(kirat karo, naam jaapo, vand shako)
Anter Singh’s STORY
Anter Singh began participating in religious and educational activities with his friends around the age of 10. Many of them have remained friends over the years.
His parents have always been a great source of inspiration for him. He was born in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) in 1969. He grew up in a large and loving family. His parents went to England in 1987; meanwhile, Anter went to college, where he studied Electronic Engineering and graduated from this program at the age of 20. Following his father’s footsteps, Anter went to England and, after a few years, decided to move to Canada. He fell in love with the country and was determined to work hard and build a future for himself. Anter Singh started working in retail sales and worked as a manager. In 1998 he began working for Kodak, formerly known as Creo, as a Tester until 2006.
In 1998, Anter Singh met and married his wife Jatinder Kaur. Who blessed him with the birth of his daughter, Jasneet Kaur, in 1999, and the birth of his son, Gurshan Singh, in 2002.
Anter was interested in building his own home and decided to purchase a piece of land. The whole building process was very interesting for him, and he found the Real Estate industry very appealing. He began to think about Real Estate and how his many skills could be applied to achieve success in this field.
In 2007 he took the leap and joined Remax. Anter ultimately found eXp Realty through Harmeet Singh and his wife; who is also an eXp agent. Anter found that as a brokerage eXp align best with his values. He loved the business models they supply and the great tools, training, and flexibility.
“Everything is virtual. It is a leading-edge, growing company. They have tremendous support systems and good share plans. Plus, you are very much your own boss.”
His daughter, Jasneet Kaur, completed her bachelor’s from SFU, and she decided to pursue a Real Estate licence as well. His son, Gurshan Singh, is attending KPU and hopes to follow in his father’s and sisters’ footsteps one day. “I have been very blessed in my life, Waheguru Ji has given me so much, and I am forever thankful.”
His mom passed away in 2009. His dad is turning 90 this year. Anter hopes to have his family get together to celebrate his father’s milestone birthday.
Anter Singh has recently been awarded a Medallion from the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board and achieved ICON agent status with eXp. “I invest my time in helping my clients. I want to ensure that my clients know that I care for them and their happiness when finding and/or selling their home. I want to help them find the right place to raise their family and build their life.
Most of my business comes from personal referrals. Show people you care and are willing to work hard, and it will reflect in your business.”
The secret to success is keeping your faith in Waheguru Ji. We can run after success and money all we want, but in reality, it’s God who gives us all that we have.
Peninsula Runners is the brainchild of two Canadian Olympians who transformed the South Surrey – White Rock scene in 1996 when they brought their passion for running to the community: National record holders and multiple Vancouver Sun Run winners Paul Williams and Lynn Kanuka (Olympic Bronze Medalist, 1984).
Pen Run hosts fun runs, trail runs, road races and more, including the ‘Fort Langley Half’ marathon, the Run for Water and the Campbell Valley Wine Run, the name of which speaks for itself. From the nature of the events Pen Run puts on, one can see that giving back and supporting the community is at the heart of what they do.
Pen Run (Peninsula Runners Ltd.) has two stores. One in South Surrey and one in Langley. The one in Langley has a new location right on 88th near the Circle K. Pen Run has everything you need for running, jogging and exercise walking.
Pen Run is more than a couple of stores. It is an opportunity to join
a vibrant, healthy community and change your life for the better.
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What began as community-based blood drives in BC has blossomed into an annual campaign that draws thousands of donors to dozens of events across Canada and has spread to other major cities across the globe. Since 1999 the Sikh Nation blood donation campaign has helped save over 165,000 lives and is the most significant contributor to the Canadian blood services pledge-based partners for life (PFL)program.