The long awaited time of the year is here! Yes, it’s almost unbelievable that Santa is already packing presents and preparing his sled. Here’s our list of the best things to do, and it’s not just about Christmas. Some events don’t include red and green colour—but all of them are worth visiting. Enjoy this peaceful time of the year and let us know which events you found interesting!
Toronto Christmas Market
Date: November 20 – December 20
Location: Distillery District
Admission: weekdays free, weekends …More
The L Tower at Front Street in Toronto was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. This iconic landmark has it all – wonderful design, spectacular amenities, and pretty good location, too. During these cold days it’s top is fading away in the winter fog.
The record-hitting trend in Toronto’s real estate market hasn’t stopped so far. Last month Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported record home sales for the month of October. A total of 8,804 properties were sold in the GTA, representing a growth of almost three per cent.
“It is clear that many GTA households remain upbeat about home ownership because owning a home represents a high quality, long-term investment. We will see a big, new record this year for home sales reported through …More
If October satisfied your pumpkin cravings or you had enough of Halloween costumes and seeing orange colour wherever you look, you will love our list of events for November.
Most seagull species are moving to warmer places during the winter. Yes, winter is coming – but don’t worry, the upcoming season is going to be as beautiful as the blue sky on the picture taken by talented Eskimo Jo!
Toronto is an amazing city with an array of kids’ birthday party options. For those looking to keep their child’s party out of the house, here are a few fun kids’ birthday party ideas that range from fascinating to out of this world. Many offer on-site staff to help manage or completely manage your child’s birthday, taking the pressure off you so you can be a guest and enjoy the party too. Check out our favourite places to host children’s …More
After a one-month break, we’ve seen a new record in home sales in September. Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported a record number of home transactions last month: 8,200 home sales were reported through the TREB’s MLS® system, representing a 1.85 per cent increase compared to 8,051 sales in September 2014. The sales activity for The City of Toronto has increased by 2.42 per cent, to 3,137 sales. TREB MLS® sales over the first three quarters of this year reached 80,712. …More
Fall has come, bringing us colder weather and shorter days. But it’s definitely not a reason to be sad! It’s the season full of colours, the smell of pumpkins, delicious comfort food and last but not the least—great events! It’s a tradition that we choose the best ones for you and this month is not an exception. Which one would you like to attend?
Taylor Swift: The 1989 World Tour
Date: October 2 – 3
Location: Rogers Centre
Admission: from $60.30 to $153
September is here and kids are back to school. However, some buses were too old and ended up here.
Despite personal computers, the Internet, and a host of nifty hand-held gadgets, old-school tabletop games have never been more popular or diverse. With increasingly higher levels of geekiness becoming fashionable, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that activities like role playing games are becoming mainstream.
It also shouldn’t come as a surprise that businesses have caught on to the trend, and hobby and game stores (as well as the newer game cafes) are popping up like ground hogs after …More