SOURCE: Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO)

SOURCE: Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI)

October 01, 2015 10:30 ET

19th Annual Condominium Conference at Toronto Congress Centre, November 13 - 14, 2015

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 01, 2015) - Two days of educational sessions for professional condominium managers, condominium directors and other professionals working in the industry at the 19th Annual Condominium Conference, November 13 and 14, 2015 at the Toronto Congress Centre.

Discussions at the two day conference will focus on such topics as the proposed changes to Ontario's Condominium Act, insurance, manager relations and governance, all of which impact the more than 1.3 million condominium residents in Ontario.

Delegates will be updated on Case Law, health and safety issues and other concerns that face the growing condominium industry. Plus, on the morning of November 14, they'll be rejuvenated by keynote speaker Warren Macdonald who became a double amputee when he lost both legs in a freak rock fall on a remote Australian island 18 years ago. Macdonald's story is one of perseverance against death-defying odds.

ACMO and CCI are committed to improving condominium communities across Canada through education, information, awareness and access to expertise.

The annual event is a joint effort of the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and the Toronto chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI). It will feature professional development seminars and invaluable networking opportunities for condominium board members, directors and trades and service providers.

More information on the conference is available at http://www.condoconference.ca.

About ACMO
The Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario was formed in 1977 to advance the standards and professionalism of the condominium management profession in Ontario. ACMO provides training courses in Ontario colleges and approved property management companies that are required for professional condominium managers hoping to obtain the recognized professional designation Registered Condominium Manager (R.C.M.). All R.C.M. members are governed by a strict Code of Ethics.

About CCI
The Canadian Condominium Institute is an independent, non-profit organization formed in 1982 with chapters throughout Canada. It is the only national condo association dealing exclusively with condominium issues affecting all of the participants in the condominium community. CCI assists its membership in establishing and operating successful condominium corporations through education, information dissemination, workshops and technical assistance.

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