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$40 billion 10-year national housing strategy aimed at cutting homelessness by 50 percent; build 100,000 affordable housing units
The federal government outlined an ambitious new plan to help build 100,000 new affordable housing units and repair 300,000 existing units. The goals are lofty: a cut to chronic homelessness by 50 ...
Canada’s resale housing market: national stability masks regional fluctuations; overall resales drops mask rise in condo popularity
Recent reports have show stability in Canada’s housing market, despite regional fluctuations throughout the country. The data, especially inventory and price data, also show an apparent change in preference in the GTA ...
With minimum wage set to increase to $14 in January, are small businesses ready? Small business tax cut to 3.5 percent may help
City of Toronto builds a shopping mall? Build Toronto goes it alone for the first time to develop a shopping mall near Wison Subway
Would you believe black on black: condos in black can be elegant, dramatic and unique
Community profile: Auberge on the Park, the right balance of location, amenities and design surrounded by a network of parks
$40 billion 10-year national housing strategy aimed at cutting homelessness by 50 percent; build 100,000 affordable housing units
Canada’s resale housing market: national stability masks regional fluctuations; overall resales drops mask rise in condo popularity
3 months of sales upticks indicates GTA and Canadian resale market soft bounce
Fitness tips for fall and winter: turn chores into a game, join the community activities, use the stairs and visit your condo gym daily
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City of Toronto builds a shopping mall? Build Toronto goes it alone for the first time to develop a shopping mall near Wison Subway
Build Toronto, for the first time, developed its own shopping mall, dubbed "The Shops at Wilson Station". Usually, Build sells off city property to developers, with revenues to go into capital funds ...
Winterizing your condo: things to check before the big chill of winter; saving energy and keeping warm
As the weather changes, pumpkin spice begins to fill the air. The crisp, fall temperatures are certainly a welcome change from the hot summer months, but they also serve as a stark ...
Ask the Lawyer: How do we stop Airbnb and short term rentals in our condominium community?
Condo.ca reader asks: "Do we need to have Airbnb or short-term lease explicitly prohibited in the declaration and bylaws to stop people in our community from renting like a hotel? It’s a ...
With minimum wage set to increase to $14 in January, are small businesses ready? Small business tax cut to 3.5 percent may help
January 2017, the minimum wage is set to rise to $14, then to $15 in January 2018. Small business owners and retailers have been vocal in opposition, citing the possibility of job ...
Would you believe black on black: condos in black can be elegant, dramatic and unique
The monochromatic design is in, especially in chic apartment condo designs. One of the big trends is "black and white." White-on-white is fairly popular as well. But what about black-on-black? Is it ...
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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