LandlordBC Virtual Education

LandlordBC typically hosts 4-5 in-person social and educational events per year. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we, like many organizations, have pivoted to more virtual education through our Webinar Series. Each month we bring timely information right into your home or office presented by our staff, as well as a number of guest speakers who are experts in their fields. If you are unable to attend a webinar live, don’t worry! Everyone who is registered will receive a recording after the live presentation.

In order for us to continue to bring you this excellent content, we will now be charging a small fee for these online events. If you are a LandlordBC member and would like access to the member registration, please click here. If you are interested in membership, click here.

Next Webinar: EV Charging in Rental Apartments & Recent RTB and Industry Changes

LandordBC’s webinar series continues with this special 2 part webinar!

Date: July 21, 2021
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

With the highest rates of electric vehicle (EV) adoption in North America, British Columbia is leading the transition to Canada’s electric mobility future. Increasingly, current and prospective residents of multi-family buildings are requesting access to EV charging where it’s most convenient to charge –– at home. Join SWTCH Energy and Sparkle Solutions for a discussion on current EV trends and policies; benefits of EV charging to owners and residents; EV charging technology options; and provincial and federal funding opportunities for charging infrastructure. The discussion will be tailored to the needs of rental apartment buildings, which present unique challenges to implementing EV charging infrastructure compared to strata and commercial buildings.

In part 2 join Hunter Boucher, Director of Operations, as he reviews the most recent industry changes and how they affect you and your rental housing business. In this webinar, Hunter will focus on some of the more impactful changes at the Residential Tenancy Branch, including email as a method of service, additional rent increases, and the new process to end tenancies for repairs and renovations.

Can’t attend live? No problem! If you are registered, we will send you a recording after the webinar is done.

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