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Toronto Real Estate Board

A record 275 exhibitors attended this year’s Realtor Quest.


More than 10,000 real estate and industry professionals attended TREB’s 19th annual Realtor Quest, Canada’s largest real estate conference and trade show.


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

John DiMichele


John DiMichele talks about building a new MLS system, how TREB gets along with CREA and OREA and reflections on the Competition Tribunal order.

Gurcharan (Garry) Bhaura (Photo: Elijah Shark)


TREB’s president 2018/19 Gurcharan (Garry) Bhaura came to Canada as a 20-year-old in search of opportunity. He found it in an accomplished career in real estate.


The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) is raising concerns about a new proposal calling for the City of Toronto to increase its Municipal Land Transfer Tax on the most expensive properties.


The Federal Court of Canada has issued an order against the operators of Mongohouse.com for unauthorized access and use of the Toronto Real Estate Board’s (TREB) MLS data, including granting a permanent injunction.

Barb Sukkau (Photo by Union Eleven Photographers)


For her year as CREA president, Barb Sukkau adopted the theme of We R One. "It means we’re stronger together," she says. "As we move forward in these challenging times, it’s important for us to work together."


Realtors are intended to be “trusted” middlemen. What a future Realtor’s role might be requires a separate article but, with absolute certainty, it won’t be gatekeepers of MLS data.

Signing the agreement, front row, from left: Marta Sponder, EO, OMDREB; Garry Bhaura, president, TREB; Rick Kedzior, president, OMDREB. Top, Michael Collins, president elect, TREB; Oliver Matas, president elect, OMDREB; John DiMichelle, CEO, TREB.


The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) and the Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board (OMDREB) have signed an agreement to swap MLS data for properties located in the Halton Hills, Oakville and Milton areas.


TREB CEO John DiMichele says that despite grumbling in the media that the board has been slow to get the data feed started, “we were up and running well before the 60 days” deadline.