Grind For Kids is a new event that leverages the enthusiasm of the thousands of people in the Lower Mainland that do the Grouse Grindâ„¢ on a regular basis. People sign up and ask friends, family and co-workers pledge $1 or more for every Grouse Grind they do between June and October. At the end of the season participants will share their success with the people who have pledged them and request they fulfill their pledges.
One of the most important things you can do is to make a checklist as you search for, find and buy a home. By keeping on top of your game-plan at all times you will greatly increase your chances of success. The market for buying a home has changed immeasurably in the last couple of years so the preparation that you do for your house purchase is essential.
The Grouse Grind is Vancouver’s most used trail and is renowned for its challenge in requiring physical strength and endurance in order to make it to the top. In less than 3km, the trail climbs more than 850m. Due to the large number of people that use this trail, primarily for exercise, maintenance workers have had to build wooden stairs on much of the path in order to prevent further erosion from overuse.
For the most part, wind turbines appear to us in magazine articles or on television documentaries perhaps. But very few people have seen a wind turbine up close. And, until now, almost nobody on the planet has been able to say theyâ€™ve been inside one â€“ let alone that theyâ€™ve been to the top of one.
Friday, October 22, 2010 | 7:30 â€“ 10:30 pm | Vancouver Aquarium | Tickets $75
What happens if a strata corporation plans a major building facelift, one that includes new windows, a new roof and new paint inside and out, and the strata needs to borrow the money to pay for it?
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has reached an agreement in principle with the Commissioner of Competition regarding the application before the Competition Tribunal, subject to the approval of CREAâ€™s member boards at a Special General Meeting in St. Johnâ€™s, Newfoundland on October 24, 2010.
In the past, commercial real estate developers and entrepreneurs doing business on First Nations land have faced complex regulatory barriers.
After a strong finish to 2009, and a robust first quarter of 2010, housing starts have moderated.
If you have not been into visit James recently, now is the time! James offers incredible value – the best in the Southeast False Creek community. James will be a landmark community in this neighbourhood sought after by residents and renters alike.