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Lawyers

The COA would like to recommend you to these various Lawyers.



Criminal Defence - Calvin Barry Professional Corporation Criminal Lawyers

Accidents, Injury, Insurance, Medical, Workplace Accidents - Guzzo Bianchi Leung Viskovic  - GBLV Professional Corporation

Litigation, Criminal Law, Family Law, Business Law, Federal and Provincial Not for Profit Corporations, Real Estate - Ronald H.A. Van Der Steen 

Real Estate and Family Law  - Sutherland Marshall Professional Corporation - Barristers & Solicitors

Electronic Voting

https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/98c19#BK110



Meeting of Owners by Electronic Means

5 The operation of subsection 50 (2) of the Act is temporarily suspended and the following replacement provisions are in effect during the temporary suspension period only:

Determination of quorum

(2) To count towards the quorum, an owner must be entitled to vote at a meeting and shall be present at the meeting or represented by proxy.

Meeting of owners by electronic means

(2.1) Despite any by-law, a meeting of owners may be held by telephonic or electronic means, as defined in subsection 52 (1.1), and an owner or a mortgagee who, personally or by proxy, through those means, votes at the meeting or establishes a communications link to the meeting shall be deemed, for the purposes of this Act, to be present at the meeting or represented by proxy, as the case may be.

Voting by Electronic Means

6 The operation of subsection 52 (1) of the Act is temporarily suspended and the following replacement provision is in effect during the temporary suspension period only:

Method of voting

(1) Votes may be cast by,

(a)  a show of hands, personally or by proxy; or

(b)  a recorded vote that is,

(i)  marked on a ballot cast personally or by a proxy,

(ii)  marked on an instrument appointing a proxy, or

(iii)  indicated by telephonic or electronic means, whether or not the by-laws so permit.

Service by Electronic Means

7 The operation of section 54 of the Act is temporarily suspended and the following replacement provision is in effect during the temporary suspension period only:

Service

54 (1) Unless this Act indicates otherwise, anything required to be given to an owner or a mortgagee under this Act is sufficiently served if it is given in accordance with subsection 47 (4) or (5), as the case may be.

Service re meetings

(2) Despite any provision of this Act or the regulations and despite the declaration or by-laws of a corporation, anything required by this Act or the regulations to be given to an owner or a mortgagee in respect of any meeting under this Act is sufficiently served if it is given by electronic means.

Same

(3) For greater certainty, subsection (2) applies even if an owner has not entered an agreement described in clause 47 (4) (c) and even if a mortgagee has not entered an agreement described in clause 47 (5) (c).

Matters and material

(4) Despite any provision of this Act or the regulations and despite the declaration or by-laws of a corporation, any matters or material required or permitted to be placed before a meeting of owners may be placed by electronic means.

Forms

(5) For greater certainty, if a form has been specified under this Act as the form in which a document or information shall be given, the document or information shall be given in that form with any modifications necessary to reflect changes to this Act set out in the Schedule to this Act.

Definition

(6) In this section,

“electronic means” means any means that uses any electronic or other technological means to transmit information or data, including fax, e-mail, computer or computer networks.

2020, c. 7, Sched. 5, s. 2.

Section Amendments with date in force (d/m/y)

Condo Garbage Fines Offences

City of Toronto Condominiums

Facing Waste Collection Offences


Condominium Property Management companies and Condominium Corporations must adhere to the  Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 844,  Waste Collection, Residential properties.

The related fines for non compliance to the Toronto Municipal Code could hit a Condo Owners fees very hard should their Corporations receive an offence notice.   There is also an infraction under the Environmental Protection Act - see below. 

There is an option for Multi-Residential Opting Out of Solid Waste Management Collection by the City.   The City of Toronto provides an all-or-nothing waste collection program.   If your Condo building chooses to opt out of the City garbage collection, it will not be eligible for City collection of any of the other materials including Green Bin organics, Household Hazardous Waste, Electronics, Blue Bin recycling or any oversized appliances furniture or other items.  These items are collected free of charge through the City of Toronto collection service within a decent time frame.
 

Private Garbage and Waste Collection Pitfalls

It is vital for all Condominium Board of Directors to estimate the full cost of managing all of the above when they consider a private sector quotation because these extra pick-ups and disposal will increase their overall contract.  Private services may be considerably more expensive than City of Toronto collection services so to keep costs down Condo Corporations may reduce the number of collection days, decrease sanitation requirements to keep the area pest and insect free and cause a general unrest amongst Condo Owners who are living with the ugliness and stench of excessive waste, debris and excessive recycling content overflowing in bins.  This situation can cause a negative market view and potentially hampering  condo unit and building values if the waste is not removed effectively and professionally. 

The Condo Corporation must ensure that their private recycling programs operate in accordance with the Ontario Regulation 103/94 legislation under the
Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O. c.E.19 as strictly enforced by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks

Condo Owners can drop off their own waste, including household hazardous waste at the City of Toronto Drop-Off Depot subject to the fees and rules in place at the depot. 
 

Condominium Corporation and Condominium Property Management Fines and Offences 

There have been instances where a certificate of offence was issued against a Management company rather than the Condominium Corporation.  It is common for City Inspectors take photos during their inspections of waste bins in condominium garbage rooms.   The Municipal code has a unique definition of Owner which includes tenant, occupant, owner, lessee or anyone who may be in charge of the residential property located in the City of Toronto.  The grey area is who is in charge of the Condominium common area whether the garbage room or the exterior area where the bins are located.  City Inspectors have the right to enter the land so the exterior bins are open and available to be tagged with a certificate of offence but the interior garbage rooms are not.  

The convictions of an offence on Condo Corporations have maximum penalties

1) $50,000 for the first offence
2) $100,000 for any subsequent offences


Condominium Corporations who contract the City of Toronto for waste removal services have strict guidelines.  They are highly respected under the Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O. c.E. 19 in accordance with the Ontario Regulation 103/94 legislation.   Private companies still have to respect and abide by Provincial Legislation outlined below. 
 

A Direct quote of the Powers and duties of Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks


Enforcement of this Act on Section 4 (1)

4 (1) The Minister, for the purposes of the administration and enforcement of this Act and the regulations, may,

(a) investigate problems of pollution, waste management, waste disposal, litter management and litter disposal;

(b) conduct research related to contaminants, pollution, waste management, waste disposal, litter management and litter disposal;

(c) conduct studies of the quality of the natural environment, meteorological studies, and monitoring programs;

(d) conduct studies of environmental planning designed to lead to the wise use of the natural environment;

(e) convene conferences and conduct seminars and educational and training programs relating to contaminants, pollution, waste and litter;

(f) gather, publish and disseminate information relating to contaminants, pollution, waste and litter;

(g) make grants and loans in such amounts and upon such terms as the Minister considers advisable for,

(i) research and training in relation to contaminants, pollution, waste, litter and the reduction of waste and the reuse and recycling of materials that are or could become waste,

(ii) planning, operating, developing, improving and enlarging waste management systems, waste disposal sites and programs to encourage the reduction of waste or the reuse or recycling of materials that are or could become waste, and

(iii) discontinuing waste management systems or reduction, reuse or recycling programs or closing waste disposal sites;

(h) establish and operate demonstration and experimental sewage systems under Part VIII, waste management systems, waste disposal sites and programs concerning the reduction of waste or the reuse or recycling of materials that are or could become waste;

 

Covid Closure Kit Kat Restaurant

 

SPECIAL GRATITUDE TO KIT KAT AND THE CARBONE FAMILY FOR 40 YEARS OF OFFERING OUR COMMUNITY A FANTASTIC CUISINE * REMEMBER EVERYONE PLEASE SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESS * BUY LOCAL * CITY CENTRE * WATERFRONT * MID/UP TOWN * ETOBICOKE * HIGH PARK * DON VALLEY * EAST SIDE * SCARBOROUGH                               

PLEASE HELP SUPPORT EAT & DRINK SMALL BUSINESS 

Special Tribute for Kit Kat  
Al and John Carbone                                                                   

King Street West - Toronto, Ontario  416-977-4461



Legendary KIT KAT - CLOSED DOWN !!   
http://www.kitkattoronto.com/ Goodbye Message

Where the Carbone Brothers were graced by the presence of many Celebrities and Royality over the years. 

It is so very sad to think popular "Kit KAT" and Owners Al and John Carbone  fell victim to COVID.  So many of our wonderful fine restaurants and other businesses have seen the wrath of this horrible pandemic.  The two brothers have been a fixture in the Community for almost 4 Decades.  Kit Kat with its wishing tree inside the restaurant  next to the kitchen made Kit Kat an incredibly unique restaurant.  This wonderful Italian Restaurant was the brother's identity through years of hard work and determination as they became one of the best Restaurants in the Toronto.  Saying good bye to Toronto has been extremely difficult when Al and his brother spent so many years, it was their life.  They were the Special light of the Community, customers became friends; friends become family over the years.  So many lives affected with the closing of Kit Kat Restaurant on King St. West Toronto.   Toronto Sun Article by Joe Warmington    

King Street Closure - Mayor Tory's Pilot Project

The King of Struggle is Covid but the wrath of Mayor Tory's "King Street Closure" Pilot Project had already provoked severe hardships for the Carbone's as it did to many small business owners along the strip. I met Al many years ago, always such an gentleman with a heart of gold.  He called me when Restaurant Row was on schedule to be torn down and Al challenged the Ontario Municipal Board, the decision wasn't overturned but the tear down was delayed.  Closing down traffic on King Street was the second hit to Kit Kat and fellow business owners.  The City were dictating added costs for Patio's and now preventing street parking.  Communities need local restaurants, small shops and local businesses, they add character and a unique dining and shopping experience.  Is it the right decision to "hurt" existing small businesses to move streetcar traffic vehicles better.   Al is known for his famous Ice Sculpture as he lead the way to fight the battle to save "Restaurant Row" .   
Global News Article Ryan Rocca

He arranged a hockey game right in front of  Kit Kat, we all came out to play our famous Canadian Sport on the streets of Downtown Toronto to make a point of saying "Who owns the Streets?"  I played in at game, it was an absolutely wonderful effort of Community Support!  We tried our best to no avail.  The Condo Owners Association Toronto ran a campaign through their websites.  Please view the video, pics and article on this link   Global News Article by Mark Carcasole & Nick Westoll - Ice sculpture gives Middle Finger

As the Police Cruisers beeped their horn in support of Al's attempt to help their Small Business Owners along the strip, the Streetcars had priority to cloud the Street and Restaurant Diners with Smoke!  Business Owners along King Street have put their lives on the line for decades to support the Community.   They were there before the Pilot Project - call it "Squatter's rights".     Now the channel has turned and it's not the Pilot Project shut down, it is Covid!   This fight to survive was far beyond what any business can overcome.     It' sad to see the end of an era, you are a true testament to love and appreciation to your staff, family, friends and all patrons, many who are Toronto Condo Owners here in the City.    I  know how hard you have worked so I want to include a Special Thank you everyone and to all the Reporters ho have helped Al and John through the years. See more articles below and here is the link to the Kit Kat website with Al and John's lovely appreciation letter.

Kit Kat and Al Carbone had to struggle through 3 battles     

Restaurant Row Tear Down + King Street Pilot Shut Down + the deadliest 3rd Covid
     


Warm wishes and always Al, Cathy, John and the entire Kit Kat Family  


Thank you and God Bless : ) xo

Linda Pinizzotto, DStG
Founder, CEO Condo Owners Association 



More Articles 


Now Toronto 
BlogTo
Blog To
Toronto Sun
Toronto  Sun Final Closing
Kit Kat Website

Restaurants in Toronto

 

HELP TORONTO SMALL BUSINESS * BUY LOCAL * CITY CENTRE * WATERFRONT * MID/UP TOWN * ETOBICOKE * HIGH PARK * DON VALLEY * EAST SIDE * SCARBOROUGH

COVID  HITS TORONTO SMALL BUSINESS 

HELP SUPPORT EAT & DRINK SMALL BUSINESS 

 

Support Local Restaurants








Special Tribute to Al and John Carpone, Owners of Kit Kat - King St 
 



Legendary KIT KAT - CLOSED DOWN !!

Where the Carpone Brothers were graced by the presence of many Celebrities and Royality over the years. 

It is so very sad to think popular "Kit KAT" and Owners Al and John Carpone  fell victim to COVID.  So many
of our wonderful fine restaurants and other businesses have seen the wrath of this horrible pandemic.  
The two brothers have been a fixture in the Community for almost 4 Decades.  Kit Kat was the brother's
identity and through years of hard work and determination they were one of the best Restaurants in the Toronto 

Saying good bye to Toronto has been extremely difficult when Al and his brother spent so many years, it was their
life.  They were the Special light of the Community, customers became friends; friends become family over the
years.  So many lives affected with the closing of Kit Kat Restaurant on King St. West Toronto. 
The King of Struggle is Covid but the wrath of Mayor Tory's "King Street Closure" Pilot Project had already
provoked severe hardships for the Carpone's as it did to many small business owners along the strip. Closing 
down traffic on King Street, added costs for Patio's and preventing parking.  Is it the right decision to "hurt"
existing small businesses to move streetcar traffic vehicles better. 

Small Business Owners have put their lives on the line for decades to support the Community
They were there before the Pilot Project - call it "Squatter's rights"
Shut Down + Covid was far beyond what any business can survive. 


King Street West - Toronto, Ontario 
Tel:  416-977-4461

 



BIA - Business Improvement Associations 

Thank you to all Business Improvement Association/Organizations (BIA) in Toronto and the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA).  We offer our appreciation for all of your hard work and dedication.   
 

Ontario Business Improvement Area Assoc. 

 


 

Cockroaches Infestations in Condos

Condo Owners Stop Cockroach Infestation ‚Äč

Pest Infestations n Condominiums

Let's Look at The Facts     

Cochroaches lay 2 eggs  hatch 50 - 100 cockroaches  See more on pests


Cockroaches are one of the nastiest and smelliest in the pest community, cockroaches are some of the smelliest, too. Once cockroaches have infested your home, there is an "oily" like musty.  This smell comes when the roaches have colonized and infested your home,  plus there is a smell that dead roaches produce.  Once a cockroach is dead, it releases an acid smell during its decomposition. 

Condominium Boards have a fiduciary responsibility to abide by the Provincial Condo Act and their Corporation Declaration, By Laws and Rules - one of which prohibit unit owners from unreasonably interfering with the use or enjoyment of other owners. 

 A huge problem in condominiums is cockroaches so if the Board of Directors ignores a plague of bugs  in common areas for a extensive time and those cockroaches find their way into Unit Owners suites it would certainly interfere with the people’s “use and enjoyment” of their unit!  Sadly many Condo Boards don't want to admit the blame and prefer to shift the blame to the Owners. 

Section 90(1) of the Condominium Act states that owners are responsible for maintaining their units (unless responsibility for maintenance is shifted to the corporation pursuant to section 91), and section 117 states that no person shall permit a condition to exist if the condition is likely to damage the property so considering infestation of pests, roaches, mice, rats etc.  find their way into the main level common areas of a Condominium Corporation prior to hitting the unit units in a building it stands to reason that all Board of Directors, Property Management Companies and their Property Managers need to address all infestations fast and effectively immediately.  

Individual Condo Board policies do exist, Owners can exercise their rights under the Condominium Act in Ontario which prohibits Condo Boards and Owners from allowing a condition to exist which will cause damage to the property, common elements and the Corporation overall.  If there is a pest problem, they are obligated under Law they are required to report and address it. 


Pursuant to section 17(3) of the Condominium Act, a corporation has a duty to take all reasonable steps to ensure that owners comply with the Condominium Act, Declaration, By-laws, and Rules.

The bottom line:  if a unit owner alleges that there is a bug infestation in another unit which is spreading into her unit, the condominium corporation would have a duty to investigate and notify ALL unit owners.  If the source of the bugs is found to in another unit and that unit’s owner refuses to deal with the situation, the Corporation must take steps to eradicate the source of infestation. Board of Director please

NOTE:  Section 19 gives any person authorized by the condominium corporation the right to enter units upon giving reasonable notice, as long as it is to perform the objects and duties of the corporation or to exercise the powers of the condominium corporation. This would include entering a unit for pest control purposes.    Unsuspecting Owners/Residents find themselves with a huge problem to control in their unit if the other units source is on the same floor, below and above.  Condo Boards and Property Managers escalate the problem with their slow action to mediate the situation by refusing to contract Pest Control services throughout the entire building.   This delay especially once they know the origin and simply do nothing about the building as a whole is a massive issue.   Why would a Board do this intentionally, we have received several statements stating Boards are holding back services on pest control and on chemicals in key areas of the building like the garbage rooms etc. because they wish to save costs on their budgets.  Public Health needs to be advised of this negligence and we recommend that all Condo Owners make a point of requesting full disclosure on Condo Budget in relation to all monies spent relating to Pest Control, chemicals for these key areas.  Many times these costs are hidden in the overall cleaning of the building when in fact it should be a separate item. 

Toronto Public Health has reported a recent increase in bed bugs in the City of Toronto and various other municipalities.  Multi-unit dwellings, condominiums are high-risk locations for cockroaches, mice, rates (rodents), pests, bed bug infestations. and other existing bugs in the City.  If your Condo Corporation Board of Directors has authorized any Pest Control company to spray common areas in the building, in particular your garbage and storage areas, utility rooms, superintendent areas,  back alleys, anywhere in the main levels and underground areas be assure you have the culprits in the building and it will take serious concentrated efforts and several visits from Pest Control companies to gain control.   Sadly most Condo Corporations, Board of Directors and Property Managers delay the action process so by the time a company is called, the roaches, insects, rodents alike will already travel into Owners/Residents suites and the problem has began. 

If there is bug infestation in a unit from another unit, the condominium corporation must investigate. If the source of the bugs was already in the main level of the Corporation and Pest Control was called for those areas they Need to Take IMMEDIATE STEPS to eradicate the source of infestation. 

There is an option to retain services of a dog specially trained to sniff out bed bugs.   

CALL TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND REPORT YOUR CONDOMINIUM

Contact Information

Toronto Public Health
Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(closed on statutory holidays)


Contact General
Telephone: 416-338-7600
TTY: 416-392-0658
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Emergency After Hours
To report a public health emergency after hours and on statutory holidays. Please ask for the on-call Public Health Manager.
Telephone: 311 (416-392-2489)


Bed Bugs 


Media Inquiries
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Energy and Water Reporting

Energy Consumption and Water Use

Reporting Requirements

 

Multi-unit residential buildings including condominiums that are 50,000 square feet or greater with more than 10 units are required to report their energy and water use and GHG emissions to the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines annually by July 1st.  Ontario Regulation. 506/18, Reporting of Energy Consumption and Water Use (EWRB) is being phased in over 3 years, and in 2019, buildings that are 100,000 square feet or greater are required to report.

Details can be found at:     https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/180506


Reducing Your Costs


Energy use is one of the largest operating expenses in commercial and residential buildings.

It represents about 1/3 of typical building operating budgets.
The largest barrier to identifying cost efficiencies and making existing buildings more efficient is a lack of access to the data needed to measure and track energy performance.
Building that benchmark in other jurisdictions have shown as much as a 10% decrease in energy use in commercial buildings that implemented a small number of energy-efficiency strategies and monitoring systems.
The vast majority of buildings that benchmark have taken steps to improve performance by investing in low- or no-cost changes.

 

Fighting Climate change 


By reducing your energy and water consumption you also help to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and fight climate change..  One of the main reasons is that buildings account for 19 per cent of Ontario's total greenhouse emissions.  Comparing your condominium to similar buildings will help  condominiums identify ways to reduce usage and costs

Mandatory Reporting System 


The guidelines are very specific please view this link: 

https://www.ontario.ca/page/measure-energy-and-water-use-large-buildings


Reporting being phased in over three years.
Please note your first deadline date:  
  1. Commercial and Industrial buildings first report - July 1, 2018
  2. Condominium Multi-Residential Buildings - first report July 1, 2019

The steps to report, including obtaining your EWRB ID, are noted on the Provincial Government website. The website also includes information on the Portfolio Manager (PM) on-line reporting tool and a link to a Guide on how to report in PM.  
In your second year of reporting your building's energy and water use intensity (how much is used per square foot/meter) will be made public on Ontario’s Open Data website catalogue.  
 

SUBMIT A COMPLAINT

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ALL CONDO OWNERS know your rights and responsibilities  

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Condo Owners
File your complaint CAO and/or CMRAO 


CAO - Condo Authority of Ontario   

CMRAO - Condo Management Regulatory Authority Ontario


The complaints can be as a result of a number of difficulties with your Board of Directors and/or Property Management.   Your Condo Corporation budget, expenditures, reserve funds, conditions, the process, the Annual General Meeting, the governance, design,  décor and condition of your Condo Building and on a personal light , You can also report items of concern regarding the operations, governance and accountability. 

Condo Owners no longer need to be kept in the dark, there are avenues available for support.  


1)  Harassment and/or bullied, major concerns not addressed etc. report Board of Directors 
2)  Harassment and/or bullied by Property Manager, report to CMRAO




CONDO OWNERS CAN REQUEST RECORDS OF THE CORPORATION AT ANY TIME 

The Board of Directors Must Comply or Corporation is fined for non compliance

1)  Request Records of the Corporation ie all Financials, Minutes of Meeting, AGM Minutes, 

2)  Board's Response to your Request for Records  If the Board refuses your request you may wish to report this to the CAO Condo Authority of Ontario

3)  Agreement to Access Records   Condo Owners can view records and if they wish a paper copy there may be a small charge   

4)  Future Reserve Fund Spending -
Note ALL Owners, your Board of Directors must advise Owners 


SPECIAL WEBSITE Information

1)  Land Property Records  
2)  Home and Community 



All Condo Owners in Ontario

Owners can also request General Information of the Corporation and Board of Directors 

1) Request General Information of the Corporation               - Information for Owners about their Corporation 
2) Information on Board of  Directors Certificate Update      - Names and Address of Service for their Board of Directors  
3) New Owners Information Certificate                                   - Information for New Owners about their Corporation


Complete and send the above forms to the "Attention of your Board of Directors" 
In most cases this would be via your Property Manager. 
Please ensure you receive confirmation of receipt.






Become a COA Ambassador of Your Condo  

    


Note:  Changes to the Condo Act

COA is thrilled to work with  (MGCS)  the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services and we are delighted to have Bill 106   "Protecting Condominium Owners Act 2015" and the New Condo Management Services Act, 2015   

(CAO)  Condo Authority of Ontario aims to improve condominium living with mandatory training for Condo Directors and as a resource for disputes 

CMRAO  Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario regulates Condo Manager and Management firms licensing, education requirements and compliance.    

Advertise on COA website

Promote your business work with the COA

Develop a Relationship with the COA 

 

Special Events, working together with COA

If you and your company have ideas for "Special Events, Seminars and Marketing Initiatives, the COA would like to hear your thoughts. 

Please 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if you have any new and exciting ideas to work together 

 

New Guide to help Condo Owners and Condo Corporations 

The COA has established relationships with various services, product companies and trades to help Condo Owners and Condo Corporations.  We have launched two (2) recommendation Guides to our Website/s.   The companies have shown to offer excellent representation and value for their expertise.  These Guides offer a List of recommended businesses, trades and suppliers.
 

Condo Owners Guide 

Condo Corporation Guide 

COA Partners and Past Partners 

  1. Allstate Insurance of Canada
  2. International Home & Garden Show
  3. Clorox Canada – Glad
  4. Entire Imaging
  5. Geep Electronic Recycling
  6. Joseph Estate Wines
  7. Vision Quest

Disclosure:  Condo Owners Association accepts no responsibility for any loss or dissatisfaction arising from any use or contractual relationship of services, or purchases to include incentives programs that Condo Owners may experience through Related Services Companies of the Condo Owners Association



 

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