Boards & Associations

Boards & Associations

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Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB) are supporting seven charities by providing $18,260 in emergency grant funding.

Lorraine Clark

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As COVID-19 continues to put pressure on the province’s already stretched shelter system, the Windsor-Essex County Association of Realtors (WECAR) provided $7,280 to Community Living Essex County.

Cheryl De Paoli

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The Alberta Real Estate Foundation has announced the resignation of executive director Cheryl De Paoli, effective June 30.

Robin Jones

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The Barrie & District Association of Realtors (BDAR) is donating $7,000 to three local charities to assist in making ends meet at a time when fundraising is difficult.

The executive of the Filipino Canadian Real Estate Association

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The Toronto-based Filipino Canadian Real Estate Association (FILCREA), under the leadership of president Resty Ragragio, has been a contributor and supporter of those impacted by COVID-19 back home.

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The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) has received an additional $278,000 in Ontario Realtors Care Foundation grants to help support shelter-based charities across the Greater Toronto Area.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced real estate associations across the country to adapt and become more creative and innovative in delivering their services in a challenging and changing environment.

Front row, from left: Michele Morris, vice president; Sean Daly, past president; Michelle Roy, president; and Dave Watt, treasurer. Back row: Debbie Crouse, director; Heather Warren, administrative assistant; Sharon Watts, EO; Justin Morehouse, director; and Linda Currie, director.

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Each year the Real Estate Board of Fredericton Area takes an official photo of its newly appointed Board of Directors.

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As COVID-19 continues to put pressure on the province’s already stretched shelter system, the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) announced it is donating $480,000 to shelters and shelter-based charities.

Jody Ledgerwood

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The Northumberland Hills Association of Realtors (NHAR) and the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) announced an agreement to become partner boards.