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Peter Vincett

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Colliers International recently announced that Peter Vincett has joined the firm as managing director of Colliers’ Toronto North office.

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When can a sale under a Power of Sale fail? This was the central issue that the Court of Appeal addressed in the 1173928 Ontario Inc. v. 1463096 Ontario Inc decision.

Sotheby’s International Realty Canada celebrates the opening of its new office in Leslieville.

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Sotheby’s International Realty Canada has opened a new office in the Toronto community of Leslieville. It will be led by Maureen O’Neill, broker of record of Ontario and Dianne Usher, managing broker.

Weighing in the day’s catch at the Royal LePage Broker/Owner Fishing for Shelter event in Campbell, River B.C., from left: Andrew Wildeboer, Rob Wildeboer and Jason Ralph.

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Royal LePage brokers/owners and managers from across Canada raised $5,680 in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation at this year’s Fishing for Shelter event.

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The Realtors Association of Edmonton recently recognized associate Judy Shewchuk with the Volunteer of Distinction award.

Cheryl Ann Gray

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Cheryl Ann Gray has been named 2020 president of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). She is the first Canadian and first non-U.S. individual to become IREM president.

Maggie Tessier recently opened a third Exit Realty Matrix office in Hawkesbury, Ont.

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Exit Realty Matrix recently opened a new office in Hawkesbury, Ont. This is the third office owned by Maggie Tessier, who also has branches in Embrun and Orleans.

River House Estate sits on 384 acres in the harsh terrain of Northern British Columbia.

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Concierge Auctions focuses on matching one-of-a-kind properties with experienced buyers. The company has been active in 40 U.S. states and 27 countries, and says it owns 80 per cent of the luxury auction space.

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Living Realty recently launched its third annual Thanksgiving food drive, which will run until the start of October.

Peter Mason

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Peter Mason was the youngest-ever president of the Toronto Real Estate Board when he was in his early 30s. Now at 75, he continues to work full-time, managing accounts for major corporations.