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Repost from ABlawg.ca: Constraining a Landlord’s Ability to Terminate a Residential Tenancy by Raising the Rent
Please find below a link to an interesting article published today on ABlawg.ca by Professor Jonnette Watson Hamilton of the University of Calgary Faculty of Law. The article comments on Milner’s Aloha Mobile Home Park (1998) Ltd v Jenkins, 2014 ABQB 229 … Continue reading
This last Sunday (October 20, 2013), Homeward Trust held its 11th bi-annual Homeless Connect event at the Shaw Conference Centre. The event brings together service providers and community agencies from across the city to provide a “one-stop shop” of services … Continue reading