About Garry Frie

I began my farming career in 1973 at the age of 19, managing the family farm. I expanded the business to include an auto body shop. I was an early adopter of advanced farm practice, technology and crops. I served at the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Committee and as Councillor for the Town of Cudworth. I chose to retire from farming after forty successful years.

I became a Realtor®, practising farm, residential and commercial real estate. I specialize in acreage, rural towns, and farmland in northeast Saskatchewan. I joined the team at Royal Lepage Saskatoon Real Estate. We have years of experience in buying and selling homes.

My farm work ethic and small business experience set me apart from the competition. I will provide the most professional, ethical, and informed real estate service. My most important assets are honesty and integrity, making my clients friends.

Royal LePage Shelter Foundation

Giving Back with the Royal LePage Shelter FoundationAs we are committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work, Royal LePage is the only Canadian real estate company with its own charitable foundation. The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention programs.

Every dollar raised goes directly to helping the more than 30,000 women and children who are served each year by the shelters and support programs we fund. Since 1998, the Shelter Foundation has raised more than $20 million. On an annual basis, we support approximately 200 local women’s shelters and 40-50 violence prevention programs through our national partnerships. Royal LePage agents donate a portion of their commissions to the Shelter Foundation and Royal LePage offices across Canada organize local fundraising events. Our brokers, agents and staff also volunteer and provide tangible gifts (e.g. clothing, toys, gift cards) to benefit the women and children staying in their local shelters.

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