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Toronto

This Newly Renovated Toronto Home Offers The Best Of Both Worlds

This newly renovated single family home is perfect for those who crave the quiet of the suburbs but the convenience of the big city.

Porter Is Offering 20-Minute Flights Between Toronto And Muskoka

Getting from Toronto to Muskoka just got a whole lot faster.

How Much Income A Single Person Needs To Live Comfortably In Toronto

When you reach a certain age, living with roommates (or your parents) might seem laughable.

U Of T Receives Biggest Donation In History For New AI Building

The University of Toronto just received a $100M donation to put towards a new innovation centre dedicated to studying artificial intelligence.

Toronto Rentals Aren’t Getting Any Cheaper, National Rent Report Finds

High rent continues to plague Toronto despite affordability concerns.

Everything You Need To Know About The Upcoming TTC Fare Hike

Just a reminder, the cost of taking the TTC is going up next month.

Site Seeing With Hume: The Monde Condo Gets Its Grade

The Monde condo on Queens Quay E. at Bonneycastle St. is not the best building Moshe Safdie ever designed, but here on Toronto’s waterfront, it looks great.

TREB Concerned About City Council’s Motion To Hike Land Transfer Tax

Toronto City Council is voting on whether or not to increase the Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT).

Toronto’s Fairview Mall Gets $80 Million For A Major Makeover

One of Toronto’s biggest malls is getting a lavish makeover.

Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Mar. 29-31)

It’s the Blue Jays Home Opener Weekend, so you can count on some additional traffic around the Rogers Centre this weekend.

TTC Subway Closures: 10 Stations Closed This Weekend (Mar. 30 – 31)

The seemingly never-ending installation of the TTC’s new Automatic Train Control signalling system continues this weekend.

10 Cheap Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend (Mar. 29-31)

Nothing to do this weekend? No excuses, there’s always something happening in Toronto and this weekend is certainly no exception.

Cherry Blossom Season Brings A Ban On Parking In High Park

With the amount of pedestrians walking around High Park, it’s safe to say most drivers don’t want to be there anyway.

Canada

Short- Vs. Long-Term Mortgage Amortization Periods: Which is Best?

When it comes to monthly bills, your mortgage payments are bound to be some of the biggest.

Gimme Shelter From The Shelter System: The Human Fallout Of Housing Insecurity

n 2018, a total of 23 men died in Toronto’s homeless shelters.

A $500K Home Looks Very Different Across Ontario

The type of home you can get for $500K depends very much on where you buy it.

What Condo Buyers Need To Know About Status Certificates

Planning on buying a condo? Before you sign on the dotted line, you’ll want to pull together a status certificate to ensure the condo you’re investing in is worth it.

3 In 4 Canadians Prioritize Saving Money Over Paying Off Debt: Survey

If you’d rather save money than pay off your mortgage, you’re not alone.

Only 2 Of Canada’s 10 Most Expensive Penthouses Are In Toronto

When it comes to luxury real estate, Vancouver is still at the top of the list.

GO Transit Is Expanding To Give Commuters More Options

Big changes are coming to GO Transit in April. But don’t worry, it’s good news.

International

Buyers And Bidding Wars: How To Come Out The Winner

Toronto’s housing market may have slowed down somewhat recently compared to how sizzling hot it’s been over the past few years, but it’s still a relatively hot market today.

10 Genius Ikea Hacks That Will Take Your Bedroom To The Next Level

There’s no home furniture store that sells pieces quite as versatile as Ikea.

Ask An Agent: How Am I Supposed To Respond To A Low-Ball Offer?

Erik Paige knows what it’s like when unexpected circumstances up-end your original plans.

A Nostalgic Look At Old School Tech We Couldn’t Live Without  

Oh sure, sometimes what’s old is new again – like turntables and big headphones – but most of these old school items have evolved for the better.

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