When it comes to getting in and out of your condo, you need to know how much space you have and where you are supposed to be, according to a new guide from the Canadian Building Safety Authority.

This month’s edition of the Canadian Guide to Residential Safety is available online.

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The guide, which is based on the most recent safety data from the city, includes a few new tips, like that you should expect to walk up to the front of your balcony, where the building is located, and then take a left, towards the building’s entrance.

“Don’t be intimidated by the large metal doors,” says the CGSAs guide.

“They are not meant to be locked and the fact that they are a metal door is just part of the design of the building.”

If you’re looking for a place to park and find an open space, that’s fine too, says the guide.

You should also take advantage of the available parking, because that’s where the majority of condo balconies are located.

The CGSAS recommends parking in the “back alley” of your building, and the guide says that’s about 10 metres away from the front entrance.

That means if you’re going to have a party, you might want to find an empty space to park.

If you want to walk down the street to the back entrance, the CGBSA recommends you do it from the sidewalk, which will take you a few metres closer to the building.

If your balcony has an electric meter, it will also give you some idea of how much energy your balcony uses.

“You will need to use a meter, as it is mandatory to have the meter when you buy your condo,” the CGCSA says.

You can also check the water meter to make sure you have enough water for your balcony.

You also should take note of the temperature in your balcony to make certain it’s not too hot, the guide suggests.

“If it’s very hot, you may have to have some ventilation fans installed on your balcony,” it adds.

“When you are not using it, it is very important that you take precautions.”

If your apartment is not in a condominium, but rather a co-op, the building should be well insulated, which means it’s going to need to be ventilated.

The safety of condominium balconies has been a hot topic in the condo industry, particularly in recent years as developers have been upgrading buildings to make them more energy efficient.

This year, the city announced it was upgrading the condo building code to require all condos to have at least two meters of thermal insulation on all exterior walls.

The city said that will help ensure that balconies have a minimum of four meters of insulation.

The City of Toronto also said it would be changing the way it manages condo balconys to reduce the amount of heat and moisture that can build up in them.

The changes are expected to be made in the next few years.

If all goes according to plan, the next step will be to start the process of updating condo balcony codes in Toronto.

The latest update of the city’s condo building codes is scheduled to be issued this spring.

The update will include new requirements for balconies and balconies-to-be.

The updated condo code is expected to go into effect on January 1, 2020.

If there are any concerns or questions about your balcony safety concerns, you can contact the city at 416-935-5222 or call 311.