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The Condo Update for Marijuana Laws — Part 1 of “The Cannabis Act and your condo: how to manage the changes and protect your community.”
Judging by mail and emails to Condo.ca, many owners and condo managers are very concerned about the new "Marijuana Laws." Every week there's a new question to "Ask the Lawyer" columnist Richard ...
In 416 area, condo sales double numbers for detached homes, with prices rising 16.4% on resales November year-over-year; listings up 37.2% in response to demand
Although sales are down 7.9% on resale condos, demand remains high and is fuelling the active new and prebuild markets. The latest Toronto Real Estate Board numbers reveal resale condo apartments up ...
In 416 area, condo sales double numbers for detached homes, with prices rising 16.4% on resales November year-over-year; listings up 37.2% in response to demand
The Condo Update for Marijuana Laws — Part 1 of “The Cannabis Act and your condo: how to manage the changes and protect your community.”
The Captain’s Suite — William Shatner Calls Out Condo Developer, Hilarity Ensues
Managing the Boot Mess — Creative Solutions for the Clutter and Dirt Piling Up in Your Entryway
The right balance: tips for decorating in monochrome without overdoing it
Toronto Transit Commission running ghost trains: operators familiarize themselves with line 1 extension and new stations
Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) must allow greater online access to selling prices, Federal Court of Appeal rules
HO-HO-HOliday buzz — 16 things to do and see in the GTA; events and activities in the Toronto area for December
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Toronto Transit Commission running ghost trains: operators familiarize themselves with line 1 extension and new stations
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) began conducting tests on its Line 1 extension, known as the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, between Sheppard West and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre on Sunday, November 26th. The ...
Managing the Boot Mess — Creative Solutions for the Clutter and Dirt Piling Up in Your Entryway
By Sassa Brown Growing up, I was raised to remove my shoes before I entered the house. The main reason for that rule was because I was raised in a small town ...
Ask the lawyer: Why am I paying the same maintenance fees as owners of larger condos?
A reader asks: "Hello, I am a first time home buyer. There are 40 units in 5 buildings. We all pay the same amount of maintenance fees.  Why am I paying $454 ...
The Captain’s Suite — William Shatner Calls Out Condo Developer, Hilarity Ensues
On November 21, William Shatner sent out a tweet, calling out condo developer Brad J Lamb for using the actor’s name and likeness. You can't buy publicity this good. William Shatner reached ...
The right balance: tips for decorating in monochrome without overdoing it
Decorating your condo in monochrome can make it look cleaner, roomier, and more inviting. Monochrome furniture and décor can tie a whole room together and make it feel more like home, as ...
Community profile: Auberge on the Park, the right balance of location, amenities and design surrounded by a network of parks
Auberge on the Park, already one of the go-to condominium pre-construction communities, added to their already diverse collection of home styles with airy two-story lofts, large townhouses, and even expansive terrace suites. ...
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