For your March break reading pleasure, here’s a big bunch of tweets from our microblog:

Condo corp operating Pacific Mall in Markham announces ambitious plan to double its size and add a hotel operation –

Condo dustup over girl’s chalk pictures draws ire – Resident told to erase sidewalk art (via @OttawaCitizen) –

CAI: "Overwhelming majority" of Americans are satisfied with the governance, management of their community ass’ns –

Condo board sues after sex toy salesman turns swank Tribeca condo unit into raucous nightclub (via NY Daily News) –

Condo Living: Some people aren’t meant to share common walls, ceilings, floors with strangers – (via @chicagotribune)

Property tax on condos too high – Politicians back residents’ fight to lower taxes ( –  

CCI Golden Horseshoe chapter presses for fair taxation: Condo dwellers seek a tax break (via Hamilton Spectator) – 

Tax loophole for condo conversions could cost city millions (Windsor Star) –

ONCA: Condo developer adequately disclosed lease of HVAC system, per Condo Act 1990, s.52; Trial decision overturned –

Ontario govt regulation extending the 10 yr deadline for adequate funding of condo reserve funds is now published –

Bob Aaron: Victory for non-smoking condo couple in B.C. –

RT @CHDW_HOALaw: Breaking news: People don’t like HOA lawyers… –

Condo boards need more regulation – No. They need to hire a professional manager and follow advice.

RT @OntMinLabour: Ontario Increases Minimum Wage –

Toronto condos not immune to creepy crawlies: Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite – (via Lexology)

RT @RCD_Canada: City of Toronto accepting applications for Eco-Roof Incentive Program –

From coast to coast, Canadian Lawyer Mag (@CanLawMag) says: Condos are hot, hot, hot! –

Serenity now for condo folks! From @TheCooperator magazine: Anger Management-Putting the Civility back into Community –

In US, banks foreclose on condo unit owners then fail to pay common expenses, so the condos foreclose on the banks –

ON Govt files new training/testing regulation under Private Security/Investigative Services Act; effective April 2010 –

What we learned at Community Association Institute’s National Law Conference – (via

"Sometimes I wonder whether being on a condo board actually kills brain cells…" – (via @nowhereman blog)