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WinnipegRealtors was presented with the Outstanding PAC Team Award at PAC Days in Ottawa.


WinnipegRealtors was presented with CREA’s Outstanding PAC Team Award at PAC Days in Ottawa recently. The board has embraced a team concept to reach out to their nine assigned MPs.


After almost a year of deliberations, the Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Toronto Real Estate Board’s appeal in its long-running legal battle with the Competition Bureau.


Phil Kells, co-founder of RealSatisfied, says the company’s objective goes beyond Realtor ratings to provide a platform “to collect detailed customer satisfaction information” for a broker at the conclusion of a transaction.


The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) is calling for a strengthened real estate education program in its third white paper, Working Towards Excellence: A Forward Looking Plan for Real Estate Registration Education.


The 23rd annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive kicks off today. Between Nov. 14 and 21, Realtor volunteers will collect warm clothing and blankets across the Lower Mainland region.

Winners of the Barrie Housing Hack, from left: Ethan Davis; Jesse Belleau-Karaskewich; Rob Alexander, BDAR president; Brian Vaughan; and Jeff Lehman, mayor of the City of Barrie.


The Barrie & District Association of Realtors, in partnership with the City of Barrie, recently hosted the Housing Hack, where participants proposed solutions for more affordable housing.

Michael Bourque


Michael Bourque has accepted the role of chief executive officer of CREA, effective later this year. Bourque is currently the CEO at the Railway Association of Canada (RAC). He has 30 years of experience in public policy roles.

From left: CREB Charitable Foundation president Rob Campbell, manager Aneve MacKay-Lyons, governors Sharon Bercuson and Murray Scotton and immediate past president Adrienne Moul.


The CREB Charitable Foundation of the Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB) donated $300,000 to three local charities at its 30th anniversary celebration.

Chatham-Kent Realtors Brandice Smith, Tricia Weese and Tim Cummings


The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors celebrated the first anniversary of Positivity Day by donating more than 500 books to the community through the Little Free Library.


A group of 13 Ontario real estate boards, which calls itself The Ontario Collective, recently launched the first phase of an enhanced regional MLS System.