Real Estate — November 13, 2012CCI Toronto and Area Chapter Appoints Brian Horlick as New President
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 13, 2012) -
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Brian Horlick B. Comm, B.C.L, LL.B., ACCI, FCCI has been appointed President of the Canadian Condominium Institute - Toronto and Area Chapter as of November 8th, 2012.
Brian has served on the CCI Toronto Chapter Board of Directors since 2006 in a number of capacities including service on the Legislative and Government Relations Committees as well as Vice President.
Brian is the senior partner at Horlick Leveitt Di Lella LLP with almost 30 years of legal experience. His practice focuses exclusively on condominium law. Brian graduated from McGill University where he obtained degrees in commerce, civil law and common law. Brian is an associate (ACCI) of and has been awarded a fellowship (FCCI) by CCI. Brian is actively involved in the condominium industry and believes that education and knowledge are the cornerstones of a healthy and vibrant condominium industry. He is a regular lecturer for CCI's Level 201 course and is a frequent speaker on condominium law to property management companies as well as at ACMO and CCI events. Brian is a regular contributor of articles on condominium law to both the CM magazine and the Condo Voice. He sits as Chair of the Conference Committee and is a member of the Government Relations Committee, the ACMO Associates Executive Committee and the Certification and Standards Committee.
Working alongside Brian in his goal to better serve the industry are fellow CCI Toronto Board Members:
|1st Vice President||Mario Deo, BA, LL.B.|
|2nd Vice President||Sally Thompson, P.Eng|
|Secretary/Treasurer||Bob Girard, B.Comm, RCM, FCCI|
|Immediate Past President||Bill Thompson, BA, RCM, ACCI, FCCI|
|Director||Armand Conant, B.Eng, LL.B., D.E.S.S. (Sorbonne)|
|Director||Tania Haluk, RCM|
|Director||Jeff Jeffcoatt, P.Eng, RCM|
|Director||Murray Johnson, RCM|
|Director||Lisa Kay, BA, CCI (Hons)|
|Director||Vic Persaud, BA|
|Director||John Warren, CA|
The Canadian Condominium Institute leads the National condominium industry by providing education, information awareness and access to expertise by and for our members.
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CCI represents over 125,000 condominium units in Toronto. Formed in 1982 as an independent, non-profit organization to encourage and promote a strong condominium marketplace, CCI members include condominium unit owners, corporations, trades and professionals.
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Canadian Condominium Institute - Toronto & Area Chapter
(416) 491-6216 Ext. 110
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