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Christmas Season in Full Swing!

The big Christmas Tree is up on Main St. and local businesses have begun decorating their storefronts. A lot of great community events happening this weekend and you can see how much our community really comes together at Christmas time. The 23rd annual CJRL Miracle Marathon for the Salvation Army, Festival of Trees, and the Santa Claus parade are all happening this weekend. The Miracle Marathon is ...

"Good Things" Reno

Kudos to the wonderful renovation job the owners of Good Things are doing on the old Parker building. It looks fabulousand really is attracting a lot of attention. We can hardly wait for it to open and we get to see the inside and sample all the goodies you will be oferring. In the interim we will go over to your other location on the waterfront over by the Blue Heron. Good work folks!!

Supporting a Comminity Group!

If you don't know me, I am the hugest dog lover in the universe!  I always do what I can to help out the local group here in town called "It's a Dog's Life Fostering Network".  They are completely run on 100% volunteer efforts and have no other funding sources from city or government agencies.  This is why I am happy to present them with a unique and fun fundraising initiative for the ...

What Makes the Canadian Dream Home?

What makes the Canadian dream home? The adage "location, location, location" may need a rephrase according to the results of our recent survey! Canadians rank buying a home in which sellers have already done the renovations, and is thus move-in ready, as their number one home buying priority (25%), while location (23%) and having funds left over for personal expenses (23%) are also top ...

November - Remembrance Day and Cottage stuff

At the beginning of November, migrant songbirds such as grackles, crows and robins leave the Canadian Shield Sunday, November 3rd - Daylight Saving Time Ends November 5, 1901 - Henry Ford received a patent for the "motor carriage."  Thank goodness or we'd be walking to the cottage! In November, white-tailed deer bucks get aggressive during the fall rut November 11 - LEST WE FORGET - Remembrance ...

Marketing Expert Achievement Seal

CONGRATULATIONS!,  Kristie, Angela, and Chad they have been given the CENTURY 21 Canada Marketing Expert achievement seal for participating in the National Lead Gen Days! GREAT JOB GUYS!!

2013 Home Buyers Survey Results

Check out the results of the CENTURY 21 Canada Home Buyer Preferences National Survey

2013 Cottage Market

The end of the boating  and cottage season is upon us.  The recreational market seems to have held it's own this season.  No significant shifts in values, supply or demand.  Stable is good compared to the alternatives. Sales volumes are similar this season when compared to 2012.  But who knows, we don't expect ice on the lake for at least another month so if you are still ...

Getting ready for winter!

No matter what we say or do, we can't stop the change of seasons.  Snow is on the horizon and Winter is just around the corner.  If you live in this area you know it's always an adventure.  It's a great place to live, enjoy your community and all the great things it has to offer!

Fire Prevention Week October 6th-12th

This weeks marks the 91st Annual Fire Prevention Week with the theme this year being Kitchen Fire Prevention. Kids in every classroom across the nation have been learning about the dangers that can be prevented in the kitchen when cooking. Kitchen fires are easy to prevent but sometimes the littlest accidents turn into the biggest most dangerous fires. Kitchen fires alone account for 30% of all fires, ...