Some of our Recent Webinars

Webinar: How Stratas Do Business (and how to do business with them)

Saturday November 21, 2020

This webinar is intended for businesses to help you understand and navigate working with Stratas but is open to anyone who wants to attend.

Webinar: Preparing for Your Strata AGM

Saturday November 14, 2020

The Strata Property Act requires certain information and documents to be included in the notice package. This webinar focuses on preparing the notice package.

Webinar: Strata Treasurers – Operating Budgets

Saturday October 31, 2020

Join our free webinar and learn all about the annual operating budget for a BC condo, townhouse, bare land, or commercial strata. This webinar is the first in our series of webinars for strata treasurers. It is designed for strata treasurers, council members, or any owners interested in learning more about managing the finances of their strata corporation.

Webinar: Best Practices for Strata Meeting Minutes

Saturday November 07, 2020

Join our webinar to learn how to take minutes for condo, townhouse, bare land, or commercial strata meetings. This is the first in our series of webinars for strata secretaries. It is designed for secretaries, council members, or any owners interested in learning more about these important records of their strata corporation.

Webinar: How to Enforce Strata Bylaws

Sunday November 08, 2020

Feeling like your strata bylaws have no teeth? Join our webinar with guest speaker Shawn M. Smith of Cleveland Doan to learn how to effectively enforce them as you explore the options available to strata corporations to do so. You will also learn the pitfalls and common errors to avoid.

Webinar: Strata Insurance Explained in a Rapidly Changing Market

Thursday June 04, 2020

Join our webinar with guest speaker Shawn Fehr of Seafirst Insurance to learn about strata insurance in the current market. The cost and availability of insurance for strata corporations (condo, townhouse and bare land stratas) has been a hot topic for months leaving many strata owners, councils and property managers scrambling to obtain renewals. How did we get here? Why is this happening?