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Allowable Rent Increases in Canada for 2015

 

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This page contains links to information about allowable rent increases in Canada.
If you have a question about your specific situation, you will need to speak to the Tenancy branch in your area. See : Residential Tenancy Laws


Ontario

The 2015 allowable rent increase for Ontario is 1.6 %


British Columbia
The 2015 allowable rent increase for British Columbia is 2.5%

Alberta

The 2015 allowable annual rent increase for Alberta.
There are no rent controls in Alberta. Rent can only be increased if there has not been a rent increase within the previous 365 days or since the start of the tenancy, whichever is later. Before the rent can be increased the landlord must give proper written notice. For mobile home sites, 180 days notice must be given by the landlord to raise the rent.

1. weekly tenancy - 12 weeks
2. monthly tenancy - 3 months
3. periodic tenancy - 90 days


Saskatchewan

2015 Rent increases for Saskatchewan

Any notice of rent increase must be given in writing (Form 5 - Notice of Rent Increase)
Form 5 - Notice of Rent Increase .

New Brunswick

The 2015 allowable annual increase for New Brunswick is 2.6% 
Manitoba
The 2015 allowable annual increase for Manitoba is 2.4% 
 
Nova Scotia

The 2015allowable annual rent increase for Nova Scotia is 1.6%.


Prince Edward Island
The 2015 allowable annual rent increase for Prince Edward Island is

 

The 2015 allowable annual rent increase for Prince Edward Island is

Heated premises:
Unheated premises:
Mobile home site only in a mobile home park:

1.75%
1.00%
1.00%

 


Quebec

The 2015calculation of the allowable annual rent increase for Quebec is in accordance with the Regulation respecting the criteria for the fixing of rent. The percentages enable the amounts for each of the components of the calculation to be determined on the basis of the actual expenses incurred for the building or dwelling in question.

http://www.rdl.gouv.qc.ca/en/pdf/csal2014-A.pdf

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