Condo Owners Association (known as COA Ontario) was Founded on March 2010 by Linda Pinizzotto, a Toronto/Mississauga Realtor who had a vision to create the 1st Non-Profit Association to represent Condo Owners and design a mechanism for awareness and representation in the Political forefront within all levels of Government across the Province of Ontario. There are over 1.3 Million Condo Owners who need a cohesive united voice to represent them on many important issues. COA supports the development of its members and fosters a prosperous and sustainable economic environment while contributing to the quality of life in the condo community. Condo Owners and Condo Buyers please register with the Condo Owners Association www.COAontario.com
Linda’s vision included a Condo Owners Association structure to represent Condo Owners in all of the Municipalities across the Province of Ontario. The Municipalities and Regions are known as Divisions of COA Ontario and each have various Districts to identify their respective Wards. he structure recognizes the vast amount of condominium owners and embraces various levels of government for representation in each Municipality and Region. This structure allows a productive and communicative working environment with local Councillors, Members of Provincial Parliament, Members of Parliament and the various Ministry’s of our Government.
COA Ontario is receives strong commitment and dedication from Board of Directors Bob Coffey, Ex Chair of KPMG and Derrick Thomas; President and CEO of ITMayDay and Linda Pinizzotto, President CEO. The Condo Owners Association is an active Senior Stakeholder in the Condo Act Review, Fire Marshal Cosultation for Legislation Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Home Protection Centre Review of Property Management Firms and Property Managers, Stormwater Sewer Systems Review and countless other initiatives to provide a voice for Condo Owners and Condo Buyers.
Please view “Building a Better Condo Act”
COA working to represent and advocate for Condo Owners and Condo Buyers Rights.
Why Condo Owners need a Condo Owners Association
Condo Owners are facing huge maintenance fees, problem Board of Directors and a Condo Act that needs to be updated to protect their interest. There is a huge imbalance of the present structure which takes away the rights of Condo Owners and puts too much control in the hands of the Board of Directors therefore compromising Condo Owners rights.