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If accidents are preventable, why do they happen?

If accidents are preventable, why do they happen?

Strength in numbers. According to Smeed’s Law, the more cyclists there are on the roads, the fewer accidents occur. This could be our best hope for reducing cyclist-motorist accidents in Toronto. The coroner’s report into cycling deaths in Ontario between 2006 and 2010 states unequivocally that every one of the deaths was preventable. Though the… Continue Reading

California dreamin’

California dreamin’

Saving Up For My Dream Condo   Judee Kimberly Rallos We all have our own dream houses: two floors, wide front yard, a huge living room, relaxed bedroom and a two-car garage. It’s my dream too, but before I get to that, modern day living and a tight budget has convinced me that the best… Continue Reading

How to save for a down payment on a home

How to save for a down payment on a home

Kitchen at Parc Nuvo from Tridel. Condominiums remain the most affordable option for homeownership in the GTA. Getting a foot on the ladder of the real estate market can seem impossible when you’re faced with the prospect of coming up with an appropriate down payment to purchase a home. We hear it all the time:… Continue Reading

World’s wealth dropped last year, but don’t tell Gen Ys in Canada

World’s wealth dropped last year, but don’t tell Gen Ys in Canada

Global wealth declined last year, but Gen Ys in Canada are spending more than ever on luxury fashion, travel and dining, according to American Express. Two thousand Canadians fell off the chart that records a country’s High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) last year, as the world’s wealthiest lost out to market volatility and political uncertainty,… Continue Reading

My own little Utopia in Orlando

My own little Utopia in Orlando

Disney Land Condos are the Best Oliver VanDeroort Orlando, Florida can be a really fun town to spend some time in for a variety of reasons. One of the many reasons that people want to hang out there is because it is within shouting distance of Disney Land and even when you aren’t on the… Continue Reading

Balanced, say the experts, is the word for Canada’s housing market

Balanced, say the experts, is the word for Canada’s housing market

Construction at Tridel’s 300 Front Street West. The Toronto real estate market will see “impressive” numbers in 2012, according to CMHC, with slight softening later in the year.  Canada’s housing market is in “great shape” according to the president of the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), this following a slight drop (3.1 per cent) in… Continue Reading

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