September 24, 2021 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Call for Board of Director Nominations - AGM 2021
If you enjoy working with a dynamic group of people and being of service in our condominium community please consider putting your name forward for the upcoming Board of Directors election.
September 20, 2021 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Education Program 2021/22
Our Chapter offers free educational opportunities to members. The line up for development seminars, courses and events for the upcoming program year has something for everyone. Whether you want basic information about condominiums or on more specialized topics, there is something here for you.
February 5, 2020 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Strategic Planning Survey
CCI-NS is undertaking a strategic planning session to help shape our way forward as an organization. We need your input to help this project. Please complete the survey linked below. We look forward to hearing from you!
August 3, 2016 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
General By-Law for the Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute
With changes to the Federal Not for Profit Legislation, CCI National Bylaws were updated in October of 2015.
June 24, 2013 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Fair Taxation Initiative
HRM Elections - Property Tax Reform Questionnaire - Summary of Responses
March 14, 2012 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
New Unfair Taxation Documents to Download
The current municipal taxation system is a mess, totally unfair, and getting worse! Something must be done!
October 18, 2011 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Condominium Act Amendments
Read the information regarding Bill 38.
May 6, 2010 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
Summary Strategic Plan Posted
Please note that the complete Strategic Plan can be obtained by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download the information posted here in the Summary Strategic Plan [PDF].
November 29, 2007 - CCI-Nova Scotia Chapter News
The CCI Nova Scotia Advocacy Committee Proposal to Government
The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute has, for some time, been concerned that many purchasers of residential properties, particularly condominium developments, are faced with a multitude of varying latent defects and construction deficiencies soon after the Condominium Corporation assumes control of the property.