Royal LePage Black Tusk Realty

Royal LePage Black Tusk Realty is a champion of the arts in Squamish and helps the Squamish Arts Council and its programs thrive through sponsorship.

About

Royal LePage Black Tusk agents have expert knowledge of the Squamish area because they not only live, work and play here, but they are the people who have helped build and support the community over the years. As a company, their commitment to the community is part of who they are, and have backed that commitment up through contributions to organizations, events, and causes
that make Squamish a better place to live, and visit.

Visit them at www.blacktuskrealty.com

Learn more about the people who help contribute to our community here in Squamish and support fostering a vibrant arts sector!

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Alyssa Wilson

is involved in supporting various local small businesses and enjoys the rivers of Squamish, local lakes and trail systems. You can find Alyssa enjoying the outdoors all year round, volunteering at community events and supporting local talents and businesses. She genuinely cares about people

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Marianne Wilson

A proud resident since 1962, she grew up enjoying all the outdoor activities that the Sea to Sky corridor had to offer. She’s also been a member of the Squamish Chamber of Commerce, past President of the Squamish Community Foundation, and a past volunteer for local community events such as the Test of Metal Mountain Bike Race.

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Michelle Winslow

has been a volunteer for the Sea to Sky SPCA for many years and is on the Community Council Fundraising committee and also help with all their events. In addition to helping my clients find their homes, I am also very passionate about helping animals find their forever homes too! Michelle personally loves art and all that it represents whether it is viewing other works of art in galleries or creating her own art.

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Georgia Richards

has been supporting local artists through real estate by purchasing local art for her new home buyers. Michelle has encouraged new Squamish residents to support local artists and to help build community with the purchase of their new home. She used to own a store in Squamish that sold a number of local artist’s pieces and always use local art when staging or decorating homes around town.

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Georgia Richards

has been supporting local artists through real estate by purchasing local art for her new home buyers. Michelle has encouraged new Squamish residents to support local artists and to help build community with the purchase of their new home. She used to own a store in Squamish that sold a number of local artist’s pieces and always use local art when staging or decorating homes around town.

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Barbara M. Brandreth

A local within the community since 1976, she and her husband Danny have raised their family and been a part of the Squamish corridor since then.

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Matt Ciesielski

loves Squamish and can often be found promoting the community and enjoying everything that the Sea-to-Sky Corridor has to offer as well as volunteer with the BCSPCA. When he is not in the office, he can be found mountain biking, rock climbing, or backcountry touring/snowboarding. Squamish is a place that offers a fulfilling life for families and individuals of all ages and interests. It is a tight knit community that has a warm and neighbourly feel. There is an incredible network of inspiring people living and sharing the unique Squamish lifestyle.

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Michael Tremblay

is actively involved in the Squamish Breakfast Club as a community volunteer. In his spare time you will find Michael gardening with his family. He also enjoy ice hockey, biking, hiking and all that Squamish has to offer!

Interested in partnering with the Squamish Arts Council to help drive a vibrant arts sector? Get in touch with us!

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