|To assist BREB Members concerned about marijuana grow houses/clandestine labs, BREB and its Government Relations Advisory Council have worked with Peel Regional Police in providing us a list of grow ops homes & clandestine labs in the Brampton area. Peel Police will not post this list on their website but BREB is able to obtain a quarterly list from Peel Police. Please be aware that the list contains only those location that Peel Police are aware were actual grow ops. Despite their best efforts, there could be many more that were never reported to the police – just because the police have no record of a grow op/clandestine lab at a particular location does not mean that the place was not used as a grow op/clandestine lab. As a REALTOR®, it is still your due diligent to include the Grow op/Clandestine Lab clause in any offer.If you or your client have any concerns of a Brampton Grow up/Clandestine Lab Home, please send an email to email@example.com with the address. A reply email will be provided as soon as possible during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm. Verbal information will not be conveyed over the phone and BREB makes no representation or warranty of the accuracy or how current the information may be*.
If you require written confirmation from Peel Regional Police, please visit Peel Regional Police and download the request application form and submit the $5.00 payment.
OREA continues to work hard on behalf of REALTORS® for a Provincial Registry – BREB’s Government Relations Advisory Council have been lobbying for this registry and we will keep you posted on any updates.
For further information from other Towns/Cities:
Caledon – View List
Guelph – View List
Halton Hills – Download request form and fill the required information, drop off at any Halton Police Station, attach your business card and submit the $5.00 fee.
RCMP – National list
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Notice: The office will be closed on December 2, 2011 for the day. All staff will be onsite at The Brampton Golf Club participating in the Christmas Holiday Luncheon and the Bylaw & Election Meeting. Hope to see everyone there!
We will reopen Monday December 5th at 8:30 to serve you.
A chance to win a Gift Certificates to use at the REALTOR® Store or to pay your BREB fees.
All entries must be completed and sent back to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 31st , to be entered in the draw.
There are 3 Categories:
Salesperson – $100.00 BREB Gift Certificate
Broker- $100.00 BREB Gift Certificate
Manager / Broker of Record – $100.00 BREB Gift Certificate
If you have any questions please feel free to contact email@example.com
RE/MAX LEGACY REALTY INC., BROKERAGE
7070 St. Barbara Blvd #36
Date: Wednesday, November 16 • 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Location: In front of
12161 The Gore Rd
A successful Realtor®, a terrific father to two little girl’s 6 and 8, a loving husband and a caring son to his parents , a great friend to those who were lucky to know him, a very warm honest person to those who interacted with him was snatched from his loved ones by two brutal criminals on the 10th of November 2011.
As much as we want justice for him, his family and the perpetrators of the heinous crime punished for leaving him to die on the roadside after stabbing, we would like to remember his great life as a gentle soul who touched every person he met with a warm welcoming smile.
We are planning a candle light vigil for our dear friend at the site where he breathed his last to pray for his soul and show solidarity for his family in their quest for justice and closure, as there is no place for such kind of violence and criminals in our society.
Please spread the word and join in with candles to remember Devinder.
Date & Time: 16th November 2011, Wednesday, 5:00 Pm to 6:30pm
Location: In front of 12161 The Gore Rd ,
(Just north of The Gore Rd and Mayfield Road)
Caledon, Ontario L7C0Z9
For more information please contact:
Mr. Sandip Sangha Ph: 416-708-7072
Mr. Dave Mann Ph: 416-689-2984
Mr. Manpreet Mangat Ph: 416-417-0948
Mr. Ravi Hooda Ph: 416-825-5032
|November 18 from 6pm – 8pm
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
Ken Whillans Square, City Hall, 2 Wellington St. W.
Bring the family for an evening of holiday entertainment and join the Mayor and Members of Council for the annual lighting of our 65′ spruce tree
|November 19 from 5pm
Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade
Main St. (Sproule Dr to Elgin Dr.)
Join in welcoming Santa to Brampton. Find a spot along Main Street and see twinkling floats, marching bands and more than 200 costume characters.
The last time Andrea Dookhie saw Brampton real-estate agent Devinder Kumar, he was the picture of a proud, happy father, buying ice cream for his two daughters.
That’s the way Dookhie, 17, wants to remember Kumar, 38, who was left for dead at the side of a Caledon road Thursday morning.
“He was a family friend and also our real-estate agent,” she said Saturday, recalling how Kumar brought his daughters to her family’s creamery on Nov. 4.
“He was obviously totally proud of his daughters,” she said. “He was a good family man.”
Her high opinion was typical for neighbours and associates of Kumar, who sold homes and owned rental properties.
Police found Kumar at The Gore Rd. north of Mayfield Rd. around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday with serious injuries.
He was found near a sprawling home he had listed for sale on a semirural lot. No price was listed for the home, which had parking for four cars.
Police unsuccessfully tried to save Kumar, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The area was still blocked off by police tape and cruisers Saturday.
Marlon Nurse, 29, of Caledon and Darryl Plummer, 25, of Brampton have been charged with first-degree murder. A post-mortem exam was conducted Friday, but a cause of death has yet to be announced.
“It was very shocking to hear that someone could harm that guy, because he would never get into an argument ever,” said Ravi Hooda, a real-estate agent who had done business with Kumar. “Even if someone wanted an argument, he’d keep laughing and walk away.”
Hooda added that Kumar was popular among their colleagues and would greet many of them with a bear hug.
“He was a very successful Realtor® who never had any kind of professional jealousy,” said Hooda, who also volunteered with him for the Progressive Conservatives in the recent provincial election. “It’s tough for the whole real-estate industry.”
Kumar was an engineer before working for ReMax. He leaves behind a wife, and 6- and 9-year-old daughters.
“He’s like a brilliant star, which shines for a little while and just goes away,” said Hooda. “It seems like I’ve lost a brother.”