If passed, The Rental Fairness Act, 2017, would address rising rental costs faced by people in Ontario by expanding rent control to all private rental units, including those occupied on or after November 1, 1991. The legislation also proposes additional changes tot he Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, strengthening protections against unfair practices.
Expanding rent control is a key component of Ontario's Fair Housing Plan to help more people find an affordable place to call home while creating jobs, growing our economy and helping people in their everyday lives.
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If passed, The Reliable Elevators Act, 2017, would improve the overall reliability of Ontario's elevators by setting a maxium allowable timeframe in which an elevator may be left out-of-service for repairs and would ensure that new building developmens of 7 storeys or higher complete a mandatory elevator traffic study as a requirement of the building permit process.
Through these amendments to both the Building Code Act, 2002, and the Consumer Protection Act, 2002, The Reliable Elevators Act, 2017, if passed, would ensure all Ontarians maintain reliable access to their homes and businesses because getting places shouldn't be difficult.
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