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The landlord’s guide to PIPEDA
Beginning November 1, 2018, all private businesses across Canada, from small residential landlords to large multifamily portfolio owners, will be impacted by the latest changes to PIPEDA.

PIPEDA, also known as the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, is Canada’s federal private sector privacy law that sets out the ground rules for how businesses must handle personal information in the course of their commercial activity. PIPEDA was significantly amended when The Digital Privacy Act received Royal Assent in June 2015.

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A Spotless History: Q&A with Metro Jet Wash
After 15 years in the business, Metro Jet Wash has nearly seen (and cleaned) it all. Over the years, the family-run company has grown to accommodate new challenges, collecting new insights, technologies and perspectives along the way. »READ MORE
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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.

No shortcuts to electrical safety
Fines are just one of the potential penalties for someone that is doing electrical work unsafely or illegally - the courts have also given out jail time. When hiring someone to conduct electrical work, businesses are reminded to take some important steps. »READ MORE
Assessing the impact of rent control

Since receiving Royal Assent in May of 2017, the Liberal government’s Rental Fairness Act (RFA) has been an ongoing concern for Ontario’s rental housing sector. Now, more than a year later, a shift in government has put rent control back in the spotlight with new research suggesting the hastily-formed restrictions applied by the previous government did little to ease the province’s affordability crisis. »READ MORE

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