Toronto Design Offsite Festival (January 19 to 25) or simply TO DO returns to the streets of Toronto as a creative platform for Canada's most prominent designers.
Toronto winter by Song Lin
Throughout the year, we were expecting the market to rise steadily. We also anticipated that demand would surpass inventory in Toronto.
Hey ducks, you are in my shot! by Jackman Chiu
Hey ducks, you are in my shot! That's exactly how this photo is called! This cool pic was shot by Jackman Chiu, Toronto based graphic designer.
If you decided to stay in the city for the end of the year, you should definitely not miss the 30th annual New Year's Eve event at Nathan Phillips Square. Just like every year, Torontonians can look forward a spectacular free show with musical and interactive exhibits that will keep the crowd entertained over the freezing Canadian winter evening. The program starts at 8:00 P.M. and ends with a spectacular fireworks show that ushers in the New Year.
Nathan Phillips Square skating rink at night by The City of Toronto
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Centred on one of the most iconic parks in the city, the Cedarvale neighbourhood provides access to a breathtaking park in the Cedarvale Ravine, wonderful outdoor areas, and residents driving a strong sense of communities.
Matt MacGillivray works at Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and as a hobby he shoots photos. He took this photo on one winter afternoon during his photo walk.
The real estate market in Toronto has been hot hot hot last month! Both sales and prices went up comparing to November 2013. Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported a 7.4 per cent year-over-year rise in prices of sold properties, up from $538,347 to $577,936.
One of the key jobs of a secondary school is to help its students mature academically and prepare them for the road ahead — namely, university or college acceptance. At the high school level, the world is your oyster. Students have unlimited options in terms of career paths and areas of study. With the ideal solid educational foundations in place, students can achieve anything they set their minds to. This is why it is incredibly important to choose the most optimal secondary school location for your child's study.
Havergal College and University of Toronto Schools
A TTC "red rocket" streetcar emerges from the steam on a rainy, icy night on King Street West in Toronto in December. This photo was shot by Paul Gorbould, a Torontonian who works on the cbc.ca website and his pictures appear regularly on various known pages.
Casa Loma Conservatory by Billy Wilson
Casa Loma was built between 1911-1914 by the architect A. J. Lennox for Sir Henry Pellatt. It is a massive castle situated in Toronto.