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  • Special Report from RECBC
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  • ORGANICS DISPOSAL REMINDER: Message from City of Vancouver
    Message from City of Vancouver on Organics Disposal Ban On January 1, 2015, the City of Vancouver, along with Metro Vancouver, banned the disposal of food as garbage. This means that food scraps, such as raw foods, cooked foods, plate scrapings, leftovers, packaged food, meat and bones are no longer allowed in regular garbage and should be recycled. Under the City by-law, property owners are required to develop a plan and to manage food scraps according to that plan. The ban applies to all properties, including multi-unit residential buildings such as apartments and condominiums, as well as commercial and mixed use buildings. Learn more about the ban and how to set up a food scraps collection program at:
  • New Strata Housing Website
    Please visit the main page at and to see all the topics listed as clickable links. HELPFUL STARTING POINT The website provides basic information about certain parts of the Strata Property Act, regulations and Standard Bylaws as a helpful starting point for strata owners, residents, and strata council members. While the focus is on strata housing, strata legislation applies to all strata corporations. It is important to note that the website is not a substitute for getting legal advice; it does not provide a legal interpretation of the Strata Property Act, regulations, bylaws and rules or court cases and how the courts have interpreted the legislative framework.
  • NEW Strata Property Act Regulations
    Changes have been made to the Strata Property Act, please view and to get all the up to date information.
  • The Importance of Insurance Appraisals for your strata Corpo
    As you review the insurance on the property it is important to note that the Strata Property Act of British Columbia requires that all strata corporations obtain and maintain full replacement cost insurance on the building, the common facilities and any insurable improvements, and also review annually the adequacy of the insurance... To view the complete article Click Here