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Google’s Sidewalk Labs teams up with Waterfront Toronto to create urban community “lab” of the future at Portlands
Toronto's worldwide reputation as a technology hub was bolstered by an announcement from Google's Sidewalk Labs, who will partner with Waterfront Toronto (and all levels of government). The goal is to transform ...
New mortgage rules could strip buyers of 25% of their buying power and targets uninsured mortgages
With Ontario Fair Housing Plan rules already impacting the Toronto market, putting some prospective buyers in "wait and see" mode, new mortgage rules could further test the market's resilience.The "Nanny" provisions — ...
Toronto staff recommend keeping Bloor bike lane: 92% of cyclists, 57% of drivers and 51% of local businesses support the move
Short supply of rentals pressures rent higher: average $2,219; 3 bedroom breaks $3,000 average
Purchasing Your Condo: Out with the Old, In with the New? Pros and cons of pre-build condos, as they surge in popularity
Google’s Sidewalk Labs teams up with Waterfront Toronto to create urban community “lab” of the future at Portlands
What every condo resident should know about automatic fire sprinklers; why they’re important; how to prevent expensive water damage
New mortgage rules could strip buyers of 25% of their buying power and targets uninsured mortgages
A good time to be a condo landlord: despite record high rent, up 10.3% year-over-year, intense tenant competition makes it a “landlord’s market”
Condominium Act or Residential Tenancies Act: which takes precedence in a tenant issue? Can a condo landlord deny permission to sub-lease or have pets?
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Short supply of rentals pressures rent higher: average $2,219; 3 bedroom breaks $3,000 average
The ongoing short supply of rental units — expected to only get worse as purpose-built development dries up under new Ontario rules — has driven the average rent for an apartment over ...
The top places for the “fall day trip” in Ontario… with best autumn foliage
One of the greatest joys of living in the Greater Toronto Area is the annual fall foliage day trip. Ontario in all its glory, beautiful in any season, is arguably at its ...
Ask the Lawyer: 3 Readers worried about their service dogs in condominium communities prohibiting dogs
This week two readers have similar issues with their service dog in a condominium — and the third reader has a unique situation. In all three situations, the condominium corporation does not ...
Toronto staff recommend keeping Bloor bike lane: 92% of cyclists, 57% of drivers and 51% of local businesses support the move
According to Census (2009), 1.7% of Torontonians bike to work, an increase from 2006 of 30%. This number likely increased since the last census report due to more bike-friendly lanes and an ...
Designer Nike Onile transforms a 464 square foot condo into a place “I would love to call home.”
With the move towards "vertical living" in Toronto, there's also a need to "think small." Especially for singles or couples — who might opt to buy under 500 square feet for their ...
Purchasing Your Condo: Out with the Old, In with the New? Pros and cons of pre-build condos, as they surge in popularity
Especially now, with the move towards condominiums as a buyer-preference in the Greater Toronto Area — and a shortage of available listings — deciding between new pre-build and resale is often the ...
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