March 16, 2020

Updated January 21, 2022

Wilson Blanchard is continuing to closely monitor the Coronavirus outbreak. As is always the case, the health and safety of all parties associated with the properties that we manage is a top priority. We will continue to monitor the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), as well as Provincial and Municipal communications with respect to developments regarding the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19).

Sources of Information

Wilson Blanchard urges you to stay informed by referring to information from legitimate authorities such as Federal, Provincial and Municipal public health organizations and government agencies as the situation continues to rapidly change. Social media websites and media news reports do not always provide the best or latest information.

We are also thankful for the many condominium industry experts that we work with and have provided links below to Ontario condo specific resources as well as official public heath agencies.

If you feel unwell or have symptoms associated with Covid-19, please follow the Ontario Ministry of Health directions.


2022 Resources

Please note that this information may not be exhaustive of all Ontario related material and some information may be outdated as a result of the rapidly changing environment surrounding the COVID pandemic. If you have a link that you believe has been missed or should be updated, please let us know at news@wilsonblanchard.com.

The below information and links are not intended to be an exhaustive list or to constitute legal or medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in the articles below are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Wilson Blanchard Management. Please contact your lawyer for personalized legal advice and your health care provider for health related advice.

Note: see below for archived information from 2020-2021.


Archived Information (2020-2021)

When the pandemic began in March 2020, no one had any idea how long it would last. As a result, we originally added resources in chronological order. As time has gone on, and the number of resources grown, it has become evident that reverse chronological order makes more sense, which is how new articles as of 2022 are presented above.

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