Mike Holmes

TV Show Host

Mike Holmes was born in Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada on August 3rd, 1963 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 60, Mike Holmes biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
August 3, 1963
Nationality
Canada
Place of Birth
Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
Age
60 years old
Zodiac Sign
Leo
Networth
$30 Million
Profession
Television Presenter
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Mike Holmes Career

Mike Holmes' first starring series was Holmes on Homes, which premiered in 2003, on Corus Entertainment's HGTV Canada.

In June 2019, Bell Media announced a new development deal with Holmes, ending his relationship with HGTV Canada. His library of programming moved airing to Gusto, which was rebranded as CTV Life Channel, and two new series were announced, including Holmes 911, and the Holmes Family Rescue for CTV in 2020.

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Mike Holmes Awards
  • 2004 Gemini Awards: Viewers' Choice Award
  • February 21, 2008 Holmes was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Technology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT).
  • 2009 Gemini Awards: Holmes in New Orleans: Best Lifestyle/Practical Information Series
  • June 18, 2012: The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
  • December 2013: Holmes was appointed as a Patron of The Royal Canadian Regiment.

Locals are shivering over a 'bustling' town that has seen 15 top street names disappear in the last few years, as a deserted Banbury shopping center with rows of shuttered stores

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 11, 2024
Residents of Banbury's once-buzzing' market town have expressed disappointment at the state of their local high streets as slews of desolate shops and boarded up buildings gradually took over the town center. Some buildings in Oxfordshire's town have been deserted for months - even years, after they were closed down and boarded up. Over 15 stores have closed down over the past two years, with one of them, a council-owned shopping store just off Market Place and High Street in Banbury town center, and the others have remained empty since.

Welcome to the zombie apocalypse town: Despairing locals claim their once thriving high street is now derelict after slew of closures and new retail park opening up nearby drove shoppers away

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 10, 2024
EXCLUSIVE: Shoppers in Waterlooville, Hampshire, expressed their'sadness' today, describing how their beloved town centre would be dead if it wasn't for the supermarket. In recent years, what was once a thriving high street has lost many big name stores, including Waitrose, Wilko, Game, and Peacocks. A nearby shopping park has tempted shoppers with the allure of Marks & Spencers, 'taking the footfall'. The 'barren' high street has retained its Wetherspoons, but many locals are getting sick of only having the choice of a charity store or cafe when heading to nearby towns by car. Wendy and Eric Croad, 72 and 75, have lived in the area since 1955, but they are sad to see the area's dramatic decline.

The tiny town that runs off traffic fines: A Louisiana street that has only 226 people earns over $1 million per year from the village's targeting drivers (and if you want to appeal, you must first consult the Mayor)

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 17, 2023
A tiny town in Louisian, population 226, saw more than a $1 million in a single year, much as Louisiana's third largest city with nearly nine times the population - targeting drivers. According to ProPublica, the teen village made more money from fines and forfeitures, mainly traffic tickets, than nearly every other municipality in Louisiana. Many who have a problem with their ticket or fine should contact Mayor Eddie Alfred, Jr., who appears to play both roles. He is in charge of the town's finances as well as the town's judge.
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