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Wedding bells are ringing!

Though those wedding bells you hear may not yet be your own, there's still reason to rejoice! That's because Toronto's Bridal Show is here! On April 11, 12, and 13, you can head down to The Direct Energy Centre to scout out all the hottest wedding trends.

Wedding In Pink
Wedding In Pink

 
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Strong Sales But Low Inventory in March

The real estate market in Toronto seems to be in good shape, as the newly released monthly market report from Greater Toronto Area REALTORS reveals strong growth in March. Strong increases were recorded both in sales and average selling price, as many potential homebuyers decided to purchase now due to continuing favourable interest rates and overall homeownership affordability in the GTA.

Toronto By Small
Toronto By Small
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Photo Of The Month – Field Of Flowers

The Spring is coming! It's not freezing anymore and it's not hot, yet. In a few weeks the Spring – with the warm sun and colorful flowers – will be here.

Field Of Flowers Near Toronto City Hall By Gabriel Li
Field Of Flowers Near Toronto City Hall By Gabriel Li
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The 10 Best Foods for your Heart

According to Heart and Stroke foundation statistics, 90 per cent of Canadians have at least one risk factor for heart disease or stroke — like smoking, alcohol, physical inactivity, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, or diabetes. There are an estimated 70,000 heart attacks each year in Canada alone. So it's important that we understand which foods we can include in our diets to help fight these tough odds. The following are ten delicious and nutritious foods to keep in mind for your healthy heart:

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Is Toronto Safe for Cycling?

Cycling is an essential means of active transportation that provides lots of health and environmental benefits. However, many Canadians prefer other means of transportation.

Bicycle Torontp Style By James Schwartz
Bicycle Toronto Style By James Schwartz
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Top April Events in Toronto

Hercules
Hercules

Hercules 

April 5 to 30

The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts invites you to spend an evening with the ancient drama Hercules, as presented by the Canadian Opera Company. The score, composed by George Friedrich Handel, is widely considered one of his top pieces. The orchestra will be conducted by Harry Bicket, and the main stars include Eric Owens, Alice Coote, and David Daniels.

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Sales Up in GTA in February

Toronto City Hall By Sam Javanrouh
Toronto City Hall By Sam Javanrouh

Greater Toronto Area REALTORS announced that the number of transactions recorded through the Toronto MLS in February rose 2.1 per cent compared to 2013. The actual number of sales increased from 5,613 to 5,731. The best results were recorded in the condo apartment segment, where sales in the City of Toronto itself and the rest of the GTA went up 9.6 per cent and 19.6 per cent, respectively. On the other hand, semi-detached and townhouse sales figures fell 2 per cent and 5.3 per cent, respectively, compared to the same period last year.

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Photo Of The Month – Toronto Sunrise

Spring is coming to Toronto in a few weeks. The sunrise near the shore could be a perfect moment for a morning jog.

Toronto Sunrise Near Lake Ontario By John Piercy
Toronto Sunrise Near Lake Ontario By John Piercy
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Cheap Ways to Entertain Your Children during Toronto’s Winter

Winter can be tough on the kids, leaving them with so much unused energy because they're stuck spending most of their time stuck indoors. The following activities are options the whole family will enjoy — and you don't have to break the bank. You have enough expenses with snow tires and your impending hydro bill, so with these fun outings, you don't have to worry. Just enjoy your family's company and have some fun!

Ice Skating In Toronto By srv007
Ice Skating In Toronto By srv007
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Photo Essay – Harbourfront Centre Skating Rink

The city's most scenic rink is right behind the York Quay Centre and near the beautiful shoreline of Lake Ontario. The Natrel Rink has been an unparalleled skating destination in Toronto for 30 years. And it's still for FREE!

Harbourfront Centre Skating Rink in Toronto
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