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Now, there is no need for Super Visa Insurance to be paid in full! New monthly payment option is available on a parent and grandparent super visa visitor to Canada medical insurance policy. It’s a good news!
Social Justice Tribunals Ontario (SJTO) is introducing new Common Rules of Procedure which apply to all tribunals in the SJTO, effective October 1, 2013.
If you are driving to the United States from Canada, this page info will keep you up to date on border wait times for entry into the United States. The ports of entry are listed geographically from east to west.The … Continue reading
Municipal Bylaw: Want to adopt a dog? Great! But what does the Toronto Municipal Code think about it?
Chapter 349 – ANIMALS Number of animals restricted No person shall keep in any dwelling unit more than six of any combination of dogs, cats, ferrets and rabbits. Responsibility to care for animals Every person who keeps an animal shall … Continue reading
Chapter 841 – Waste Collection, Commercial Properties The City of Toronto provides communities with information regarding the placement of their waste (garbage) – when, where and how it is to be placed at the curb side. The collection of waste … Continue reading
Municipal by-law: Landlords! Don’t forget that the minimum temperature in the units you rent out has to be 21oC from September 15th to June 1st.
Chapter 835 – Vital Services The Vital Services Chapter requires a landlord to provide adequate and suitable vital services for rented or leased dwellings or living accommodations. The following are considered to be vital services: Fuel Hydro Gas Hot or … Continue reading
Chapter 629 – Property Standards The Property Standards Chapter provides standards of maintenance and occupancy and applies to all properties within the City of Toronto. The Chapter states that all property owners are required to repair and maintain their property … Continue reading
Chapter 591 – Noise The Noise Chapter provides standards for noise and applies to all properties within the City of Toronto. The purpose of the by-law is to reduce the impact of unwanted sound on the residents of the City.
Chapter 545 – Licensing Several trades, businesses and occupations in the City of Toronto require a licence in order to operate. For information on how to obtain a licence or whether you require a licence for a certain trade, business … Continue reading
Chapter 489 – Long Grass and Weeds The Long Grass and Weeds Chapter provides a definition for the term and compliance standards for property owners to meet. The Chapter states that every property owner shall cut the grass and weeds … Continue reading