Headlines Tagged with Real Estate — 2,336 headlines found
May 29, 2014 Smoke-Free Housing Ontario (ca)
added Jun 24, 2014 12:58
Readers weren't supportive of a request by the Krossa family of Maple Ridge for a new municipal bylaw that would ban smokers from allowing smoke to drift onto neighbouring properties. Smokers on private property should have rights, most said.
Jul 17, 2012 Vancouver (BC) Province
added Jul 19, 2012 14:10
Toolkits help federally assisted housing managers to adopt smoke-free policies
Jun 19, 2012 US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
added Jun 20, 2012 16:11
“Eighty per cent of residents who live in multi-unit housing in Ontario would choose smoke free if they had a choice,” said Lorraine Fry, the executive director of the Non-Smokers’ Rights Association. “Landlords don’t know that it’s legal for them to ac
Sep 15, 2014 GlobalTV (ca)
added Sep 16, 2014 02:56
if a board does not want a smoker in an apartment, it can exercise its right of first refusal and rent the apartment from the owner on the terms being offered by the owner's prospective tenant.
Aug 19, 2012 New York Times
added Aug 20, 2012 01:39
back.The house was last bought in 2006 by Judy Boeken, according to Blockshopper--that was the same year a court upheld a $50-million award to one Judy Boeken from tobacco company Philip Morris over the death of her husband, a long-time smoker. Last sold
Aug 27, 2013 Curbed
added Aug 28, 2013 12:40
The Condominum Act doesn’t prohibit smoking in a unit or in the common elements, but does prohibit smoking in a manner that permits the smoke to enter areas where it is likely to impact the health of other persons.
Feb 18, 2017 Toronto (Ont) Star (ca)
added Feb 19, 2017 01:11
Maybe back off enforcing the rules about smoking outside near units - or have a designated smoking area. And for goodness sake, forget the rule banning the use of electronic cigarettes - which merely emit water vapor. Why would the authority outlaw devi
Jun 15, 2012 York (PA) Daily Record
added Jun 16, 2012 07:54
investigation has indicated that the fire was started by a cigarette put out in a peat moss container...The cost of damages is estimated at $1.25 million. All 42 occupants have been displaced as a result of the blaze.
Mar 12, 2016 CBC News (ca)
added Mar 13, 2016 17:33
The key to any claim for bylaw breaches, from smoking marijuana to noise, is gathering evidence. Dates, times, and particulars relating to the alleged violation are critical.
Dec 11, 2015 Edmonton (Alberta) Journal (ca)
added Dec 14, 2015 15:03