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When you make the important decision to buy or sell a home, I am committed to going the extra mile to ensure that all of your needs are successfully met in a professional and honest manner. For Service and Commitment, let me help guide you with your next purchase or sale.

 

I make myself available at all times. My web site is here to help you 24 hours a day. You can search listings at your own convenience, browse reports, and read up on real estate info on your own terms. When you are ready to see a listing in person, or just have a simple question, please dont hesitate to contact me!

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Latest News

Policy alignment, predictability to mark Canada-U.S. relationship under Biden, ambassador says
Kirsten Hillman, Canada's Ambassador to the U.S.

The shared priorities between this country and its southern neighbour — including the COVID-19 crisis, economic recovery and climate policy — will define the Canada-U.S. relationship under a Biden presidency, Canada’s ambassador to the United States says.

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Airlines face stiff public relations headwind as they prepare Boeing 737 Max for return to passenger service
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Canadian carriers are rolling out new safety campaigns and policies to ease public skepticism about the 737 Max as they ready for the jet's first Canadian flights after being grounded for nearly two years.

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Canada urges quick fix to vaccine disruptions as COVID-19 cases top 700,000
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RCMP issue third $2,300 fine to organizer of anti-mask rally in Kelowna
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Kelowna RCMP issued a $2,300 fine to the organizer of a protest in the city's downtown area on Saturday that contravened provincial public health orders related to COVID-19. The same organizer has now been fined three times.

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As B.C.'s COVID cases keep rising outside the Lower Mainland, so do debates about following orders
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For the last month, active cases have plunged in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley and risen everywhere else. Adjusted for population, the biggest hot spots in the province are now places like Fort St. John, Golden, Burns Lake and Revelstoke. 

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B.C. tourism industry decries premier's inquiries to implement travel ban
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British Columbia's tourism industry says implementing an inter-provincial travel plan would decimate what's left of the sector's operators. 

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month mitigates social isolation for caregivers
"You are basically the mother to your mother and that is a very unique experience," Mison said.
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Alzheimers Society of B.C. connects virtually with caregivers to mitigate isolation
January is Alzheimer’s awareness month and for many families, it can be a devastating diagnosis. The Alzheimers Society of B.C. is hoping to lighten the load on those diagnosed and their loved ones who become caretakers.
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Kelowna residents notice rise in suspicious activity
“I wasn't even in bed for five minutes and somebody rang my doorbell, opened my door and walked right in,” said a Kelowna resident.
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