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Living In The Suburbs Isn’t Worth It When You Factor In Commuting Costs

Selling a house in the suburbs is getting more and more challenging.

8 Non-Cliche Places To Throw Your Holiday Party In Toronto

This year, when you start looking for places in Toronto to host your holiday party, we invite you to think beyond the obvious.

Site Seeing With Hume: Pears On The Avenue Gets Its Grade

Ave and Dav may be one of the city’s most popular neighbourhoods, but not because it’s pretty.

Condo Market Shares (And Prices) Peak Across The GTA

The GTA condo market is booming and it’s all because of affordability.

This Hard Loft Is Half Game Of Thrones Half American Gothic

Tired of white-walled condos? Dreaming of a Toronto loft with character?

Mississauga Could See Nearly 50 New Condos In The Next 10 Years

The Mississauga skyline is going to look drastically different in the next 10 years.

Daniels Spectrum Takes Audiences On “The Journey” Of Regent Park Revitalization

The Journey—A Living History Of The Regent Park Revitalization, is a musical theatre production and fundraiser presented by Innocon.

Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Nov 15-17)

Toronto road closures are coming to town right alongside the Santa Claus Parade.

TTC Subway Closures: 6 Stations Closed This Weekend (Nov. 17)

With the Santa Clause Parade coming to town you would think the TTC Subway Closures would want to be a little nicer.


Want A Warmer, Comfier Home This Winter? Think About Insulation

Our homes are our havens, especially in the winter months, when the chilly winter weather can leave you wanting to do nothing else but hibernate.

HELOC Holders Face New Challenges In Getting A Second Mortgage

Things just got a little more complicated for Canadians holding a home equity line of credit (HELOC).

Foreign Buyers Tax May Become Reality In Montreal As Housing Market Beats Toronto, Vancouver (Huffington Post)

Do we really want to be like Toronto? That's the question on the minds of many Montrealers these days when they take a look at what's going in their city's housing market, one that Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) said this summer is close to "overheating."


Wildfires Sweeping California Claim the Homes of Celebrities and Regular Folks Alike (

In addition to destroying thousands of modest homes across the state, they've consumed multimillion-dollar mansions of celebrities in and around Malibu.


A Deliciously Intimate Exclusive with Chef Yotam Ottolenghi

Ottolenghi has probably done more than any other chef over the last decade to influence home cooking. His trickle-down hand can be felt in restaurants in any major metropolis.

Toronto’s Museum of Illusions Is About More Than Just Getting The ‘Gram

The world’s fastest growing museum chain, Museum of Illusions, recently opened its doors in Toronto. This marks the brand’s first ever Canadian location.

Calgary 2026 Winter Olympic Games Bid Gets 'No' From Citizens (Huffington Post)

The plebiscite's result is non-binding on city council, which has the final say on proceeding with a bid.

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