We would like to congratulate Janice on being named in the second annual BCBusiness list of the women who are shaking things up in B.C. business and beyond!
The full feature can be found in the March 2016 issue of BCBusiness now on newsstands and online at: http://www.bcbusiness.ca/hot-lists/bcs-35-most-influential-women-the-ful...
RFP Issue Date: January 4, 2016
Deadline for Applications: January 31, 2016
Submissions to: Tomi Cherniawsky at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Atira board of directors is thrilled to announce the appointment of Jeff Devins. Jeff brings with him tremendous entrepreneurial acumen and commitment to our community. His is an investor in business and real estate opportunities and provides advisory services to entrepreneurs and developers. He is a Board Member of Warlo Mortgage Investment Corporation, which invests in higher yielding first and second mortgages and through Crestwood Capital Partners Ltd. provides participating equity to qualified developers on projects and entrepreneurs with unique business opportunities.
About the Oneesan Container Housing Project
It has come to my attention that someone put up notices in buildings managed by Atira Property Management Inc. for a new rental collection scheme. The website and email address listed on the notice is neither endorsed nor managed by Atira. The individual (or individuals) responsible for this are being investigated by the police for fraud.
If you have provided any information to them, we urgently advise you to protect yourself immediately; contact your bank to stop any payments or your credit card company if you provided any credit card information.
We are very happy to annouce that the Container Housing Project won two awards at the 22ndAnnual Georgie Awards® on Saturday evening. Best Environmental Initiative and Best Innovative Feature - New or Renovation
Atira also received a special metion in a press release published by the Canadian Home Builders' Association of British Columbia on Sunday February 2nd.
"Perhaps the most noteworthy wins of the evening, awards for best environmental projects went to Atira Women's Resource Society for its recycled shipping container housing development in Vancouver."
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