Ontario: airbnb guests vs tenants and a leaky shower
The Ontario Landlord and Tenants Act is quite clear: they don't interfere in the nitty-gritty details. If a tenant feels they have the right to some sort of compensation, and the landlord refuses it, then they can take their case to the tribunal/hearing. Also, if construction work starts and it's very noisy and messy and invasive, to the point that the tenants may feel they have to temporarily move somewhere else, then the tenants can ask for their hotel or whatever arrangement they have made to be paid by the landlord, but again the landlord can refuse and the board will then hear their case.
My question is whether the same rules and laws apply to AirBnB guests or not. And would it matter if the airbnb guest was staying there for a week or for 2 months?