Each year, CLV Group and InterRent REIT participate in a week of charitable giving around the holidays. This year, our Week of Giving takes place from December 10-14th. Angel Tree - December 10th Our Week of Giving kicks off with an Angel Tree, organized by the Youth Services Bureau. Names of children are provided along with wish list items that can be purchased. Staff members select an Angel [...]
 
 
 
The season of giving is upon us and CLV Group & InterRent REIT are embracing the season early this year. On Thursday, November 22nd, 2018, the women of CLV Group & InterRent in Ottawa got together at LIV apartments to enjoy a packing party in support of The Shoebox Project supporting women impacted by homelessness in Canada and the U.S.A. The Shoebox Project supports 14 shelters in t[...]
 
 
 
Over the weekend, CLV Group and InterRent REIT participated in the 49th annual Help Santa Toy Parade in support of the Ottawa Professional Firefighters Association who collect toys during the parade for less fortunate children in the Ottawa-Carleton regions. CLV Group walked alongside dozens of floats throughout the parade with hundreds of eager young faces awaiting Santa’s arrival. Parade floa[...]
 
 
Minimalistischer Weihnachtsbaum zu Weihnachten auf roter Grußkarte
 
Avec le temps, les fêtes du mois de décembre sont devenues synonymes de la consommation, et non de moments heureux avec nos proches. Voici quelques trucs et astuces pour évider de se faire prendre par la folie des fêtes, pour avoir un meilleur impact sur l’environnement et pour se concentrer sur ce qui compte vraiment. Cadeaux Nous ressentons souvent le besoin d’acheter des cadeaux pour toute no[...]
 
 
 
One of our main goals as a company is to improve the lives and communities in which our residents’ live. We put such a strong focus on making sure that our residents have a safe and comfortable place to call home, in a safe and comfortable neighbourhood – which is achieved through safety measures, property upgrades and community involvement. On November 5th, 2018, businesses, groups and people [...]
 
 
 
Last Friday, October 26th, CLV Group’s donation to Sun Youth Organization was highlighted in the daily publication of the 24 Heures Montréal. On September 28th, Sun Youth welcomed CLV representatives to receive a cheque of $25,000 to fund the Sports & Recreation and the Food Bank programs. Sun Youth operates throughout the whole Montreal area and truly makes a difference in the lives of[...]
 
 
 
Vendredi dernier, le 26 octobre, le don du Groupe CLV à Jeunesse au Soleil fut souligné dans le journal quotidien 24 Heures Montréal. Le 28 septembre, Jeunesse au Soleil a accueilli quelques membres de l’équipe du Groupe CLV afin de faire la remise officielle du chèque de 25 000$ qui financera les programmes de Sports & Loisirs et de banque alimentaire. Jeunesse au Soleil œuvre dans tout [...]
 
 
 
On October 26th and October 27th, CLV Group and InterRent REIT hosted packing parties in Montréal, Burlington and Ottawa in support of Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child, in conjunction with Samaritans Purse, sends shoeboxes filled with gifts and essential supplies for young children in war-torn or underdeveloped countries. As the largest children’s Christmas program in the wo[...]
 
 
 
On Friday, September, 21st 2018, Ottawa and the surrounding area experienced something never before seen in the National Capital Region (NCR). Environment Canada confirmed that six tornados touched down in the NCR with speeds reaching up to 265 km/h, also known as an EF3 tornado. Ottawa’s Nepean neighbourhood, Gatineau, and Dunrobin were hit the hardest, however many neighbourhoods experienced exc[...]
 
 
 
Last Tuesday, a few CLV Group representatives along with Mike McGahan (President, CLV Group) had the pleasure of meeting with Sun Youth Organization for a very special cheque presentation. After a first donation of $15,000 last year, we decided to increase our support this year to make an even greater impact within our communities. A total amount of $25,000 was donated, from which $15,000 went tow[...]