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Pink Shirt day and Leap day all in one!

February 28th, 2012
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Tomorrow is not only Pink Shirt day but Leap day all in one! Happy Birthday to all those who only get to celebrate every 4 years!

February 29th 2012 is Pink Shirt Day in support of efforts to Stop Bullying of all kinds. Whether it be in the workplace, schools, home or on the internet. By wearing something pink you are supporting the efforts to STOP bullying of any kind.

In Richmond on Monday 50 ...

Only 3 days left for RRSP's

February 27th, 2012
Only 3 days left to purchase your RRSP's to go towards your 2011 taxation year. Here are links to 3 of our major banks offering advice on what you need to do!

Please give us a call and we would be happy to put you in touch with the contact information for investment professionals we know and trust.

RBC

http://www.rbcfinancialplanning.com/RBC:C6ykk6wWAAwACnCmYcQAAADi/RP-maximize-RRSP-opportunity. ...

ancestry.ca

February 25th, 2012
Last time I will talk about my hubby and his birthday...:)

My eldest gave her Dad a 3 month subscription to www.ancestry.ca and the 1st night he tried it he couldn't figure out how to unlock information. But once he did we couldn't get him to put it down. He stayed up into the wee hours of the morning a few nights this past week discovering some very interesting facts about his family and my f ...

February Cloverdale market update

February 24th, 2012

February Cloverdale market update is now online. See what's going on in Cloverdale.

http://www.myrealtytv.ca/cloverdale

18614 65th avenue, Surrey, BC

February 24th, 2012

I just finished uploading this Duplex for sale, 18614 65th avenue, Surrey, BC


Welcome home to this tastefully decorated & well maintained 1/2 duplex style townhome. This is the perfect family home with over 1900 sq.ft, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Brand new 2012 Bosch dishwasher, 2012 Frigidaire gas stove top with electric oven and new lighting fixtures throughout. Professionally painted in 201 ...

Calendar Girls

February 22nd, 2012

The other day I was talking about my husband turning 40 this past weekend. For his birthday I took him to see the play "Calendar Girls" performed at the Arts Club's theatre Company's Stanley Industrial Theatre on Granville in Vancouver.

Many of you may remember Helen Mirren's phenomenal performance in the film that came out back in 2004. It is the true story of a small group of women from the ...

BC Provinical budget to help 1st time home buyers and seniors

February 21st, 2012
For those of you that weren't aware of it the BC government came out with their provincial budget today and it held some interesting things for 1st time home buyers and seniors.

There will be a temporary one time refundable tax credit of up to $10,000 for 1st time home buyers purchasing in a newly constructed home. The credit will be calculated as five per cent of the purchase price of the hom ...

Turning 40...are you truly over the hill?

February 20th, 2012
This past weekend my husband turned 40 and he wasn't too happy about it. Somehow 30 came and went without much fuss, but 40 seems to have so much more meaning....why?

I teased him saying he's joining a new club that I am not allowed to be a part of...and that's ok with me! :) 

I always say you are only as old as you feel, I certainly don't feel old at 37 and cannot imagine that 3 years is goin ...

Have you registered to be an organ donor?

February 18th, 2012
Every morning as I get ready for work my husband has the Ellen show on TV in the background and Thursday's show caught our attention for 2 reaons. 1st of all Ellen shared the story of a fellow Canadian in need of a double lung transplant. The second reason it caught our attention was because a member of our family actually became an organ donor almost 2 years ago now. Organ donation is someth ...

HST new transitional rules announced today

February 17th, 2012
Today the BC government came out with their transitional rules for the HST when purchasing a newly constructed home.

As of April 1st the new threshold will go from $525,000 to $850,000 which is a substantial increase and with that the maximum rebate will go from $26,250 to $42,500. Considering the majority of house sales are under $850,000 this will be a big help to Buyers going forward. 

The L ...
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