While it is always dangerous, especially for someone like me, to sit down with a stranger and share one's life stories with a voice recorder running, that's what I did last month with the editor of The Scrivener. I was invited to do the interview following an after-dinner talk I gave at the BC Notaries' Annual General Meeting.
While much longer than anticipated, it does include some of my favourite stories about 10 years at CMHC, as a real estate consultant planning the redevelopment of the Steveston waterfront, as Development Manager for Bayshore, Project Manager for the Convention Centre Expansion, first President of the SFU Community Trust, and developer of boutique residential projects including Oak Gardens and Elm Park Place, and two Heritage Revitalization projects in West Vancouver that are currently for sale. Following the interview is an advertorial for the West Vancouver projects and an article on heating systems that should be of interest to anyone who buys a condominium. You can find a link to the full magazine here: https://www.notaries.bc.ca/resources/Upload/11-07-2019-18-14-51_Summer%202019%20Volume%2028%20Number%202.pdf