RE/MAX was founded on the belief that by providing the best training, administrative and marketing support possible to independent business owners, they would be free to focus on what they do best – sell real estate and operate dynamic brokerages.
For over 20 years RE/MAX has been the number one real estate organization in Canada, and continually has the number one market share in virtually every region. RE/MAX has always believed in staying on the forward edge of the real estate industry, adopting and adapting the latest technology and creating innovative marketing and productivity programs.
Woven into the fabric of RE/MAX is a deep commitment to community. RE/MAX agents participate in exclusive cause-related marketing programs that contribute millions of dollars to the Children’s Miracle Network and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The Miracle Home program and the Sold on a Cure program are RE/MAX exclusive programs that allow RE/MAX Associates to generously donate and give back to their community.
When you’re ready to buy or sell your home. Choose Wisely. Choose RE/MAX.
Canadian Western Bank is an official Community Partner of the 2015 Richmond Maritime Festival. Canadian Western Bank is a Schedule 1 bank, the largest located in Western Canada. CWB has been one of the “50 Best Employers in Canada” for the last 7 years, and was awarded one of “Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures”. CWB provides a full range of financial services for both business and personal clients through 41 banking branches located in major urban centers throughout the four western provinces. Banking services include lending, leasing, deposit taking, cash management services and a full suite of wealth management products including mutual funds.
The City of Richmond works in partnership with local artists, cultural organizations, and local residents to help sustain and develop cultural and artistic heritage, traditions, skills, and individual expression. The City has also fostered a growing inventory of public art instillations and we have hosted renowned international artists and exhibits of public art in our City.
Our natural gas and electricity utilities serve 1.1 million customers across 135 communities in British Columbia. We have 2,300 dedicated employees deeply rooted in BC, where we live, work and give back.
Different than a college or university, BCIT’s approach combines small classes, applied academics and hands-on experience so that you’re ready to launch your career from day one.
CTV is Canada’s #1 private broadcaster. Featuring a wide range of quality news, sports, information, and entertainment programming, CTV has been Canada’s most-watched television network for the past 13 years in a row. CTV is a division of Bell Media, Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, digital, and Out of Home. Bell Media is owned by BCE Inc, Canada’s largest communications company. More information about CTV can be found on the network’s website at CTV.ca.
No other city publication knows more about Vancouver than the Georgia Straight. Established as the lifestyle and entertainment weekly in Vancouver for nearly 50 years, the Georgia Straight is an integral part of the active urban West Coast lifestyle with over 804,000 readers
Every Thursday, the Georgia Straight delivers an award-winning editorial package of features, articles, and reviews.
Regular weekly coverage includes Arts, Music, Fashion, Travel, Health, Food, and Restaurants, plus Vancouver’s most comprehensive listings of entertainment activities and special events.
Mainstream Broadcasting Corporation is a British Columbia media company owned and operated by local Vancouver resident and businessman, James Ho. Mainstream began its broadcasting service in 1973 as Overseas Chinese Voice (OCV). In 1993, OCV programming was incorporated into the multicultural AM radio station of CHMB AM1320, serving the needs of Vancouver’s multicultural community.