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Choking Hazards: Cautionary Tales, The Signs, and How to Help — Part Three
Parts one and two of this three-part special feature discussed choking hazards, cautionary tales, the warning signs of choking, and preventative measures. In this third and final section, we take a look ...
Condo building starts soar to records, up 78% in Ontario according to CMHC
Toronto-area builiding starts for condos soared to record numbers: 78% month-over-month in Ontario, from February to March 2018) as condos remain the most popular option for new home buyers. “Indeed, note that ...
Renovating on a Budget – Part III: Common Renovation Mistakes
Renovating on a Budget: Part II
No Interest Rate Increase from the Bank of Canada
Spanish Designs for Your Condo Kitchen
Renovating on a Budget: Part I
Choking Hazards: Cautionary Tales, The Signs, and How to Help — Part Three
Condo building starts soar to records, up 78% in Ontario according to CMHC
Unique Ideas for an Urban Indian Kitchen
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Sidewalk Toronto Update
Sidewalk Toronto’s Public Roundtable was held on March 20th. The community gathered to discuss the ongoing project and its effect on the city and its residents. Those in attendance participated in an ...
Ontario Cuts Rebates for Electric Vehicles Costing More than $75K
A government rebate program created to motivate people to buy or lease electric vehicles in Ontario has been limited to cars costing less than $75k. The changes come as increasing amounts of ...
Ask the Lawyer: “I recently bought my condo and a locker, but my locker is currently occupied by somebody else.”
A reader asks: "I recently bought my condo and a locker, but my locker is currently occupied by somebody else. I asked building management a couple of times, but they said they ...
Small Sensor Detects Food Allergens
A new device was developed by 6Sensor Labs, a company whose core mission is to empower people with dietary restrictions, allowing them to enjoy foods from various restaurants and other sources without ...
Renovating on a Budget – Part III: Common Renovation Mistakes
Now that we have discussed financing and budgeting, it is important to take a look at the project as a whole and prepare for what lies ahead. Renovating a home is a ...
Toronto Cracks Down on Overnight Parking
The city of Toronto is cracking down on overnight parking by eliminating thousands of free parking spots throughout the downtown core and in East York. Public consultations will take place in Toronto, ...
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