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Toronto Flower and Garden Festival

Toronto Flower and Garden Festival

  The Toronto Flower and Garden Festival, Canada Blooms, will be hosted alongside The National Home Show at the Enercare Centre. Canada Blooms was founded in 1996 and has grown to be the largest flower and garden festival in the country. This year, it will be teaming up with the National Home Show to create… Continue Reading

Housewarming Traditions

Housewarming Traditions

Moving can be chaotic and stressful. Packing, planning, moving, unpacking, setting up a whole new place and getting organized all over again… it can be a bit much. Not every aspect of a move is quite as stressful, however. The best part of moving is the housewarming party. If you are in the midst of… Continue Reading

Ontario Residents Struggle with Inadequate Mental Health Care

Ontario Residents Struggle with Inadequate Mental Health Care

  It is no secret that Ontario has been lacking in adequate funding for mental health care, leaving many residents struggling to get by and often living on edge, wondering what the future holds for them and their loved ones. As people with mental health issues go for prolonged periods without proper treatment, their illnesses… Continue Reading

Canada ranked #1 in world for “Quality of Life” and #2 overall in total rankings from annual U.S. News “Best Countries Overall Rankings 2018”

Canada ranked #1 in world for “Quality of Life” and #2 overall in total rankings from annual U.S. News “Best Countries Overall Rankings 2018”

It shouldn’t suprise people of Canada, that they are again number 1 for “Quality of Life” in the 2018 “Best Countries Overall Rankings” from U.S. News. Overall, on all rankings as a composite, Canada’s the number 2 country overall, after Switzerland (which ranked #6 for “Quality of Life.”) Our close neighbours, the United States ranked… Continue Reading

57 percent of Millenials, aged 25-30, will create new demand for homes; “Peak Millennials” will likely seek vertical condos in Toronto

57 percent of Millenials, aged 25-30, will create new demand for homes; “Peak Millennials” will likely seek vertical condos in Toronto

Demographics is not an exact science, but the forces of aging are irresistable. According to Census data, millions of millenials, are in the target range for highly motivated “first time home buyers” — 25-30 year-olds. Two cohorts, demographically, are set to entirely change the real estate market: the millions of first-time-homebuyer “peak millenials”[2] and the… Continue Reading

Reimagined Spaces Breathe New Life into Toronto

Reimagined Spaces Breathe New Life into Toronto

The City’s Artists, Communities, and Developers Benefit   Toronto’s legacy is one of diversity, art, and design. The city is home to a wide range of artists, musical prodigies, developers, designers, and more. Recently, Toronto has witnessed a growing trend toward reimagined spaces, particularly as the city becomes overwhelmed with new condo towers, business centres,… Continue Reading

Would you believe 2017 was the second-warmest to date? As we endure arctic cold 2018, data from NOAA also reveals record low ice coverage in Artic

Would you believe 2017 was the second-warmest to date? As we endure arctic cold 2018, data from NOAA also reveals record low ice coverage in Artic

People around the globe will remember 2017 for a number of reasons. Among these is the intense heat that the earth experienced over the course of the year. The year-to-date average temperature as recorded in late-November to early-December was 14.84 degrees Celsius. Those first eleven months of 2017 experienced warmer than average temperatures. Warmer-than-average temperatures… Continue Reading

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