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Personally, welcome the change and inconvenience is ok. Signified growth and change :)
The highway to hell was probably paved with good intentions.
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TORONTO - Ontario's "biggest shakeup" to its liquor laws since it repealed prohibition in 1927 includes a new tax on beer and allowing it to be sold in hundreds of grocery stores, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday.

"When it comes to the sale of beer in Ontario, I'm here to announce that the status quo is over and that the days of monopoly are done," Wynne said as she released a report by a panel appointed to look at liquor sales and Crown assets.

The new tax — $1 on a case of 24 — will be phased in over four years starting Nov. 1 at 25 cents a case, which is expected to raise $100 million annually by 2019.

The government's revised agreement with the foreign-owned Beer Store — which has 80 per cent of beer sales in Ontario — includes a pledge by major brewers to cap prices on their most popular brands, which represent about 50 per cent of the market, until May 2017.

"One thing we do not want to see changed is our commitment to affordable prices," said Wynne.

Ontario will also allow beer to be sold in 450 grocery stores, and will start a pilot project to sell 12-packs of beer in Liquor Control Board stores. #Ontario  
Report looking at booze retail, possible asset sales in Ontario released today
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This is today! Final registration available online! Learn from pros about real estate investing and no consultation fees!
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Making way for new development! Clearing begins at mobile homes park | Barrie Examiner http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/2015/04/01/trees-removed-at-former-burton-avenue-mobile-homes-park-in-barrie #Barrie
It's not only the human residents who will be uprooted this summer when the Burton Avenue Mobile Homes Park closes.
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So true. How are you doing on your financing, retirement and wealth goals? #Investing
 #Canada #Wealth  


 More have savings plans, but fear they aren’t saving enough http://www.moneysense.ca/save/more-have-savings-plans-but-fear-they-arent-saving-enough via @MoneySenseMag InvestingInBarrie.com
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Fantastic!! HomeSense celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Barrie, Thursday morning.

The new store, located at 100 Park Place Blvd., covers 25,000-square-feet and offers a wide variety of brand-name and designer home fashions.

“The Barrie HomeSense will provide our customers, who live and work in the area, with the convenience, value and selection for which HomeSense has become synonymous," said company spokesperson Colleen Uncao, in a release. "With new items arriving in-store weekly, HomeSense offers shoppers an exciting destination with irresistible finds at exceptional prices.”

To celebrate the opening, the store presented a $5,000 cheque to the Women and Children's Shelter of Barrie.

#Barrie   #Community   #Giving  
HomeSense celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Barrie, Thursday morning.
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When Trouble Calls: Local police kept busy when intimacy turns ugly
Tensions are high. Voices are loud. Almost always, feelings are hurt. Sometimes, children watch on the sidelines.

On an average day, Waterloo Regional Police are dispatched 15 times to disputes involving an intimate relationship. Each response consumes, on average, three hours of police time.
http://ow.ly/LHFTX   #VAW  
It’s a pressure-cooker situation that front-line police officers face every day — a domestic dispute.
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Come learn from investor focused experts who work with people like you daily, we have in one room for one night only, to get all your questions answered: 

*Professional Full-time Property Manager 

*Real Estate Lawyer 

*Home Inspector 

*Investor REALTOR® 

*Investor Mortgage Specialist 

We have offered an educational session like this in the past and this is exactly what this is, for information and educational resources only so you can get the tools to know if this is right for you and how to move forward. There is no selling or pitches and think of this as an affordable consultation opportunity to save you time and get what you need in one night, under one roof with all these pros who do this. 

Refreshments will be available and light snack - Free parking. Bring your iPad, notebook, get a sitter for the night, grab the spouse, partner, friend, family or colleague and we'll see you there! 

*MUST RSVP* Limited seating available** Portion of proceeds will go to Youth Haven which is a non-profit organization that operates as an emergency youth shelter. 


COPY AND PASTE INTO BROWSER, MUST RSVP - NO TICKETS AT DOOR: 

http://www.meetup.com/Barrie-Real-Estate-Investment-Network/events/221547623/ 


​Facilitated by: 
AG SECURE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Inc 
Shari Elliott, Lawyer 
Amerispec Simcoe 
and host location: RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc Brokerage 
​Shannon P. Murree, ABR® 
Sales Representative 
RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc, Brokerage 
(Each Office Independently Owned & Operated) 
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Report showed Orillia had highest poverty rate in county - Funding aimed at reducing poverty | Barrie Examiner http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/2015/04/01/report-showed-orillia-had-highest-poverty-rate-in-county
Orillia is facing some challenging poverty-related issues, according to a report evaluating social conditions in the region.
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Are you a Canadian Business Woman/Entrepreneur and want to trade and do business in Brazil? Consider attending this trade mission from May 17 to 20, 2015.
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What a great night this is going to be for everyone!
The 4th annual Dancing with Easter Seals Stars Barrie will take place April 10 at Liberty North.
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Using Shannon Murree, Realtor and Property Manager with RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc, Brokerage as your online resource for information on Barrie and Area house rentals, Investment Properties, Landlording, Property Management, Community Events, News, tips, house buying, rent to own and more!

If you are:

  • looking for rental homes in Barrie; sublets, vacation rentals,furnished/unfurnished units, or shared accomodation in Barrie

  • re-locating or moving to Barrie

  • a Landlord or Investor considering buying or have bought in Barrie; have a property for rent or want to know about or HOW to rent properties...

...then Barrie Homes and Rentals.com and Investing In Barrie.com are the resource tools and the website for you!

Also, Shannon believes in giving back to her community which is why the support of Prom Blitz Project and the Barrie Women and Children's Centre. 

Shannon Murree is a Speaker and business woman offering various services in real estate from investing to property management consulting.  Shannon firmly believes in Empowering everyone - to take control of their finances, realize potential and how to build own financial independence and create wealth.


Shannon Murree is an "Investor Agent" and Ontario Licensed Realtor® with RE/MAX Chay Realty Brokerage in Barrie. Being Real Estate Investor herself, her determination and drive to help empower and educate make her a valuable asset to show others how to create wealth for themselves and be example to inspire others. 
 
In addition to her business accomplishments, Shannon is proud to be a Community Activist and Philanthropist for Women and Children causes and advocate to help them find their strength and effect individual change.
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Real Estate Investing & Property Management, Philanthropist, Women Empowerment Speaker, SIAC - Saavy Investor Agent Certification, REIN Realtor of the Year 2013, Canadian Real Estate Wealth Realtor of the Year 2013, Spirit Catcher Award Winner 2013,
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Barrie Real Estate, Barrie Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Investments, Barrie Property Managment, Shannon Pearl Murree
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Activist, Realtor, Property Manager and Real Estate Investor, Volunteer Coordinator
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Negotiating, Fundraising, Community Organizer, Social Media & Marketing, Real Estate
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  • Barrie Homes and Rentals
    Property Manager, present
  • RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc Brokerage
    Realtor, Property Manager and Real Estate Investor, Volunteer Coordinator, present
  • Prudential LeClair & Associates Realty
  • Engineering.com
  • Epson Canada (Inc)
  • Ministry of Attorney General
  • Royal Solaris Caribe
  • Royal Maeva Hoteles
  • Prom Blitz Project (previously known as Ballroom Blitz)
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152 Bayfield Street, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
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RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc, Brokerage152 Bayfield StreetBarrie, ON L4M 4V1
Shannon Murree's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Roadwork pain means gain: official
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

The highway to hell was probably paved with good intentions.

New HomeSense gives back
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

HomeSense celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Barrie, Thursday morning.

Ontario hikes beer, tax, will sell Hydro One
www.simcoe.com

Report looking at booze retail, possible asset sales in Ontario released today

When Trouble Calls: Police kept busy when intimacy turns ugly
www.therecord.com

It’s a pressure-cooker situation that front-line police officers face every day — a domestic dispute.

Clearing begins at mobile homes park
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

It's not only the human residents who will be uprooted this summer when the Burton Avenue Mobile Homes Park closes.

Funding aimed at reducing poverty
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Orillia is facing some challenging poverty-related issues, according to a report evaluating social conditions in the region.

Collingwood passes 2015 budget
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Collingwood residents will see a net increase of 0.58% on their 2015 tax bills, after Council approved the 2015 budget at its meeting Tuesda

Ready to dance
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

The 4th annual Dancing with Easter Seals Stars Barrie will take place April 10 at Liberty North.

The Female's Guide to Taking Protein | Hiit Blog
hiit-blog.dailyhiit.com

I often get asked about taking protein powder and why protein is beneficial to women. Protein is not a beneficial thing based on sex-protein

Tallying up the expenses: SEE THE NUMBERS
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Christmas cards, newsletters, artwork for the year in review, municipal conferences and renting buildings for meetings were expensed by Barr

'He feels rather foolish'
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Barrie-area businessman Daniel (Don) Van Bodegom would never have dreamed of bilking 23 investors from across Ontario out of their money, hi

Soaking up some rays
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Plugging into the sun is beginning to pay off.

Biz review site clicks
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Have something to say about a local business but feel like it would get lost on a big, multinational review site? Two men from Orillia have

Townhouse plan too tight: neighbour
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

A proposed townhouse development on Essa Road looks a little tight.

Student housing plan welcomed
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

A proposed student housing project along Barrie's Georgian Drive is getting mostly green lights.

'We are here to grant wishes'
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Milestones in a girl's life can be measured in dresses.

Poor Canadians
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

If you're sitting beside a stranger on the bus, one of you is a paycheque away from financial ruin.

Most vulnerable victims
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Three young girls walking home from the store on a sunny afternoon in south-end Barrie were the victims of an attempted abduction last Satur

'Aggressive' salespeople arrested
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

BRADFORD – Aggressive salespeople found themselves in hot water with police Thursday.

Downtown wrapped in kindness
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Random acts of kindness and goodwill are popping up downtown.

1 star is being generous. Absolutely horrible service and I would never go back there again unless the brunette lady was serving us. When we were finally met after 5 1/2 minutes of waiting at the "please be seated sign" and an empty restaurant (I timed it - no exaggeration); with no apology after we watched her sitting around corner talking and gossiping with another staff member. We asked if we could sit outside on patio since it was semi-sunny and told flatly "no, we get too busy" but looked around and didn't argue so sat down.<br> As we ordered, certain items were not available and told "no, we don't got none" so made arrangements for other things. We are guests here for the week and had been day before. I wanted to try what my husband had the day before which was the apple pie one. When it arrived, the presentation was absolutely horrible - soggy, hardly any filling, water or something all on my plate and my gluten free crepe just sitting in it. Also no ice cream and I asked politely what happened and if that was coming. Told this is how it's supposed to be when I knew from day before it wasn't and menu discloses it's inclusions. Quality control was deplorable and lacked any professionalism whatsoever. I asked if the cookie served on my plate was gluten free to be told "I don't know - I see other people eating it". I have an allergy and cannot eat it...thanks for caring. My daughter didn't like the iced tea and the caesar salad lacked flavour and dressing. Very disappointed from time day before and because of this, will not ever go back and my review. Owner needs to know there is no consistency and about this staff member. It's very unfortunate and very disappointed this person ruined our experience by lack of professionalism, caring, service and quality control. I have no problem paying for something but do expect prompt, courteous and professional service and quality food. Agree with another poster about inconsistent food because that's what you get. However, the factor of same server, whether she's manager or whoever the dirty blonde lady was - no class in service and horrible grammar skills. Just made our experience horrible and her lack of caring is why we have no intention of going back and and butt of our family jokes. We also warn others going in the area.
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