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Holiday Office Hours

We would like to wish everyone and their families Merry Christmas and a safe, peaceful and happy New Year! In order to allow our team to take in the best of the season, all Gateway offices will have the following closures for the upcoming holidays: Tuesday, December 24th – Closed at 1:00 PM Wednesday, December 25th and Thursday, December 26th – Closed Tuesday, December 31st – Closed at 3:00 PM Wednesday, January 1st – Closed As always after-hours maintenance emergencies can be reported by calling in to our 24 hour dispatch: British Columbia – 604-635-5000 Alberta – 1-844-777-3865 Ontario –.

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Earth Day 2018

Earth Day 2018   In recognition of Earth Day 2018, Gateway Property Management Corporation has partnered with to plant one tree on behalf of each of our clients. Our contribution will lead to 400 new trees being planted across Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. In Quebec, the project replaces pine trees affected by a fungal disease called “gall rust”. Trees planted in this region are vital to the protection of local watershed and wildlife. In Ontario, the project rehabilitates a forested area that had previously been lost due to past human activity and industrial practices. In Alberta, the.

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Canada 150 – What Canada Means to Gateway

July 1st, 2017 will mark the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Confederation of Canada. On July 1st, 1867 Canada was recognized as an independent nation. Gateway is a proud Canadian company with employees and clients from East Coast to West Coast. As part of our Canada Day 150 celebration, we asked our team members what Canada or being Canadian meant to them. Here are some of the stories they shared: “I received my Canadian Citizenship on July 1st, 1992! They had a special ceremony at Canada Place, the Prime Minister at that time was Brian Mulroney, who attended the ceremony, shook.

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Happy Home – Kamloops

  This picture was featured recently on Global BC television and we are proud to say that it was submitted by one of our Kamloops team members. Lana gave us the inside scoop below:   “I took the picture on South Shuswap Lake near Blind Bay looking out at Copper Island.  Two minutes after I took this photo we were running for the car because the sky opened up and soaked us.   South Shuswap Lake has a beach that my family and I love – not a lot of people frequent it because it is all shale and not.

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