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About Us Welcome condominium unit Owners and concerned Directors,

In December of 2006, a group of concerned condominium unit Owners from Corporations across Ontario began to discuss the need for an organization with a central site where other unit Owners could access, and benefit from, the wealth of information and experience  found within our own ranks. We decided that the time had come for us to consider a "not-for-profit" organization whose sole objective would be to help "unit Owners". That decision bore fruit in April, 2007 with the birth of CAFCOR. Because our executive committee members volunteer their time in service on many fronts in our battle for Owner rights and given the number of unit Owner problems brought to our attention weekly, we must realize our limitations. Therefore, at present, we must focus our collective resources and experience on the condominium situation as it presents itself to unit Owners in our home province. Of course, CAFCOR receives requests for assistance from Owners in many of Canada's provinces who find themselves faced with like problems and we will endeavour to assist where and when we can. It is our sincere hope that condominium unit Owners from across the country will join us in our common struggle for legislative and regulatory reform in each and every province and territory. CAFCOR neither endorses nor opposes any political party but will publicly endorse or oppose particular legislative and regulatory initiatives which, in our opinion, affect the rights and interests of unit Owners.

CAFCOR exists because of:
  • the Government of Ontario's failure or refusal to address and protect the interests of condominium unit Owners.
  • the inability of condominium unit Owners to access assistance of any kind in a timely and affordable manner.
  • the lack of accountability of Boards of Directors and Property Management Companies to condominium unit Owners.
  • the inability of condominium unit Owners to counter oppressive tactics used against them by their Boards of Directors.
 
  • To download our information sheet (in Adobe PDF format) please click HERE

 

CAFCOR - Executive Committee:

     
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Adam Wroblewski
- President

Phone Number (Office): 416-292-7110
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Adam Wroblewski is the President and a Co-Founder of CAFCOR.
Mechanical Engineer by education, owner of a Software Development Company.
President/Board Member of a Condominium Corporation
Working with Toronto Hydro and Ryerson University, Adam is actively involved in development of programs aimed at energy savings for condominiums.


Babu Nagalingam  

Babu Nagalingam - Treasurer

Phone Numbe (Cell): 416-276-2146
Phone Number (Office): 416-644-7287
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Babu Nagalingam is the president and co-founder of Canadian Human Rights Voice (chrv.ca)
President and Co-Founder of ORU Solutions Inc. - SharePoint consulting company. 
Treasurer/Board Member of a Condominium Corporation as well as Treasurer and a Co-Founder of CAFCOR.
Served as a sports coordinator of TSU of University of Ottawa. Babu is a Mathematics graduate from University of Ottawa.


   

Yasmein Khan - Executive Director

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Yasmein Khan is the Executive Director and co-founder of CAFCOR.
Yasmein has been employed at the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board for the past 27 years, and have held various positions within her organization. 
She has been a President and Board Member with her Condominium Corportation as well served with the Shared Facilities, and was instrumental in organizing the Early Years and community functions for the residents' children in her building. 
She values the ethics of working together and bringing people to discuss issues that is important to the forefront.


Todd Ross  
Todd Ross
- Media Spokesperson

Todd Ross is the Director of Community Development and Partnerships at Casey House, Canada’s oldest free-standing HIV/AIDS hospice.
Prior to Casey House, Todd has held senior positions in the Ontario government and has worked as a public affairs consultant specializing in Aboriginal Affairs, Energy, Environment, Finance and Health Care. Todd is very active in a number of community organizations including as a director for the Canadian Human Rights Voice.