RIDE BIG. LIVE BIG. On Tuesday, May 29, 2018 TEAM BEAUCHESNE will be riding the BIG BIKE for Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada!
Cardiovascular diseases a leading cause of death for Canadian men and women. As a matter of fact, every 7 minutes, someone in Canada dies from heart disease or stroke. Team Beauchesne is riding the Heart and Stroke BIG BIKE to help change that.
Will you help us by making a donation today?
All of the money raised through BIG BIKE helps support the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Donations are used to help fund critical research that's preventing heart disease and stroke, saving lives and supporting survivors and their families.
This is important because funding for research is in jeopardy
TEAM BEAUCHESNE is proud to participate in the 2018 Rock n Bowl for Kids Sake - Realtors' Challenge on March 22 in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Barrie District.
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS of BARRIE DISTRICT has been providing mentoring experiences for close to 50 years, facilitating life-changing relationships that inspire and empower local children and youth to reach their full potential both as individuals and as citizens.
When it comes to selling your home, hiring a real estate agent not only means less work, worry and risk, it means hiring someone who is knowledgeable and well-versed in all aspects of the real estate industry. You want someone who knows your neighbourhood, your community and has the experience necessary to sell your home quickly and for the best price.
Choosing to work with Team Beauchesne means you will have full support from our team of Real Estate, Sales and Marketing Specialists who will assist you with the following, from start to finish, throughout your entire real estate transaction:
Determine the asking price for your home based on real-time market analysis and extensive real estate market experience
In this Real Estate Magazine video, real estate lawyer Mark Weisleder outlines the difference between patent and latent defects, and what needs to be disclosed by the vendor when they are selling a property. Mark also offers some valuable tips for buyers on ways to tell if a property they are interested in has a checkered past.
When you work with a member of Team Beauchesne, you are working with professionals with over 15 years of experience supporting both buyers and sellers through their real estate transactions, from start to finish.
Draw upon Team Beauchesne's vast experience and market knowledge to confidently move forward in today's real estate market.
Diane (Team Leader), Jean, Sarah, Carole, Dylan, Rick and Kimberly
Connecting Essa Township and Barrie via extended transit service is deemed a success!
One year extension (with option to extend for two additional one-year periods) of transit partnership would have two buses run morning, mid-day and evening service Monday to Friday between the Allandale GO Transit Station and CFB Base Border, via Hwy 90 and Angus.
The third annual Red Scarf Campaign, leading up to World AIDS Day on December 1st, launches on November 27, 2017 in Barrie, Midland and Orillia. Four expert knitting groups have joined the Gilbert Centre to decorate these downtown streets with red scarves.
The Red Scarf Project promotes education as key in eliminating stigma and discrimination toward individuals living with HIV.
Team Beauchesne is proud to support the Gilbert Centre and we look forward to seeing Red Scarves in our community as a sign of inclusivity, education and awareness.
Loving that we live where we work!
Diane, Jean, Sarah, Carole, Dylan, Rick and Kimberly
REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONY - Saturday, November 11, 2017
Barrie, ON - The 2017 Remembrance Day Parade and Service will take place on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Memorial Square in downtown Barrie, despite the construction.
Fencing will be decorated with poppies and moved beyond the cenotaph for the ceremony.
Recent media reports are indicating increased interest to attend Remembrance Day parades and ceremonies - particularly by younger individuals. This heightened interest by this demographic is being attributed to the sharing of personal stories and experiences by our veterans.
The City of Barrie's ceremonies have been very well attended and this year's event is expected to draw a large audience again, even in a construction zone.