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Monthly Archives: March 2012

March Break godsend: Sportsmen’s Show opens tomorrow

If, as you gaze at the city from your twenty-fifth floor condo balcony, you imagine yourself tramping through the wild northern woods or floating on a cold, pristine lake with wisps of early morning mist moving, wraith-like, over the glassy surface, you better hurry down to the Sportsmen’s Show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.… Continue Reading

Consumer portal a great source for info, advice, rights

Auto shops have a bad reputation for ripping off consumers, especially women. Get good information about how to find an honest shop and what to do if you think you’ve been cheated at Most Canadians are familiar with the term “robocalls” and many have probably experienced them. They’re annoying, but perfectly legal. Just really… Continue Reading

Green Toronto Awards finalists announced

Green Toronto Awards will be given at the Green Living Show.  The finalists for the 2012 Green Toronto Awards have been announced. The city’s environmental awards recognize individuals and organizations in Toronto that contribute to a greener, cleaner city. The awards come with a $5,000 cash prize. Winners will be announced at a Green Toronto… Continue Reading

Tridel "raising the bar" for condo construction

Rêve condominium from Tridel is an example of “intelligent building” and is changing the way condominiums are built. Tridel’s Rêve condominium development at Front and Bathurst is the home of the Eco Suite, a state-of-the-art, high-tech penthouse condominium equipped with every imaginable “smart” and “green” living system, from its own solar-powered hot water heater to the… Continue Reading

My Condo Story: Condo Living Changed Our Lives

Member Post by Benny Boone The bright rays of the morning sun filtering through the slits of the window blinds woke me up. Another perfect day, yet more of the same old routine to look forward to. Each day I did the same tasks without any change. Being a manager at a bank can be… Continue Reading

Could you live in San Francisco’s smallest legal living space, 160 square feet?

The small house movement has its roots in the environmental movement. One group, the Small House Society, promotes small housing as an economical as well as ecologically sound choice. Sustainability in housing begins with minimizing the house’s footprint and having the smallest possible impact on the environment. You can “build a house for 20 grand”… Continue Reading

Designer tips on floor/furniture colours

The Torlys Hardwood floor in Artisan Designer, Classic Ash Bourbon offers wide planks and bevelled edges reflecting a softly aged character.  How to choose hardwood colour to match furniture “You don’t have to match your floor with the colour of your wood furniture, says Cheryl Grant, an interior design and consumer trend consultant. “Matching your… Continue Reading


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