Summer might be over, but fun in Toronto never ends. Our favourite city has a few amazing events still up its sleeve.
Want to become bilingual or want to provide your child with the skills necessary to become a top candidate? Consider a bilingual French and English education. The following programs are our local favourites.
Street art in Toronto is never ending source of amazing sightings as we see people interact with art in everyday situations.
Toronto Real Estate Board REALTOR® Members reported 9,989 transactions through TREB’s MLS® System in July 2016. Even though this is roughly 2,000 less than the average number of sales in June or May, it still represents the best result on record for the month of July.
The CN Tower was completed in 1976 and named after the railway company Canadian National that built the tower. In 1995, the CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
This stunning photo was captured by Scott Webb.
We updated our list of the most wonderful baby stores in Toronto! The list has changed and we added brand new photos shot by Roland Shainidze! See the article here!
The end of summer is near, so it’s time to enjoy those last days of sun and carefree fun. If you are seeking some nice events in Toronto to spend those last sunny days at, look no more!
This wonderful Monarch butterfly photo was shot by Richard BH in downtown Toronto.
TREB reported statistics for June 2016. It’s no surprise that market experienced strong demand even this month in the GTA.
There has been a recent surge in what has been coined the “pink” mortgage—when a single woman buys a property on her own. Whether or not women are thrilled with the traditional pink for “girls” and blue for “boys” descriptor, women are changing the face of real estate. Over the past several years the real estate market has become increasingly “rosy” with solitary women coming in second only to married couples as the largest home purchasing demographic.
Barbara Stewart, CFA is …More