View Online | Sign Up | Archives | Opt-in to Continue Receiving E-News | Resource Guide May 28, 2019
YARDI.CND Resident Screening 728x90.CAM.q2.png
When fentanyl hits home

Fentanyl is an incredibly powerful synthetic opioid analgesic used as an anesthetic and for the treatment of chronic pain. According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety, fentanyl is 100 times more powerful than morphine, 50 times more toxic than heroin, and 20 to 40 times more potent than heroin, all of which means the risk of an overdose is extremely high. The RCMP states that two milligrams of pure fentanyl—about the size of four grains of salt—can kill the average adult.

So why is fentanyl a topic of discussion in a rental apartment magazine?


Headline News
»Investor interest in rental properties remains high
»Invesque to acquire Commonwealth Senior Living
»Allied acquires properties in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver
Effective Human Resources Management
Membership in the Certified Rental Building Program (CRBP) is an effective means of maintaining a high standard of quality when managing your building or working with residents (tenants).  »READ MORE
»Manitoba launches new eviction fact sheet for landlords
»Canada invests in deep energy retrofits at Edmonton residence
»Rick Hansen Foundation launches “Everyone Everywhere” campaign, expands facility certification

H&S Building Supplies Ltd. is one of Ontario's premier maintenance supply wholesalers. We specialize in the multi-unit residential space; providing quality products, competitive prices, on-time delivery, and product knowledge second to none. We exist to service & supply the property management industry.

Global adjustment status quo foreseen into 2020
Commercial landlords have been left off the stakeholder list for Ontario’s in-progress consultation on industrial electricity prices, but any resulting overhaul of hydro rates is expected to flow through to the operating costs of a broad range of non-residential buildings. »READ MORE
New rules could help dislodge drug dealers

Proposed amendments to Ontario’s Cannabis Control Act could bolster efforts to dislodge drug dealers from residential buildings. To date, police have not had the authority to immediately shut down and eject occupants of dwelling units where unlicensed cannabis sales/distribution occurs or where people younger than 19 use, sell/distribute or cultivate cannabis. That’s set to change as part of Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, introduced in the Ontario legislature on May 2. »READ MORE

MediaEdge Communications, Inc., 5255 Yonge St., Suite 1000, Toronto, ON M2N 6P4 | email:
Click here to unsubscribe or change your preferences.