Alternative Dispute mechanism still needed!

Condo owners groups frustrated by more delays of Alberta dispute resolution body amid ‘urgent’ need

“Through our work to date, including your input, it is clear that in order to make such a system affordable for users, investment from government would be required for up‐front costs and ongoing operations”

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