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With Earth Day upon us, many people use this day to think about how we can protect and help the environment. But it’s important to remember this is not just a one-day commitment. There are lots of simple ways to be a good neighbour to the environment year-round, no matter where you live. Here are six environmentally friendly habits you can adopt at home to help make a difference in your community.
If you live in an older home—or even some modern builds—there’s a good chance popcorn ceilings are commanding the overhead views. If you’re getting tired of this feature and plan to remove it, then you’ve come to the right place. Let’s find out what you need to know about removing popcorn ceilings from your home.
What is a Popcorn Ceiling?
Investing in the exterior of your home is important.
Now that spring is here (or near) in many parts of the country, it's time to start thinking about a spring tune-up for the interior and exterior of your home. As the saying goes, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." If you follow these tips every spring, you'll be sure to help prevent expensive repairs needed in and around your home. In addition, you'll be keeping your home value up. You'll also feel good about how clean and less cluttered your home looks and feels.
Lawn and Garden Care
BC Real Estate Association's alternatives criticized by finance minister.
An open letter to Finance Minister Selina Robinson:
As one of B.C.’s 24,000 Realtors, I would like to provide you with recommendations to help ensure British Columbians buying and selling real estate are well protected.
Years ago, Surrey changed its slogan from “City of Parks” to “The Future Lives Here”.
Based on 2021 Census data compiled by real-estate marketing firm rennie, the future keeps on arriving in this rapidly growing city south of the Fraser River.
A rennie briefing paper Thursday (February 10) shows that the population of Surrey grew by 9.7 percent from the last Census in 2016 to the last one in 2021.
This rate outstrips the rate of population growth for the entire Metro Vancouver region, which was 7.3 percent.
In return, Tina keeps roads safe and brings joy to all.
There's a new girl in Nakusp, B.C.; her name is Tina, and everyone is talking about her.
Tina is a turkey who just showed up in the community one day last summer and has been the talk of the town ever since.
The people of Nakusp, which has a population of about 1,000 people, has created a Facebook page for the famous fowl to keep track of her movement.