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Westside fathers make the most of their day

The middle of June not only brings the start of summer, but it’s also a time when fathers get put in the spotlight (or on the spot). Many of us have great relationships with our fathers, the kind of moments that inspire us to be good fathers ourselves. Many of us don’t have good memories of our fathers, […]

Vancouver garden daffodils

Gardening helps set down Westside roots

Gardeners in most parts of Canada traditionally consider May 24 as the date when they can safely say the risk of frost is over and it’s time to plant their gardens. A long, snowy winter and cool, wet spring mean that many gardeners in B.C. shared that sentiment this year. Now that temperatures are pushing into the 20s, many homeowners […]

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Spring cleaning adds value to your home, your life

We’ve all heard the saying that “less is more.” Yet sometimes we’re happy with what we’ve got and just need to organize it a little better. The ritual of spring cleaning can help in either case, preparing us to enjoy the year ahead with all the lightness of the lengthening days. Taking stock One of […]


Ken Wyder – 2016 Platinum Sales Award Winner

Ken Wyder receives the 2016 Platinum sales award from the managing broker of Vancouver’s highest sales office Re/Max Select Properties. This is the most recent occasion Ken has received the Platinum award. He credits strong long-term client loyalty, referrals, and a first-rate on-line presence among the keys to his ongoing success.

Pacific Spirit Regional Park daffodils

Spring breaks from the “snowpocalypse”

Up and down the West Coast, people are sick and tired of winter. You can hear it in the coffee shops and bars, you can see it in the cancelled events in your calendar. It’s been one of the hardest winters in decades, and everyone wants a break. It doesn’t matter that science blames the […]

Vancouver Westside Census map

Vancouver bewitched by market numbers

Vancouver is a city on edge. With the region’s mayors declaring a homelessness crisis, long-standing concerns about affordable housing in the city and surrounding municipalities remain on the boil. The upcoming provincial election will surely keep housing top-of-mind. There are a lot of bewitching numbers out there, however. Many people try to use them for […]

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What’s your real estate exit strategy?

Paul Simon may have crooned the 50 ways to leave your lover, but when it comes to real estate, how many of us make a new plan? Contrary to Simon’s lyric, there’s often much to discuss when it comes to setting ourselves free of a property. While most of us buy thinking that one day […]

Vancouver wine festival tasting

Westside wine shops with festival spirit

This year’s Vancouver International Wine Festival celebrates Canada, but when there’s no reason for the fun to end when the tastings finish. As a student, I often marvelled at the bottles tossed into the recycling bins of my well-to-do Point Grey neighbours. It seemed like everyone could afford more than the plonk my friends and […]

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