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Nearly 40 per cent of Toronto condo owners don’t actually live in their properties.
Living in downtown Toronto certainly has its perks; namely, being close to work and entertainment.
Scarborough Bluffs — the hulking, crumbling, breathtaking figure looming over a stretch of Lake Ontario’s northern shore.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre is about to make history.
The race doesn’t officially start until Friday, but there are already several roads closed in the city for the Honda Indy.
Okay, it’s not exactly a condo but 77 Elm Street, the Alan Brown Building, ranks as one of the most bizarre examples of residential architecture in Toronto.
Canadian housing starts picked up in June, and Toronto is doing its job to keep pace.
Niagara Falls is the perfect destination for those looking to escape Toronto for a weekend.
Imagine this scenario: you are newly disabled and you’ve just been discharged from rehab.
For the second weekend in a row, TTC subway service on Lines 1 and 2 will be interrupted for track and beam replacement work.
It’s another busy weekend in the City of Toronto.
There’s always something happening in Toronto, and this weekend is no exception.
There are a lot of factors that influence the Canadian housing market, and seniors are certainly one of them.
Torontonians are considering cottages instead of city homes and we can’t blame them.
Toronto and Vancouver have competition when it comes to luxury real estate.
You may have heard how HELOCs can get you in financial trouble but, used responsibly, they can actually help you pay down your mortgage faster.
Good news for gadget lovers running low on cash: your local dollar store has a growing selection of consumer electronics.