TRENDING: The Hurontario LRT And Niagara Falls Tower

Everything you need to know to keep you in the know…

Toronto

This $1.18M Summerhill Home Is A Rare Find In A Desirable Area

This wonderfully-located three storey home is located directly across from Balfour Park and steps away from Summrhill Station, Yonge St. and fantastic shopping and dining in this highly sought after neighbourhood.

Mississauga Mayor Slams Don Cherry’s “You People” Remarks

Don Cherry’s hometown of Mississauga is a popular and welcoming city for immigrants seeking to buy homes, but that didn’t prevent its famed resident from calling them out for not wearing Remembrance Day poppies.

TTC Subway Closures: 6 Stations On Line 1 Affected (Nov. 11-14)

Several stations on Line 1 were closed early through Thursday for maintenance.

How The Toronto Christmas Market Saved The Distillery District

More than 650,000 people are slated to attend The Toronto Christmas Market during the 2019 Holiday Season.

As Snowfall Begins, Toronto Gets Ready To Address Winter Homelessness

Toronto unveiled the plans for this site, which will have space for upwards of 200 adults, providing overnight accommodation and specialized services for the homeless.

Tonight, Watch Kawhi Face The Raptors For The First Time

Kawhi Leonard faced The Raptors for the first time since joining a new team.

Liberal Leadership Hopeful Wants Free TTC But Is Cheaper Best Route?

If Liberal MPP Michael Coteau wins the leadership of his provincial party, you may someday be riding the TTC for free.

After Record-Breaking Snowfall In Toronto, There’s More To Come

Prior to Monday, the largest recorded snowfall on Nov. 11 in Toronto dated back to 1983 with three centimetres of snow. Commuters across the city had their journeys impacted by the unexpected snow, with TTC delays and poor driving conditions reported.

Hurontario LRT Already Igniting Development And Growth In Mississauga

Developers, businesses and people living and working in Mississauga and Brampton have seen the future – and it’s the major benefits already coming from the Hurontario LRT Line.

10 Things You Should Know Before Eataly Opens Today

The second you walk into Eataly, opening in the Manulife Centre at 5 p.m. Wednesday, you’ll be like, “Here, take all my money.”

Toronto Real Estate Snapshot, Powered By Zoocasa (Nov. 6–12)

The Greater Toronto Area housing market has encountered its first seasonal deep freeze, with sales activity across all home types dropping by double-digit percentages from October.

Site Seeing With Hume: Carmelina Condo Get Its Grade

Architects and building designers beware, renowned architecture critic and veteran journalist Christopher Hume is reviving his condo critiques, exclusively for TorontoStoreys.com.

Here’s What Midtown’s New ‘One Delisle’ Tower Will Look Like

‘One Delisle’ is a proposed 16-sided building to be constructed at Yonge and St. Clair in the city’s Midtown neighbourhood.

Niagara Falls Could Get A 72-Storey Mixed-Use Tower

A proposed 72-storey, mixed-use hotel tower with 275 condo units, approved at a council meeting Tuesday, will become the tallest in the city of Niagara Falls.

Here’s What Midtown’s New ‘One Delisle’ Tower Will Look Like

‘One Delisle’ is a proposed 16-sided building to be constructed at Yonge and St. Clair in the city’s Midtown neighbourhood.

Mulroney: No Funds For Hurontario LRT Extension Into Brampton Core

Transportation Minister Caroline Mulroney has told Brampton that the Progressive Conservative provincial government has no plans to fund the downtown extension of the Hurontario Street light rail transit.

Here’s What You Need To Know About The 2019 Santa Claus Parade

Not attending Sunday’s Santa Claus Parade? Don’t make any plans that involve travelling across the city, unless you want to witness the hoards of exhausted children from all corners of the GTA.

10 Things You Should Know Ahead Of The Toronto Christmas Market

The world-renowned Christmas market runs from November 14 to December 22 and is open every day except Mondays.

Toronto Street Nurse Urges Mayor To Declare State Of Emergency

CBC News reports that at least eight homeless people have died in Toronto since mid-October.

Toronto, Vancouver Have Highest Rental Prices For A One-Bedroom

Toronto and Vancouver still have the highest rents in the country for a one-bedroom apartment but 18 cities saw an upward trends in prices in October.

Here’s What Midt10 CHEAP Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend (Nov. 15-17)own’s New ‘One Delisle’ Tower Will Look Like

There’s TONS of events that are either free, cheap and sure to get you in the holiday mood.

oronto, Vancouver Have Highest Rental Prices For A One-Bedroom

Toronto and Vancouver still have the highest rents in the country for a one-bedroom apartment but 18 cities saw an upward trends in prices in October.

Brampton Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Nov. 15-17)

Steer clear of these road closures in Brampton.

Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Nov. 15-17)

Steer clear of these road closures in Toronto.

TTC Subway Closures: 11 Stations On Line 1 Affected (Nov. 16)

There will be no subway service on Line 1 between St Clair West and King stations on Saturday, Nov. 16 for Automatic Train Control signal system installation.

Toronto’s ‘Chair Girl’ Pleads Guilty To Mischief Endangering Life

Marcella Zoia, aka “Chair Girl,” has pleaded guilty to one count of mischief endangering life.

Extreme Cold Weather Alert Issued For Toronto Again

Heading to the Toronto Christmas Market or the annual Santa Parade on Sunday? Or starting your Christmas shopping pre-Black Friday?

Here’s What The 2019 Toronto Christmas Market Looks Like

It’s that special time of year when the Toronto Christmas Market takes over the Distillery District, bringing you a magical holiday wonderland.

Affordabilty And Price Matter Most To Canadian Homebuyers: CMHC Survey

Results from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC) Mortgage Consumer Survey have arrived and the findings didn’t come as much of a surprise.

Canada

Don Cherry Fired Over Despicable “You People” Rant

Rogers Sportsnet has fired Don Cherry following the outcry over his “despicable” rant against immigrants on Saturday’s popular Coach’s Corner segment of Hockey Night in Canada.

Brookfield Back In Canada With Diversified Property Investment Strategy

Now its strategy is to seek a diversified range of property investments – from Canadian hotels to condo developments. With pockets as deep as they come, Brookfield is up for basically anything large-scale.

Brian Burke Is Currently The Most Favoured Replacement For Don Cherry

Brian Burke, the former president and GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs, is currently the No. 1 favourite to be Don Cherry’s successor on “Hockey Night in Canada,” according to a popular sports betting site.

National Rise In Affordability Eludes Toronto, Vancouver Housing Markets

Toronto and Vancouver’s housing markets remain exempt from the Canadian real estate’s upswing in affordability.

International

What You Need To Disclose When Selling Your Home

Many sellers use professional home staging to strategically downplay flaws with their homes and highlight the more positive features.

Ask An Agent: Five Questions To Ask A Realtor Before Buying A Home

Jon and Isabel Amante are a father-daughter realtor team to be reckoned with.

More from Toronto Storeys

A Tribute And Thank You To Toronto’s First Responders: #TorontoTheGood

In the wake of yesterday’s heinous tragedy at Yonge St. and Finch...
Read More