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This $2.29M Shangri-La Condo Is Exquisite And Divine

This exquisite two-bedroom condo, located in the highly sought after Shangri-La Hotel, will have you living the five star life permanently.

Here’s What You Need To Know To Vote In Today’s Federal Election

The federal election is over now but this handy guide let readers know everything there was to know.

How The Face Of Senior Living In Toronto Is Changing

Moving out of your home — one you may have been living in for decades, if not a lifetime — into a seniors’ residence is often considered an act of necessity, not choice.

TTC Subway Closure: 13 Stations On Line 1 Affected (Oct. 21-24)

This week, 13 stations on Line closed early, three of which were shut down altogether.

10 Things You Need To Know Ahead Of The Raptors’ Home Opener

If you were planning to celebrate at Jurassic Park, there was good news: it was a cozy 12 degrees with only a 20 per cent chance of rain.

Liberal Minority To Act On Housing If Others Cooperate, Toronto MP Says

The new minority Liberal government in Ottawa wants to take action on housing and homelessness, but this will depend on finding common ground with the smaller opposition parties, re-elected MP Adam Vaughan says.

The 5 Cheapest Condos Sold In Toronto This Past Month

We’ve teamed up with Zoocasa to bring you a list of the cheapest condos sold in Toronto between September 15 and October 15.

Largest Outdoor Free Skating Rink In Toronto Coming To Union Station

Starting Nov. 29, you’ll be able to skate, for free, at Union Station’s Sir John A. McDonald Plaza on Front St.

Liberals, Mayor Ready To Endorse The Ontario Line Subway

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are ready to provide billions in transit funding to back Toronto’s new Ontario Line subway. And Toronto Mayor John Tory seems to be on board.

Toronto Real Estate Snapshot, Powered By Zoocasa (Oct. 9 – Oct. 15)

The hot sales activity that characterized September is starting to slow its roll, as drearier weather and darker evenings usher in the mid-fall market.

North Scarborough Repeatedly An Afterthought For Social Services: Report

While poverty has become endemic to North Scarborough, none of Toronto’s 31 Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIAs) — communities earmarked for special support to tackle youth violence, poverty and social service gaps — are located there.

Toronto Can’t Move Forward If It’s Stuck In The Past

Driven by astronomical housing prices and living costs that spiral ever higher, Generation Y is being driven from the city as never before.

The 10 Best Halloween Parties Happening In Toronto This Weekend

We’ve put together a handy guide to help you navigate the dozens of things to do and narrow down some fantastic options.

Strange Times: Are Toronto Buyers Lowballing Sellers?

This October, absolutely by coincidence, a number of hopeful sellers listed their properties for sale right after Thanksgiving.

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

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.

TTC Subway Stations To Stop Selling Tokens, Tickets And Day Passes

Starting Nov. 30, TTC subway stations will no longer allow commuters to purchase tickets, tokens nor day passes onsite.

Drake’s New Customized Raptors Championship Ring Is Worth $150,000

Aubrey Drake Graham got one of the official championship rings that the NBA Champion Raptors received Tuesday night during pre-game ceremonies at their home opener (which they won) against the New Orleans Pelicans at Scotiabank Arena.

This Spooktacular Cedarville Home Will Scare You For A Good Cause

Head on over to this spooky Cedarville home and help raise money for charity.

Snowy Halloween? Here’s What To Expect From The Weather Next Week

With Oct. 31 just a week away, forecasters at The Weather Network and Accuweather aren’t revealing a lot.

The Stockyards District Residences Rebrands A Historic Site

Just north of the Junction Triangle, a new area of gentrification and curated coolness is attracting would-be millennial homeowners – the Stockyards district.

ServiceOntario To Push Services Online, Shut Down Offices

Programs affected include health card and driver’s license renewals and license plate sticker purchases.

Pricey Replicas Of The Raptors Championship Rings Are Selling Online

Replica rings are selling out online. Some listings on eBay have the cheapest replica ring listed for $75 with prices rising to $500.

Dash The Bomb-Sniffing Dog Is On The Job At Union Station

A two-year-old Labrador Retriever named Dash began patrolling this morning looking for potential bomb threats and suspicious packages.

10 CHEAP Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend (Oct. 25-27)

This weekend has TONS of events that are either free, cheap and sure to leave you feeling haunted.

Walking Toronto’s Haunted History In Search Of Ghosts And Spirits

Strange things have been happening. Join this walking tour to find out all about it.

Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Oct. 25-27)

These road closures are important to know all about as you plan your weekend commute.

TTC Subway Closure: Several Stations On Two Lines Closed (Oct. 26-27)

There are a ton of parties to check out this weekend. But keep in mind, there’s also a ton of stations that will be closed on Line 1 and 2.

Welcome To Dana’s Toronto ⁠— Discover Bloor-Yorkville

Join Dana Levenson as she explores the historic district of Yorkville.

These Are The Most Terrifying Real Estate Listings In Toronto

These listings are truly unnerving so beware!

Premier Ford Considering Rent-To-Own Affordable Housing Program

Premier Doug Ford is considering a rent-to-own affordable housing program.


How To Determine How Much Money To Put Down On A Home

As Canadian housing prices have begun to slowly increase again, many would-be homeowners are feeling the pressure to just get into the marketplace.

Housing Scarcity And Unaffordability Affect Urban And Rural Canadians

Smaller and medium-sized communities are squeezing low income earners out by housing demand outstripping supply.

Here’s What You Need To Know About The Liberal Minority Government

Now that Justin Trudeau has been re-elected, here’s what you need to know about Canada’s new Liberal minority government.

The Intense Rise Of REITs Appears To Have No End Point

Nearly $1.3 billion have been raised through REITs via share sales since the beginning of September.

Canada’s Real Estate Index: A Slow And Steady Climb

This week the Teranet – National Bank of Canada House Price Index showed that real estate prices have been on the increase.

Federal Foreign Buyers Tax Has Power To Tilt Canadian Market

Trudeau released his new platform on the heels of summer news on Canada’s extreme housing crisis where, across the provinces, supply is low and demand is at emergency levels.

Canada Ranked One Of The Best Countries On Earth To Be A Woman

The 2019 Women Peace and Security Index has ranked Canada as one of the best countries in the world to be a woman.

Canadian Housing Market Predicted To Make Full Recovery

For next year, around 200,000 housing starts are predicted, offsetting two years of steady declines.


10 Halloween Home-Decor DIYs We Dare You To Try

If you're getting ready to decorate your home in advance of Halloween, here are some spooky ideas.

8 Factors That Can Impact Your Home Appraisal For Better Or Worse

Before a lender to agree to give out huge sums of money they review multiple documents and statements, one of them being an appraisal. Keep these factors in mind.

Ask An Agent: What Will Real Estate Sales Look Like In 3-5 Years?

The long-term outlook for any real estate sales in the city is going to be upward.

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