Is another tenant living in your building driving you crazy? Are they making excessive noise? Leaving garbage out in the hallway? Are they dumping dirty water or flicking cigarette butts onto your balcony? For many renters, living alongside people who they may or may not get along with is a Read the full article
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If you are a renter or landlord who had to flee Fort McMurray due to the wildfires, check out the following resources for more information:
- Information for Landlords and Tenants (Service Alberta)
- After the Fire for Landlords and Tenants (CPLEA)
- Fort McMurray & the Wood Buffalo Region wildfire recovery (Government of Alberta)
- Legal Fact Sheets and Resources for Fort McMurray Evacuees (Pro Bono Law Alberta)
If you are looking for housing, the Capital Region Housing Corporation, Alberta Residential Landlord Association, the City of Edmonton, and Yardi Canada Ltd. are pleased to assist the relocation process through the Centralized Housing Registry, visit: http://www.rentcafe.com/canada/fortmcmurraywildfires.
Your lease is expiring in one week and you have already given notice to your landlord that you are moving out. You think that everything looks clean but you are just not sure whether you should stay up until 2:00 a.m. to scrub the place down before you leave. You Read the full article