
Location: The Country Club - Woodbridge
We are pleased to announce that the 2022 FRPO Charity Golf Classic will take place on Monday, July 18th at the Country Club located in Woodbridge. This event will support our charitable partner; Interval House. Stay tuned for more details. Registration will open in Spring 2022.
9:00am Shotgun Start
Venue: The Country Club
20 Lloyd Street, Woodbridge
Canadian Apartment Investment Conference
Date and Time: Sep 20, 2022 10:00am to Sep 20, 2022 2:30pm
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Year over Year, the Canadian Apartment Investment Conference brings together owners, managers, developers, investors and lenders to provide valuable insights into the multi-unit residential market. The 2021 virtual Conference brought together those interested in learning about major trends, issues, opportunities, and strategies in Canada’s multi-unit residential market.
The Canadian Apartment Investment Conference is organized by the producers of The Real Estate Forums, in conjunction with a steering committee of apartment owners, lenders, brokers, and valuators. Stay tuned for more information about the 2022 Canadian Apartment Investment Conference.
2022 MAC Awards Gala
Date and Time: Dec 1, 2022 5:00pm to Dec 1, 2022 9:00pm
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
The MAC Awards is the most important annual event for our members and recognizes the leaders in Ontario’s vibrant rental housing industry. These prestigious awards highlight excellence in a variety of categories including customer service, construction, sustainability, marketing and personnel. Find out more about these awards by visiting www.frpomacawards.com
This year’s Awards Gala will take place on Thursday, December 1st in conjunction with the Buildings Show. More information about this event will be provided this summer/fall. We can’t wait to see everyone back in person to celebrate the ‘best in the business’ this December.
The Buildings Show
Date and Time: Nov 30, 2022 8:00am to Dec 2, 2022 4:00pm
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Supported by TCA, BOMA, BILD, Concrete Ontario and CABA, The Buildings Show, comprised of Construct Canada, PM Expo, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and World of Concrete Toronto Pavilion, is back in-person from Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2022. For over 30 years, The Buildings Show has provided a unique platform for the industry to see first-hand a complete overview of the built environment.
The health and safety of attendees, speakers, exhibitors and partners is top priority. We will continue to closely monitor the situation around COVID-19 and will update you across our channels.
SAVE THE DATE! Join us on February 22nd as CMHC shares their key findings from its October 2022 Rental Market Survey for the Greater Toronto Area. Trends in other major Ontario centres will also be discussed. The presentation will conclude with an outlook of where rental markets are headed in 2023 and beyond. This event will take place in-person at Parkview Manor and is open to FRPO and GTAA members.
February 22nd 8:00 am - 10:30 am
Registration includes full breakfast
Location: Parkview Manor, 55 Barber Greene Road, North York
Cost: $80 per person plus HST
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