Toronto Real Estate Board statistics for the May market are out and the market hasn’t slowed down so far. Sales are up by 10.6 per cent comparing to May 2015.
Summer is here, the time of festivals, amphitheatre concerts and some outdoor fun. If you are not in a rush to get out of the city for the summer and you’re looking for some great tips to spend your time while in Toronto we have this great list for you.
Want to become bilingual or educate your child in multiple languages? There are many wonderful programs available in Toronto for bilingual education.
Sean Liu, a Toronto-based photographer captured the waterfall at Edward Gardens using long exposure. Wonderful!
Toronto Real Estate Board President Mark McLean announced numbers reported through TREB’s MLS® System in April 2016.
Lisa de Jong is Toronto-based photographer. Although her primary job is not photography-related, she captures beautiful images all over our city and whatever place she visits.
It’s officially spring even in Toronto and beside rising temperature rises a need for adventure. If you don’t have plans for this month make sure to explore our collection of best events you can visit this month. Besides pop divas and Japanese anime characters having concerts you can visit food festivals, have fun with animals or at historical villages and explore what’s inside most interesting building in our city
Toronto has a large number of music schools and conservatories to help guide budding musicians in their journey.
Toronto Real Estate Board published their monthly stats along with statistics for the first quarter.
If you’re on a hunt for something interesting to do in April, search no more! Here’s our list of events that you shouldn’t miss. The next month is literally stuffed with great things to do, especially concerts, but film fans or outdoor lovers will find something too – in our city there’s always something for everyone. Are you missing your favorite? Let us know in the comments!