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Re/Max of Western Canada

Linda Turner of Re/Max Real Estate (Kamloops) and Dave Proctor from Re/Max Ocean Pacific Realty in Comox, B.C. help out with the charity auction at the Re/Max conference.


During its recent three-day conference, Re/Max of Western Canada raised $100,000 for Children’s Miracle Network in support of local Children’s Hospitals.

From left: Elton Ash, Adam Contos and Christopher Alexander during the Re/Max of Western Canada Activate Conference opening session.


More than 800 brokers and salespeople and 29 service providers attended Re/Max of Western Canada’s Activate Conference in Banff, Alta. in October.



Re/Max is launching a new web series that offers a behind-the-scenes look at young homebuyers as they search for their first home purchase.

The Home Value Estimator has launched on remax.ca.


Re/Max has teamed with Teranet to offer a Home Value Estimator on its Canadian website. Users must register on the site and enter a Canadian address that isn’t already listed by a real estate agent.



In 2004, sales rep Ken Cowie of Re/Max 2000 Realty in Surrey, B.C. gave a life-saving kidney to fellow sales rep Paul Belhumeur. Re/Max of Western Canada created a video to celebrate the anniversary of the donation.


REM has reported on major real estate industry stories during the last 30 years. But the entity that has had the most coverage in REM and touched on many of the big issues has been the federal Competition Bureau


Sixteen students from Western Canada will be awarded a Re/Max 2019 Quest for Excellence bursary valued at $1,000, during their school commencement ceremonies.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada teamed up with the WHL, Re/Max of Western Canada and Don Cherry to bring awareness to the organ donation campaign.


The Western Hockey League and Re/Max of Western Canada announced that over $460,000 was raised through two seasons of the Re/Max Presents: WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry to Promote Organ Donation campaign.

From left: Don Cherry, WHL commissioner Ron Robison and Jeremy Cossette of Re/Max of Western Canada present a cheque for $265,500 to Kurtis Krug of the Kidney Foundation of Canada the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup in Regina.


The Western Hockey League, in partnership with Re/Max, raised more than $265,500 to promote organ donation in an event spearheaded by hockey personality Don Cherry.


More than one in four Canadian homebuyers report feeling pinched by the mortgage stress test regulations, says a recent Re/Max survey conducted by Leger.