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The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, has released A Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Term, which outlines the province’s gradual approach to lifting remaining public health and workplace safety measures by March 2022.
Ontario Making it Easier and More Convenient to Show Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
Organizations must attempt to balance the rights of people who have not been vaccinated due to a Code-protected ground, such as disability, while ensuring individual and collective rights to health and safety.
Earlier this year, the CMRAO became aware of fraud charges laid against a condominium manager in connection with alleged financial losses exceeding $500,000 suffered by several condominium corporations in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.
After the CMRAO concluded an investigation related to unlicensed practice at a condominium corporation in Toronto, the following persons were convicted for offences related to unlicensed practice under the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015
Today the government released the regulations and guidance for businesses and organizations to support them in implementing proof of vaccination requirements, which take effect on September 22, 2021. Requiring proof of vaccination will help increase vaccination rates, protect individuals in higher-risk indoor settings, and keep businesses open.
Beginning September 22, 2021, Ontario will require proof of vaccination focused on indoor public settings. All Ontarians who registered their vaccines are encouraged to download their vaccine receipt as proof of their vaccine status until an enhanced vaccine certificate with a QR code is available.
Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine certificate program will apply to condos that opt-in
A condominium building in downtown Toronto has informed its residents they will now need to prove they are vaccinated against COVID-19 to use its amenities — a move a lawyer warns could be challenged in court.
Out of an abundance of caution, Ontario is pausing its exit from the Roadmap to Reopen. The province will continue to monitor the data to determine when it is safe to exit the Roadmap.