Toronto real estate
- Distillery District
- Seaton Village
- St. Lawrence Market
- Lytton Park
- Lawrence Park
IFOA – October 23 to November 2
In October, Toronto will become one of the global hot spots of contemporary world literature. The 35th annual International Festival of Authors will once again attract some of the greatest writers and thousands of their readers for 11 days filled with public readings, discussions, interviews, and book signing events.Continue reading
Even though there is a clear shortage of listings in some market segments and the prices keep rising, the number of homes sold through the TorontoMLS system keeps increasing.Continue reading
The real estate market has been exceptionally busy this summer with a surprisingly large number of home buyers looking for properties, attending open houses and bidding.Continue reading
Toronto is absolutely full to the brim with wonderful schools — elementary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions — that give the city's children and youth a promising and diverse education, no doubt leading them on the road to success and happiness. There are a few schools, though, that really stand out.
Crystal clear morning, crystal clear head, dirty shoes. Stopping just to capture the clarity of vision and the mind. That's why we run, that's why every detail matters.
September 4 to September 14
Choosing a top September event couldn't be easier. The Toronto International Film Festival hits the streets of Toronto soon and, once again, we can look forward to excellent film programming and a bunch of Hollywood celebrities wandering around the city.
The festival will open with the world premiere of Black and White, the story of a widowed man who raises his granddaughter. The main character is played by Kevin Costner, who is certainly hoping for a comeback in Toronto.Continue reading
Located at Toronto's picturesque Centre Island amusement park, Far Enough Farm has been a popular tourist spot since 1959, making it one of the oldest attractions in the city.Continue reading
The real estate market this month has been slower but is still rolling along. The fall is normally a very busy time for buyers and sellers, much like the Spring.Continue reading
Toronto was the ninth city to host Što Te Nema, meaning both “Why are you not here?” and “Where have you been?.”
The Toronto Bosnian community commemorated the Srebrenica genocide marking the 19th anniversary of Europe’s worst massacre since the Second World War.