Presented by: Lisa Mackie (Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP) and Taryn Mackie (Norton Rose Fulbright Canada)

Managing rental and strata buildings in British Columbia can involve navigating various accommodation requests under the Human Rights Code. From allowing emotional support animals to providing scent-free spaces, permitting medicinal marijuana to hosting smoke-free environments, property managers can receive many different types of requests for housing accommodations and workplace accommodations.

On June 20th, Lisa Mackie (leader of our Residential Tenancy and Strata Property Practice Groups) and Taryn Mackie (Vancouver chair of the Employment and Labour Law Group at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP) will present a Human Rights workshop on behalf of the Professional Association of Managing Agents (PAMA).

Please visit the “more info” link to create an account and register for this workshop.


About PAMA

The Professional Association of Managing Agents (PAMA) is a non-profit or­gani­zation founded in 1970 to promote pro­fessional and ethical residential property man­agement. Members recognize re­spon­si­bilities to their investors, clients and to the commu­nity in general, when performing their duties in the management of residential rental properties, strata titled prop­erties and any other properties under their jurisdiction.

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