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Maven Car-Sharing Service Arrives in Canada

Maven Car-Sharing Service Arrives in Canada

  In 2016, General Motors joined the ranks of carpooling services with the introduction of their car-sharing service Maven and has since grown rapidly. Unlike Lyft and Uber, Maven emphasizes car-sharing versus ride-sharing. While ride-sharing involves driving others around or having them drive you around, car-sharing is described as sharing a vehicle with others around… Continue Reading

Family Day Weekend in Toronto

Family Day Weekend in Toronto

  Family Day Weekend is coming up this weekend, which means families across Toronto will be getting outdoors for four days of family-friendly activities, including festivals, concerts, exhibitions, and more. The following is a more in-depth list of the various activities offered around the city this weekend.     Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebration Chinese… Continue Reading

What to Do in Toronto This February

What to Do in Toronto This February

Winter will soon be winding down, but the festivities and celebrations in Toronto never will. Residents and visitors can look forward to an extensive variety of activities for any group and any occasion. The following is a list of events you will not want to miss as they make their way to Toronto this February.… Continue Reading

Beaches condos rose 9.16 percent December 2017 year-over-year; four neighbourhoods show remarkable price increases: E02, C01, W03, and C03

Beaches condos rose 9.16 percent December 2017 year-over-year; four neighbourhoods show remarkable price increases: E02, C01, W03, and C03

According to a recent report by the Toronto Real Estate Board, real estate prices rose drastically in four areas of Toronto — faster than the average: The Beachess condo segment’s benchmark price rose to $681,000, an increase of 9.16 per cent, one of the most dramatic increases of any area. The Toronto Real Estate Board’s… Continue Reading

City of Toronto monitoring homeless services closely after people “refused” — looking at all emergency options as cold weather continues

City of Toronto monitoring homeless services closely after people “refused” — looking at all emergency options as cold weather continues

City of Toronto staff continue to actively monitor and respond to the need for homelessness services across the city, after a dangerous mis-communication mishap had homeless shelters turning away people needing warmth. During the cold alert, the city has the Better Living Centre at the CNE open as a “24-hour” Winter Respite with 110 cots… Continue Reading

Ontario changing auto isurance industry — again — to fight rampant fraud; measures to include “neutral medical examination centres” and set up of “Serious Fraud Office”

Ontario changing auto isurance industry — again — to fight rampant fraud; measures to include “neutral medical examination centres” and set up of “Serious Fraud Office”

Ontario is set to overhaul the auto insurance industry, making changes that it says will combat fraud and reduce insurance rates. Some of these changes include addressing the province’s insurance system’s structural problems, according to Finance Minister Charles Sousa and Attorney General Yasir Naqvi. Standard treatment will be provided for common injuries resulting from collisions.… Continue Reading

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