Privacy Policy

The Skyline Group of Companies is committed to safeguarding the personal information entrusted to the company by Residents, Investors or Employees.  Your privacy is important to us, and the following will inform you of the information that we collect from you, and how it is used. By using our Website, you are accepting the practices described in this policy.

Collection and Use of Personal Information

Personal information is data that can be used to uniquely identify or contact a single person.  It is the responsibility of all Skyline staff to maintain and keep accurate records.  We will not collect or release personal information about present or former Residents, Investors, or Employees to outside parties unless requested by them or obligated to under federal or provincial law.

We strongly believe in having transparent practices and we will happily explain the purposes for which the personal information is being collected.  Any “non-personal” information that is collected through its websites may be used for technical, research, and analytical purposes, at our discretion.

Protection of Personal Information

Skyline takes precautions — including administrative, technical, and physical measures — to safeguard your personal information against loss, theft, and misuse, as well as against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.

If information ever needs to be disclosed to a third party, we will always obtain consent, and take all reasonable steps necessary to ensure that the third party has privacy procedures and policies in place that are at least comparable to those implemented by us.

When information is no longer relevant or required, it will be destroyed, erased, or made anonymous as soon as reasonably possible.

Commitment to Your Privacy

To make sure your personal information is secure we communicate our privacy and security guidelines to all Skyline employees and strictly enforce privacy safeguards within the company.  We will readily make our policies and practices available in a variety of ways to Residents, Investors, and staff.

Privacy Questions

Issues and inquiries pertaining to Skyline Wealth Management Inc. (SWMI) should be directed to:

Vivian Salonga, Chief Compliance Officer
301 – 5 Douglas Street, Guelph, ON, N1H 2S8
Phone: 519.826.0439
Fax: 519.766.8474

All other issues and inquiries pertaining to the Skyline Group of Companies should be directed to:

Martin Castellan, Co-founder & Chief Administrative Officer
301 – 5 Douglas Street, Guelph, ON, N1H 2S8
Phone: 519.826.0439
Fax: 519.836.2320

To see a full version of the policy, please click Privacy Policy

Skyline may update its Privacy Policy from time to time. When we change the policy in a material way, a notice will be posted on our website along with the updated Privacy Policy.

SkyDev - Lorraine Roberts

Lorraine is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the development process for SkyDev projects, including design development, background studies, regulatory approvals, land acquisition applications, and building permit applications. In her role, she manages multiple project consulting teams, and liaises with Skyline’s internal development team and service companies, as well as external consultants including lenders, attorneys, architects, surveyors, engineers, and contractors.

Lorraine has been in the real estate development industry since 1998. She began her career at the City of Brampton in Land Planning, and in 2010 she shifted to the private sector with the role of Land Development Coordinator for Eastforest Homes (now Activa) in Waterloo, ON.

Previous to Skyline, Lorraine was Manager of Land Development at Losani Homes in Stoney Creek, ON, during which time she worked on a number of projects that awarded the company dozens of accolades from organizations such as Canada’s Best Managed Companies, the National Homebuilders’ Association, the Consumer Choice Awards, and the Ontario Business Achievement Awards. Her experience in managing the coordination and development of new real estate projects spans many building types including residential, industrial, retail, and mixed-use.

Lorraine’s managerial approach places importance on mentorship and team collaboration. She views the successes and achievements of her reports as the most significant demonstration of her own success, and she believes that when it comes to respect, there are no titles or positions.

Lorraine holds a diploma in Municipal Law and Municipal Administration from the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks, and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO), as well as a certificate in Project Management from the University of Waterloo. She is also an executive council member at the Royal Canadian Legion in the roles of Public Relations Officer, Youth Education Chairman, and Past President.

Carrie Lamarche P. Eng

As Vice President, Development, Carrie oversees the end-to-end real estate development process for SkyDev, from site acquisition to placement into service.

Carrie joined SkyDev with 20 years of experience in real estate development spanning multiple asset classes. She has been accountable for all steps in the development process including creation of real estate market strategies, feasibility assessment and due diligence for lease/land purchases, acquisitions, schedule management, municipal approvals, and design & construction management.

As Vice President, Design, Construction & Maintenance at Walmart Canada, Carrie oversaw maintenance and capital expenditure projects for a 30M+ square foot portfolio of retail, warehouse, and office properties, including any new store and distribution centre design & construction. Her achievements include the creation of a Sustainability Strategic Plan to reduce energy consumption by 50% by 2025, testing alternate technologies in refrigeration, solar, and wind, achieving 88% diversion of waste to landfill, and enhancing customer experience through an updated contemporary design for stores.

Carrie’s managerial approach is based in servant leadership, and centres on active listening, mentoring, and perpetuating an inclusive culture that values diverse thinking. She is an advocate of ongoing self-development and sustainable practices in both personal and professional life.

Carrie is a Professional Engineer and holds a B.A. Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. She is also a Director of the Guelph Non-Profit Housing Association, providing social housing and programs to meet the needs of Guelph’s low and moderate-income households. Her wide-ranging experience across the real estate development field makes her an asset to the SkyDev team.

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Sarah is responsible for the coordination of various residential, industrial, and retail real estate development projects, and for receiving the regulatory municipal approvals and permits required for those developments. Sarah is also responsible for the due diligence of potential acquisitions, including both vacant land and previously developed sites. Her other duties include liaising with internal stakeholders, municipal staff, third-party consultants, and architects. She oversees logistical timelines for projects including feasibility studies, applications and permits, proformas, and building design.

Sarah joined SkyDev in 2019 with previous experience in Land Development with a residential home builder, as well as Real Estate Acquisitions and Expropriation for the Ontario government. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Real Estate and Housing from the University of Guelph and is a Master of Business Administration Candidate at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University.

Andy Coutts

Vice President of Capital Projects

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Andy is the Vice President of Construction and the very first Skyline employee, having been hired by Skyline’s owners, Jason Castellan, Martin Castellan, and R. Jason Ashdown, in 2001. At that time, Andy helped Skyline manage approximately 40 student rental houses, along with a handful of Skyline’s first apartment properties. As Skyline’s apartment assets grew, Andy became a regional Property Manager for three years, moved into a CAPEX director role in 2005, and now leads the oversight of all construction in the Skyline portfolios having overseen hundreds of millions in project value over his tenure.
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Greg is responsible for leading the SkyDev team in bringing sustainable and impactful new real estate development to fruition for Skyline Group of Companies, building great places for Canadians to live, work, and shop.

Joining Skyline with more than 15 years of apartment, retail, and commercial real estate development experience, Greg has worked with several real estate development firms delivering new buildings across Canada and the United States, including Cadillac Fairview, First Gulf Corporation, and Lanterra Developments.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Housing and Real Estate Management and a Master of Land Use Planning from the University of Guelph, and a Master of Business Administration specializing in Finance and Organization studies from York University’s Schulich School of Business.