Tenants claim bullying in Quebec apartment complex

Residents of a 55-plus apartment building in Aylmer, Que., say they're being bullied by management, but the vice-president of Aylmer Arms' board of directors argues only a few share that perspective.

Aylmer Arms says views aren't shared by majority of seniors in 101-unit building

A group of residents say they feel bullied by management at a Quebec apartment complex. 1:36

Residents of a 55-plus apartment complex in Aylmer, Que., say they are being bullied by management but the home argues only a few residents complain of mistreatment.

The Aylmer Arms is an affordable housing apartment complex for retired and semi-retired residents who are independent and must be at least 55 years old.

The apartment building is run by a volunteer board of directors, plus an onsite general manager who takes care of day-to-day tasks.

Some tenants who live in the 101-unit building at 166 Principale St. said there have been more than two dozen complaints of tenant abuse.

The board of directors' vice-president, Charles Gutta, argued complaints have come from a very small group inside the home.

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