Gallery & News
- Boris Nikolovsky, BMO Nesbitt Burns and staff of BMO Bank of Montreal, Cobourg present a $2600 donation to United Way Northumberland
November, 2014 - Boris, Vice Chair of the YMCA Northumberland, presents Caroline Birch, of East Northumberland
Secondary School, Brighton, the 2014 Youth Peace Medal Recipient.
Boris Shoots Hoops for a Good Cause
April, 2014 - Boris, far right, was part of a local basketball team that raised funds for the Cobourg Branch of the United Way. They played an entertaining game against the Haarlem Ambassadors. The show is designed to be fun for people of all ages, raise funds for the community and demonstrate positive role models to youth.
Harlem Ambassadors Thrill The Crowd For The United Way
Boris Helps Out at Doggie Dip and Doo
September, 2013 - Boris selling raffle tickets during the Doggie Dip and Doo. The event raises money for the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign to send kids to camp. Over 40 dogs took a swim in the Cobourg Municipal Pool after season close, especially enjoying the Beef Brothtinis after a swim.
Boris Nikolovsky, Stephanie Campbell & Annabel Campbell and BMO Nesbitt Burns
October 18, 2012 - Thanks to the generosity of Boris, Stephanie and Annabel and BMO Nesbitt Burns, we are able to provide a new low ropes course at Camp Tiki this summer! Boris was determined that children would have an opportunity to learn to work together and overcome conflicts in a healthy way through the training and activities that the low ropes course provides and that these skills will help them be better citizens in their families, in their schools and in the community. The Low Ropes Course also allows us to provide the course year round to all our program participants, school groups and adult groups. YMCA Northumberland
Aug 8, 2012 - Camp Tiki Gives Back to Those Who Helped (Northumberland Today)
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
June 9, 2012 - Boris, 2nd from left, was among about 70 men who walked along King St West in Downtown Cobourg in support of Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre. The Centre is breaking the cycle of family violence by providing immediate shelter, counselling and prevention services throughout Northumberland County.
Launch of the YMCA Northumberland's 2012 Strong Kids Campaign
March 31, 2012 - Boris enjoyed participating in the launch of the YMCA Northumberland's 2012 Strong Kids Campaign. The campaign aims to eliminate financial barriers so that all children and youth can participate in a healthy, safe and positive environment at the Y. 'I was the recipient of the Strong Kids Campaign in my childhood. I had the opportunity to experience summer camp and have very fond memories. I know first hand the benefits of this programme and now as a parent, I want to contribute to its success for today's children,' says Boris.
May 10, 2011 - Make-a-Wish Foundation
Boris is strong supporter of the Northumberland YMCA
April, 2011 - The charitable organization supports a diverse cross section of programs. For more info visit www.ymcanorthumberland.com
10th Anniversary of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Gala
November, 2010 - Boris Nikolovsky, left, Lloyd Flemming, District Vice President, for Central and Northern Ontario, Centre, and Dwyane Clarke, Commerical Account Manager, right, attended the 10th Anniversary of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Gala. BMO Bank of Montreal has been a consistent Plantinum Sponsor of the annual event.
Boris receives Associate Portfolio Manager designation
April, 2010 - Boris has achieved his Associate Portfolio Manager designation. Take your investing to the next level and find out more about his expanded service and capabilities. Please go to the Information Page for an overview of a Managed Portfolio Account.
Boris voted People's Choice Award - July, 2009
Boris has once again been voted the People’s Choice Award for "Best Investment Advisor” in Northumberland County. *As voted by the readers of Northumberland Today
'I would like to thank the readers for acknowledging my efforts. I always strive to improve my practice through education and innovation. My top priority remains for clients to achieve peace of mind with their finances. I believe that extra effort should be devoted to ensuring that a high quality investment program is customized to each client’s personal goals and risk tolerances.' - Boris
Make-a-Wish Presentation in Community Press, Dec 11, 2008
Thank you from Cobourg Daycare
Fall, 2008 - 'Thanks Boris for helping us raise $1700 at our golf tournament.' ~ From your little friends at Cobourg Daycare!
A Cathedral Christmas
December 15, 2007 - Boris, daughter Annabel, Tanya Doxtator and Louise Clutterbuck address clients prior to the 2007 Catherdral Christmas Concert. About 100 clients enjoyed traditional Christmas music and singing.
'Dear Boris: Thank you so much for hosting 'A Cathedral Christmas'. I was so glad I was able to attend and enjoyed it thoroughly. I especially enjoyed the piano during the John Rutter number. Merry Christmas to you and your staff and family '~ Client
Boris Accepts an Award from Northumberland Health Care Foundation
November 26, 2007 - Boris and BMO Commerical Account Manager Dwyane Clark accept an award from Rhonda Cunnigham, of the Northumberland Health Care Foundation. BMO Financial Group was a Platinum Sponsor for the Foundation's 2007 Gala. The event helped raise funds for the Hospital's MRI machine.
'Atop Mount Kilauea, Hawaii. This crater is 2 x 2-1/2 miles and is 2100 degrees F and higher inside. We could feel the steam coming out of steam vents, but couldn't see the lava, as it is flowing underground. You can see the edge of the crater behind us.'
13-yr-old Daniel's Wish Comes True
August 21, 2007
Dear (Make-a-Wish) and Boris:
On behalf of Daniel and the rest of the family I want to extend a huge thank-you to Make-A-Wish Foundation and to you both for making Daniel’s wish come true. Hawai’i and the cruise were everything he had imagined and so much more, and we all enjoyed a vacation we’ll never forget.
It’s hard to pin down Daniel’s highlight of the trip. He was overwhelmed by the beauty atop Mount Haleakala, where he said to me, "I’m not sure we’re on earth anymore. It looks like we’re in heaven.” He was just as excited about the nightly live shows at the ship’s theatre - which included an illusionist on two of the nights - as well as being entertained by the waiters in the ship’s restaurants, one of whom taught him how to use chopsticks and another who wowed him with card tricks.
Our special treatment began at the American Airlines desk at Pearson airport, where they placed an American Airlines logo sticker on Daniel’s shirt. Shortly after arriving at the gate, the captain came to greet Daniel personally. Once onboard, when we told the flight attendant why Daniel was on the flight, she made a big fuss over him and later asked me, with tears in her eyes, what was wrong with him. She also announced his name as a special guest aboard the plane, and passengers wished him a good trip as they got off the ship. Daniel positively glowed!
The vessel Pride of Hawai’i was absolutely fabulous! Everything was accessible to Daniel, including a spacious cabin and bathroom, and easy access to all the restaurants, theatre, and more.
We dined at Cagney’s Steakhouse one night. As luck would have it, there was lobster on the menu that night. Daniel had the chance to eat lobster in the Maritimes two years ago and declined, and he’s been regretting it ever since. As well, we were all invited to a tour of the bridge on our last day, where Daniel got to meet the captain and have several photos taken with him.
Our excursions were fabulous – a tour up Mount Kilauea in Volcanoes National Park in Hilo, Hawai’i, where we also visited the gift shop at a Macadamia Nut Factory; the 10,000 foot climb up Mount Haleakala on Maui; a tour that took in Iao Valley State Park, Maui Tropical Plantation, and Maui Ocean Centre. On Kauai, we visited Waimea Canyon, the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific” (incredibly beautiful!), went to Luau Kalamaka and went swimming at a lovely beach in Po’ipu. The tour guides were second-to-none, incredibly helpful, entertaining, and well-versed in the culture, wildlife and even plant life on the islands – what an education! After getting off the ship on the final day, the driver from Handicabs of the Pacific drove us along the Oahu coast to Sea Life Park, where we thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to see so much marine life, some of which we couldn’t see anywhere else in the world. Daniel got to visit the Touch Pool, where he touched a sea urchin, a sand dollar, and a sea cucumber!
Once again, thank you both, and to everyone else who worked on our behalf to help create such a wonderful treat for Daniel and for our family. We also appreciated your generosity in including Daniel’s grandmother in our trip. This was yet another way everything was incredibly special. Your kindness is sincerely appreciated.
Warm regards, Sherry
Boris Helps Out at Humane Society Fundraiser on Canada Day
July 1, 2007 - Boris and best friend Angus spent an enjoyable day collecting parking fees while dispensing Milkbones in gratitude during Cobourg's Waterfront Festival. A local property owner donated space for parking. All $2015 in parking proceeds go to the Northumberland Humane Society.
Boris Supports the Northumberland Humane Society
May 22, 2007 - Dear Boris, I just wanted to thank you for being a sponsor for our Early Bird Putt for Paws Golf Tournament. This year the event brought out 53 golfers and raised $3400. Thanks so much for continued support. It truly makes a difference to the 32 kittens both at the shelter and in foster care, 22 cats, 9 dogs, 2 hamsters and 2 budgies currently in our care.
Boris accepts a cheque on behalf of the Make-a-Wish Foundation from Monika Carmichael, owner of Trent Valley Honda.
March 31, 2007 - Trent Valley Honda in Peterborough donated $100 for each new and used car sold over the winter to the Make-a-Wish Foundation. The Foundation supports children with life-threatening medical conditions and makes wishes come true for young people.
Thanks from Rotary Club of Cobourg
March 6, 2007 - 'Dear Boris, We sincerely appreciate your donation. As you are aware, all funds raised by the Sportsman's Night Annual Gourmet Dinner and Auction will be used to support worthwhile Rotary causes, such as the purchase of new medical equipment for our local Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg Christmas Magic, Northumberland Distress Centre, Lakeshore Hospice, Canadian Landmines, the Navy League Sea Cadets, the new Baltimore Arena, Victoria Square, the Salvation Army Van, variouse student awards and scholarships and the Cobourg Heritage Harbour Park. Please know that your contribution makes a real difference in the lives of those who live and work right here in our own community.'
Make-a-Wish Foundation Appreciates Boris' Involvement
February 28, 2007 - 'Dear Boris, I am pleased to have an opportunity to thank you for giving the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Toronto and Central Ontario the greatest gift possible, the gift of time.
Your help with the One Wish Gala that took place on November 23, 2006 was integral to the success of the event. Your outstanding efforts ensured the evening was one of magic, enchantment and merrriment for each of our guests.
On behalf of the children we serve, I thank you for believing in the magic of wishes! '
Boris Supports Colborne Curling Club
February, 2007 - 'Hi Boris, Your generous contribution was much appreciated - thanks for helping us out again this year with the Ladies Bonspiel.'
Thanks to Seminar Attendees
February 22, 2007 - Thank you to my new clients who attended my seminar last week on Stocks, Bonds, or Cash? Answers for the Savvy and Conservative Investor. I look forward to providing you with excellent conservative and quality advice. If you would like more investment information or would like a complimentary portfolio review, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-290-2434. Thank you.
Boris receives F.C.S.I. Designation
January, 2007 - Boris has attained the designation of Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute.
Every industry has its market leaders - people who go above and beyond to set new standards that others strive for. In Canadian financial services, these people hold the Fellow of CSI (FCSI) designation.
The FCSI designation is the most senior financial services designation available in the Canadian marketplace. The FCSI designation is reserved solely for financial services professionals that meet the highest standards for advanced education, ethical conduct, industry experience and endorsement from peers.
October, 2006 - Boris Nikolovsky is an active volunteer with the Make a Wish Foundation. As a Wish Grantor, he helps children with life-threatening illnesses realize their cherished wish. Here, Boris (far left) accompanies rock group Evanescence after lead singer Amy Lee (centre) and band members autographed a painting for fan Kimberly Caughell. He assisted Kimberly in realizing her dream of meeting the group and presenting Amy Lee with a portrait. The lead singer and band helped Kim's wish come true and showed their gratitude by signing the portrait for Kimberly.
Boris Receives 2005 People's Choice Award
2005 - Boris Nikolovsky was honoured to receive the 2005 People’s Choice Award for Favourite Investment Advisor, BMO Nesbitt Burns. The results of the survey were taken from a Reader’s Poll conducted in four local newspapers: The Port Hope Evening Guide, Cobourg Daily Star, Colborne Chronicle and the Northumberland Weekly.
"I am honoured to receive this award and I wish to thank all who supported me with their vote of confidence. I thoroughly enjoy serving my clients in Northumberland County and welcome referrals and new clients.” ~ Boris