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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Fredericton organizer and Royal LePage Gardiner Realty broker/owner Lincoln Thompson is joined by fellow Royal LePager and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Montreal organizer Georges Gaucher.

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Royal LePage Gardiner Realty in Fredericton welcomed local men who are keen to “stand up and step in” to end violence against women at their fifth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraising march.

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A real “shell-a-bration” of a unique kind. Tell your guests to bring a big appetite and be prepared to indulge over a few hours of at-table enjoyment and be sure to forewarn them dinner is all seafood.

COLUMNISTS

Presenting the Action Plan for Cannabis Legislation at Queen’s Park, from left: Matthew Thornton, OREA’s VP of public affairs and communications, David Reid, president of OREA; and Larissa Smit, OREA’s manager of policy.

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Growing cannabis indoors requires high humidity and high temperatures. These conditions create perfect conditions for mould and fungus to grow and spread, which is difficult and expensive to remediate.

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Whether you’re a new sales rep or a seasoned agent who’s been around the block and then some, you need to know something: DIYing your property photos is killing your listing.


ADVICE FOR AGENTS

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Having the courage to connect with people is what will build your business, says David Greenspan in this short video.

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If your client is serious about selling in January or February, help them along by offering them a home staging consultation.

PRODUCTS & TECH

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Keylo was launched in 2017 by co-founders and brothers Craig Mracek and Ryan Mracek. They say they saw a need to help frustrated home buyers and sellers find a reputable real estate agent.

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Originally a blog tool, WordPress has captured an incredible 32 per cent market share. Its users include Vogue magazine, Microsoft News, Flikr, REMonline and many more.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

BCREA's new logo

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The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) recently launched a new brand identity, which it says reflects the association’s commitment to leadership and excellence.
North Central Young Centre executive director Sandy Wankel accepts the cheque from ARR president Tim Otitoju, left, and ARR CEO Gord Archibald.

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The Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) has donated more than $125,000 to the North Central Youth Centre (NCFC) over the years. Recently the association donated another $5,000 to support the NCFC After School Program.