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Current Listings under $1 million

As hard as it might be to find any these days, we happen to have a handful of listings that fall under the $1 Million mark.

Take a look:

LOTS


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2014 Dowad Drive – $990,000

3380 Mamquam Rd – $949,000

936 Thistle Place – $899,000

HOMES


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#8-1261 Main Street – $699,000

#37 – 38177 Westway Ave – $339,000

#113-40157 Govt Rd – $215,000

41552 Brennan Rd – $999,999

206-40437 Tantalus Rd – $399,000


 

Pirate Pak Day!

PIRATE PAK DAY ISN’T JUST FOR KIDS!

Pirate Pak Day at White Spot

As they do every year, White Spot is bringing back their famous Pirate Pak Day!

On Wednesday August 15th, for every Adult and Kids Pirate Pak and select entree that they sell, they’ll make a $2 donation to the Zajac Ranch for Children – a summer camp that brings joy to children and young adults with serious medical conditions.

“Over the years you’ve helped raise over $660,000 for the Zajac Ranch,
providing hundreds of young mateys with a summer camp experience
– thank you for your support!”

Click here to view their pirate pak day menu

CHEERS TO HELPING KIDS!

Also, if you are over 19, then for every sleeve or pint of any one of our craft beers on draught, or any glass of wine from our 100% VQA wine list, our partners will donate 25¢ to Zajac Ranch.

Donations made to Zajac Ranch this year will help 400 special-needs kids saddle up and ride this season, make 800 dips in the water and toast 1300 marshmallows by the campfire!


 

Squamish ReBuild – “Free Shed”

If you didn’t already know, Squamish has it’s own not-for-profit social enterprise that diverts reusable construction ‘waste’ from the landfill and provides community members with good quality, affordable building supplies – Squamish ReBuild !

….And now they have a “Free Shed”, where items are placed that won’t cost you a thing.

They also accept donations, however, please make sure to check their web page (or click here to download a detailed list) to see what they are currently in need of and what items they may not accept due to overflow.

Donations can be dropped off anytime during business hours (7 days a week, 9 – 5pm). Items must be in good, clean, usable condition. (Please be aware that Squamish ReBuild cannot accept all donations and has the right to refuse items upon inspection. Our goal is to maintain good quality materials in the store and minimize the cost of disposing unusable donations.)

Want to volunteer?

Squamish ReBuild is always looking for volunteers. Are you looking to share your skills, meet new people and help make the world just a little bit better? Well look no further! At Squamish ReBuild an extra hand is always welcome and whether it’s getting involved with our Board of Directors or helping out with a variety of jobs around the store, we’d be thrilled to have you!
Still have questions? Give us a shout at (604) 567-5551 or send us an email. We look forward to meeting you!

New Whistler Blackcomb 2 day Edge Card

WhistlerBlackcomb 2day edge card
This winter season Whistler Blackcomb will be offering a new addition to its suite of passes
a two-day Edge card!

“We’ve taken a lot of feedback over the course of last season from some folks who felt that the five-day card didn’t deliver the kind of affordability they wanted, and so today (Aug.1) we’re announcing that there is a two-day edge card coming back,” said Marc Riddell, communications manager for Whistler Blackcomb.

The two-day Edge card will sell for $229 for an unrestricted version and $199 for a restricted version that has certain blackout periods. In comparison, day tickets for the resort last season sold for $160 during peak times.

Since taking over, Vail Resorts has reduced the cost of a seasons pass by five per cent, introduced a program that allows for five free days of skiing for kids in kindergarten to Grade 5, lowered the cost of the Spirit Pass so it’s more in line with the Epic Pass, and committed to investing $66 million in upgrades and new lifts, said Riddell.

To learn more about Whistler Blackcomb’s many pass offerings click here to visit their website.

Article cited from: https://www.piquenewsmagazine.com/whistler/whistler-blackcomb-announces-two-day-edge-card-for-coming-season/Content?oid=9898286
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Vancouver’s first Indigenous food truck

Mr. Bannock is Vancouver’s first Indigenous food truck. Their menu includes items such as Bannock (of course!), Indian Taco’s, a beef burger and a BBQ Salmon Burger.

“We take pride and joy in sharing fusion Indigenous cuisine, using traditional ingredients from Squamish Nation such as juniper berries, smoked wild salmon and meats, and traditional methods such as clay baking and stone baking,” said Chef Paul Natrall.

You can find where they are at on the daily by using Vancouver version of the popular Street Food App!
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RE/MAX Collection Magazine

The RE/MAX Collection Magazine

RE/MAX Collection Magazine


Full of only the most quality homes, The RE/MAX Collection magazine is a bimonthly publication which provides a premium showcase for luxury listings, distributed to a minimum of 20,000 readers across the United States and Canada.

View it online here, or ask Shawn, Tom or Tara for your copy, or stop by our office anytime to grab one!


 

4:25 …Are you hungry?

In light of the impending legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada this fall, Oh Henry! has announced it is launching what they’re calling the “4:25” bar this summer.

“Oh Henry! understands that with the legalization of cannabis comes new hunger needs to be met,” a product spokesperson told Daily Hive.

The company first announced back in April that it was planning to launch the new, limited edition product this summer and now it looks like those plans are coming to fruition.

Oh Henry! said the 4:25 bar takes its name from the hunger one feels five minutes after getting high and is “specifically formulated to satisfy the intense hunger craving that occurs after 4:20.”

While smaller in size than their original, the new bar – comprised of peanuts and caramel – has 7 gram of protein, versus 5 grams in the original.

As a result, the new bar is meant to leave consumers “feeling fuller when they need it most.”

The product will be available in gas stations and convenience stores across the country this summer, for a limited time, and while supplies last.

Consumers are being reminded that despite the name and perceived connection to the cannabis industry, the chocolate contains no illicit substances, and, while it is edible, it is certainly not an edible.

But could there be a cannabis-version of this product on the horizon? “No, not at this time, but you never know what the future may hold for Oh Henry! 4:25,” the spokesperson said.

 

 

(original article from: http://dailyhive.com/grow/oh-henry-425-chocolate-bar-canada-2018 )

Beautiful In Home Business Space!

Do you happen to be looking for a new home with the potential to run your business from it? Well, we happen to have just the house for you!

in home hair salon

1058 Jay Crescent in Squamish, BC, boasts a fully functional & tastefully decorated, 2 chair hair salon in-house, but could easily be transformed to suit any business idea! Take advantage of the existing value of this room and you have a huge mortgage helper.

in home hair salon

…and if business isn’t your thing, the room is also fully wired to be a media room.

in home hair salon

Call us to view or find out more information!



1058 JAY CRESCENT
$1,399,000

4Bed
5Bath
3640Sqft


Get your Double Double Delivered!

…well if you live in Vancouver anyway.

Tim Hortons  skip the dishes

Tim Hortons has partnered with food delivery service – Skip the Dishes to offer their products delivered to your door! The service is being tested in 3 major Canadian cities (Vancouver, Ottawa & Edmonton) starting Monday, & 148 restaurants will be participating. They hope to test beyond those cities in the coming months.

In September, Tim’s will also roll out a few other new tricks: a kids menu and a loyalty program.

40433 Thunderbird

West Coast Contemporary

Although built in 1976, this home has been well updated! Perfect open concept for a busy family with a spacious 9600+ sq foot lot with with fresh landscaping and 2 driveways.

The kitchen has been updated, and features plenty of room for any aspiring chef.

A block away from Garibaldi Elementary and 3 blocks to Quest University, plus income potential basement suite.