Earth Day, which is observed on April 22nd began in 1970 and went international in 1990. This year the theme for Earth Day Canada is “Take Care of the Planet”. With this theme Earth Day Canada hopes to raise awareness about the importance of taking genuine action to take care of our planet every day. To learn more and find events in your area, you can visit the Earth Day official site here. Not sure where to start? We’ve compiled the below list of ways you can practice sustainable living. By incorporating one or all of these tips into your everyday, you are helping our planet! Everyday Sustainable Living Ditch.
Vancouver, British Columbia – Tribe Property Technologies (TSXV:TRBE) (“Tribe” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has commenced trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “TRBE” effective today. Tribe simplifies residential community living through the delivery of tech-enabled community management products and services. It aims to capture an increasing share of the estimated $90 billion in payments that are collected and contributed by homeowners in communities across North America every year. Tribe’s public debut marks the next stage of its ambitious growth plans, focused on bringing digital transformation and innovation to the fragmented and largely paper-based property.
Tribe Management and Gateway Property Management Join Forces to Bring ‘Community Management Service with Heart’ Across Canada
Tribe Management Inc. (“Tribe”) and Gateway Property Management Corp. (“Gateway”) are pleased to announce that they will be joining forces to bring their tech-enabled community management service model to the traditional property management market across the country. Tribe and Gateway will now be operating under the ownership of their mutual parent company, Tribe Property Technologies Inc. This move brings two respected companies together with a goal of elevating client services throughout the industry and ‘managing communities with heart’. As communities become more complex and inter-connected than ever before, Tribe and Gateway are striving to simplify community living, while enhancing the.
Pink Shirt day began in Nova Scotia in 2007 when a student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt to class. Two older students wore pink shirts and distributed pink shirts to other boys in the school to take a stand against the bullies and support their schoolmate. You can learn more about the origin of the day here. Since 2007, February 24th has been recognized annually in Canada and around the world as a day to stand against bullying. Unfortunately bullying can happen at all levels and ages. In a 2016 study, Statistics Canada found that over 30% of Canadian workers experienced bullying from colleagues or.
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! This Earth Day, we encourage you and your family to participate in a neighbourhood safari hosted by National Geographic. Joining in is easy! Simply draw, colour, or create your favourite animal and display it in your window, doorway or even drawn with chalk on your sidewalk for all to see. NatGeo@Home has made it even easier by providing coloring pages here. Everyone can then go on their own safaris—while practicing social distancing, —and spot different animals all over the neighborhood! NatGeo@Home states “the goal is that as you walk with.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ACTION PLAN Prevention Activities Gateway Employees A communication has been sent to all employees with information on the coronavirus obtained from reliable sources. All have received Health Canada’s guidelines to prevent the spread of infections. We are currently stocking our offices with additional hand sanitizer, facial tissues, paper towels and disinfectant wipes, supplies permitting. Desks are to be cleared at the end of each day as much as possible to allow for thorough cleaning. All employees have been advised that they must stay home if they develop any of the symptoms relating to the virus or have been.
Pink Shirt Day On this day, we unite with millions of people across the world in taking a stand against bullying. The Pink Shirt Day campaign was started by two Nova Scotian teens, Travis Price and David Sheppard, after witnessing a grade 9 student being bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school on his first day. These two grade 12 students took a stand against homophobic bullying, which garnered media attention across the country. These brave boys saw a problem and hit it head on. They gathered others at their school and wore pink the following day to show.
Whether you live in an apartment, a townhome, a duplex or a single family home, you likely have at least one neighbour. Those living in multi-residential apartments or condos can end up with neighbours to the left, right, above, and below. Neighbours can have a huge impact on whether or not we enjoy our home. To be a good neighbour and allow everyone to enjoy their homes to the fullest, follow these tips. Introduce Yourself – If the opportunity arises, be sure to introduce yourself to your neighbours whether it be at a block party, Holiday function or passing each other.
The Current Market Over the past few months, you have likely heard about the rising costs of insurance premiums and deductibles in condominiums, stratas and rental properties across the country. We’ve put together the following information to help provide a better understanding of the situation as well as to provide guidance on how you can protect your investment. The current insurance business class for apartments, condos, and stratas is volatile as a result of poor performance issues in the past and recent natural disasters. Several insurers are shying away from insuring this class altogether. The remaining insurers willing to provide.
Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day and Gateway Property Management is joining the conversation around mental health. This year’s theme is Mental Health: Every Action Counts. On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Bell will donate more towards mental health initiatives in Canada by contributing 5¢ for every one of the following actions completed: Twitter – Tweet and retweet using #BellLetsTalk and/or watch the official video (here) Facebook – Use the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame and/or watch the official video (here) Instagram – Watch the official video (here) Snapchat – Send a snap using the Bell Let’s Talk filter or watch.