Saturday, February 21, 2015


"Everyone wants to belong, to feel included, and sometimes all a child needs is something extra to enable them to be more like everyone else". Wise words from Coquitlam's Vicky Ayers as she donates $28,000 to Variety - The Children's Charity of BC- with Steve Darling from Global TV at the Telethon, Feb.15. In spite of suffering a major stroke this year, Vicky still persisted in her fund raising efforts with this awesome result. She is supporting the 'I CAN' program which provides expensive and highly specialised equipment to the children who need it. Way to go Vicky!!

Friday, February 20, 2015


What a week - last Friday, Valentine's Day, this Thursday Lunar New Year. The power of love and the power of renewal. Romantic love was well celebrated last week and this week, the love of community is evident as Cristall Group Investments supply space at 2552 Barnet Hwy, totally at their expense, to serve the victims of the fire at Pacific and Glen. Kudos to Wayne Tullis, local commercial realtor with McDonald Rlty,for making this happen. The help effort has been spearheaded by Eagleridge United Church which has coordinated the depot where residents can drop off their donations of toiletries, clothes and non perishable food items to aid the homeless fire victims. If you would like to help please drop donations at 2552 Barnet Hwy.
For our Asian friends and clients, today starts the Year of the Sheep - Gung Hay Fat Choi - Happy New Year! Red and gold are this weekend's colors.
Have a great week. And remember, when it comes to real estate, we have you covered. Sheila

Friday, February 6, 2015


Not only is it Friday, but also the start of a long weekend. Whether you're skiing at Whistler or cosily hunkering down at home to escape the Pineapple Express, we hope you enjoy every moment. If you're looking for something different, how about a retro technology fair? The mysteries of rotary phones, cassette players, Polaroid cameras and vinyl on the turntable can be explored with lots of other gadgets & equipment from the past. Alongside the retro is the future with examples of interactive modern technology & new console games - sounds like a great creative way to avoid the rain! All taking place at Port Moody Library this Saturday (Feb 7) 10am - 2pm.
If excellent food is more to your liking, there are some tickets left for the Eat Your Heart Out event, March 2. This is our local dine around starting at Port Moody Galleria, then by Vancouver Trolley bus to enjoy a signature dish at 3 local restaurants followed by dessert back at the Galleria. Exciting raffle prizes, lots of fun and a great cause - Eagleridge Hospital Foundation, bringing us much needed new equipment. For tickets, go on line to the hospital website or call the Foundation office - 604-469-3128.
Interest rates staggeringly low - hard to believe! Remember, when it comes to real estate, we have you covered! Have a wonderful long weekend. Sheila