About BOMA Nova ScotiaThe Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) Nova Scotia is one of the eleven federated locals that together form BOMA Canada, which represents over 3,100 Canadian members in the industry and over 2.1 Billion square feet of office space. Since its origins in the United States in 1907 BOMA has grown and prospered, dedicating itself to establishing best practices and researching real estate topics that would be valuable to commercial real estate managers, operators and suppliers. Our mandate at BOMA Nova Scotia is to provide commercial real estate leadership and support throughout Nova Scotia.
Mission StatementTo actively represent our members, through education, networking and lobbying, in matters affecting the ownership, management and operation of commercial properties.
Dan Bourque, RPA
On behalf of BOMA Nova Scotia I would like to welcome our members and guests to our NEW website. The site offers our members a more integrated experience, with features that help you to connect, learn and get involved more easily.
We encourage everyone to take a look around the website, and explore some of the features incorporated. If you are a member, you should LOG IN to take advantage of some of the member only features... meet other BOMA members, check out the resource library and check your member profile has the most up to date information. If you would like to make changes, you now have the opportunity to edit this yourself.
You can also register for our upcoming events using the new events calendar and portal. Register yourself, colleagues and guests online, pay and access receipts, all online.
We would love to hear what you think of the new format. Leave us a comment, email us at email@example.com, or call our office at 902-425-3717.
BOMA Nova Scotia has moved to a new location. You can now find us at Suite 530, 1718 Argyle Street, Halifax.
Mark your calendars! BOMA Nova Scotia's annual golf tournament will return to Glen Arbour on June 17th.
Join us on February 25th for our next virtual update. Lane Farguson of the Port of Halifax and Deb Page and John MacKenzie of Develop Nova Scotia will be joining us to give virtual updates on their latest projects.