Linda Pinizzotto Helps Ontarians

Linda Pinizzotto helps all Ontarians and Canadians, she is the Founder President of the Condo Owners Association (COA) which represents 1.4 Million Condo Owners in Ontario.  See   COA Wikipedia link.

Wikipedia – the Story on Condos

Wikipedia – COA Ontario

In 2014 Linda was Knighted in a Ceremony of Investiture by the Lieutenant Governor, into the Order of St. George where she will be name a Dame of the Order.  Linda and her family were featured in the October edition of Neighbours of Mississauga Road     Click here for full story on Linda and her family


See more on various stakeholder groups below

Consumers Council of Canada Intensification Study – Federal  – Annual Report 2013-14_ccc_annual_report Page 15

The Consumers Council of Canada launched an examination of residential intensification’s impact on consumers. A panel of experts have been invited to review 4 key areas, review the landscape of consumers rights and responsibilities affected by intensification. This is a 1 year effort.


Ministry of Consumer Services – Condo Act Review – Provincial – Condo Act Participants

The Condominium Act is under review as per the announcement of the McGuinty Government, Build a Better Condo Act – see bottom of page    The Condominium Act affects over 1.3 million Condo Owners in the Province and changes are required to ensure consumer protection.  There were 5 working groups to identify a comprehensive set of issues.  The Review continues to be underway.


Fire Marshal – Carbon Monoxide Detectors – Carbon Monoxide Panel List

The Ontario Legislature passed unanimously a bill (2014) to make carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in homes across the province.  The private members bill would require home owners to install carbon monoxide warning devices.  MPP Ernie Hardeman, PC Oxford advocated for five years.  The bill is called the Hawkins-Gignac Act following the carbon monoxide death of four members of a Woodstock family.


Infrastructure and Storm Water Sewer Systems – Stormwater Sewer System

The Storm Water Sewer Systems and financial report for the same were conducted by a group of Experts and Associations to work with the City of Mississauga.  This intensive study recognized all areas of the city and the financial implications and recommended repairs of the future stormwater management program.


Homeowners Protection Centre on Property Management Licensing – Homeowner Protection Invitation to Linda Pinizzotto

Canada has seen substantial growth in the Condominium market and a review and update of condominium laws is needed for consumer protection.  The Homeowner Protection Centre is a new non profit advocacy organization, receiving funding from Industry Canada to undertake a research relating to Condominium Manager and impact of regulation on consumers.


Consumers Council of Canada – Note Page 15  – Annual Report 2013-14_ccc_annual_report Page 15