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Cities

What To Do If Your Home Flooded In Toronto

A flood can happen to the best of us;  read this article to help keep your head above water.

Affordable Housing

Toronto To Leverage City-Owned Lands For Affordable Midtown Rentals

​Toronto City Council agreed to leverage city-owned lands at 275 Merton Street in midtown Toronto in order to deliver 447 new purpose-built rental homes.

Policy

Toronto Passes Motion To Ban Renovictions

Toronto’s renters can rest a little easier, thanks to a new motion passed yesterday that cracks down on renovictions. ​

Real Estate News

Canada's Population Could Hit 63M in 50 Years; Where Will Everyone Live?

Statistics Canada (StatCan) released its latest population projections on Monday. And, with a significant surge in growth expected over the next fifty years, the question remains: can we build enough housing to support everyone?

Listed Luxe

Historic Kingston Mansion Boasts Impressive Design Details (And A Bowling Alley)

​The stately Kingston home was first constructed in 1841 and has undergone an extensive four-year renovation that saw elements of the property, like its woodwork and ironwork, meticulously restored

Industry

Eastern Ontario Real Estate Boards Explore Possible Integration

Members of the Kingston and Area Real Estate Association, Ottawa Real Estate Board, Renfrew County Real Estate Board, and Rideau-St. Lawrence Real Estate Board announced the possibility of the integration, which they say is intended to bring value to the realtors of eastern Ontario.

Ottawa

Hoping To Buy In Ontario? Ottawa May Be Your Best (Affordable) Bet

Ottawa realtor Matthew Mercier-Burns says that he’s seen an increase in Ottawa region buyers who have relocated from the GTA in favour of more affordable pastures — and, perhaps, a change of pace.

Real Estate News

RE/Max Premier Sets Up GoFundMe Page For Family Of Boy Struck By School Bus

​Hundreds have stepped up to support the grieving family, thanks to a GoFundMe page started by Re/Max Premier.