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Scourges And Scallywags Hit The Links

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Colliers Victoria raised more than $52k for the BC Cancer Foundation during a recent charity golf tournament. The pirate-themed "Scourges & Scallywags" event drew 120 clients and vendors. (Pictured: Colliers staff Alan Kennedy, Amanda Zarchukoff, Sarah Davies, Laura Savage, Carla Girvin, Marc Foucher, and Damaris Przybylski.) Guests posed for photos with a blow-up parrot, tried their luck in a coconut toss, and got inked at a temporary-tattoo parlour.


"I got tatted up a little," Colliers Victoria managing director Dave Ganong tells Bisnow. Dave (second from right, with employees Alan Kennedy, Linda Ryder, Carla Girvin, BC Cancer Foundation's Alyssa Grace, and Colliers associate Christina Dhesi) tells us Colliers is representing the province in the disposition of non-core assets, including the sale of a six-acre property adjacent to the provincial legislature. The development, with 180k SF of office space planned, is a JV between Jawl Properties and Concert Properties.