Here are our top five most read stories of the year.

1. Toronto’s Housing Bubble Predicted To Pop: Report

By Jenny Febbraro

It had been over a decade of inflated home prices for Toronto. The phenomenon had locked out millions of would-be homeowners out of the market, most notably the millennial cohort. And then, new data collected by Bloomberg suggests the real estate bubble will burst.

2. 5-Year Forecast Shows Canadian House Prices Will Rise In All But 2 Cities

By Isabelle Khoo

The Canadian housing market appeared to be on the rebound as April sales hit the biggest year-over-year increase since December 2017. But that doesn’t necessarily mean properties were becoming more affordable.

3. Everything You Need To Know Before Caribana Weekend 2019 In Toronto

By Joy D'Souza

Caribana weekend was right around the corner. The first weekend in August isn’t just the Civic Holiday, it’s also the peak of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival.

4. Here’s What The Brampton-Mississauga Hurontario LRT Line Will Look Like

By Deidre Olsen

The new Hurontario LRT line — slated to open in 2024 — will connect Hurontario St. in Brampton to Port Credit in Mississauga, bringing commuters more options to get across the GTA.

5. Kawhi Leonard Could Get A Free Penthouse If He Stays In Toronto

By Joy D'Souza

Simon Mass, CEO of The Condo Store Realty Inc. offered Kawhi Leonard a multi-million dollar Toronto penthouse (for free) if he had re-signed with the Raptors.