Tax preparation by agrilifetoday Toronto council put stop to property tax increase, which was about to take place this year. Counter-proposition against major Rob Ford’s tax freeze was suggesting 0.16% growth in residential taxes and 0.052% in non-residential taxes.
Archives for February 2011
If youa��ve ever wandered down College Street on foot, on the streetcar, or on your bike, therea��s a good chance youa��ve noticed one particular building on the city block. Ita��s large, pale yellow in colour, and a�� the most defining feature of them all a�� it has a long, arched entrance-way guarded by two stone […]
Mariinsky Ballet – Swan Lake Courtesy of Sony Centre The recent success and critical acclaim for Darren Aronofskya��s magnificent film a�?Black Swana�� has brought ballet back to center stage. Torontonians in particular are in for a real treat: Russiaa��s Mariinsky (Kirov) Ballet, who first performed the dance in 1895, will be traveling to our city to […]
The sales numbers of single family residential housing seem to hold steady in January 2011, with 4,337 transactions reported through the Toronto MLS system.
As winter rolls on, numbing our faces with blasts of the True North, going out for entertainment becomes a less attractive option. At this time of the year, the warmth and comfort of home tend to outweigh the act of walking in sub-zero temperatures, through grimy slush and nasty ice, to get to a bar, […]
Rhubarb Festival Official Poster After January’s Next Stage theatre festival, lovers of live performance work have another event to look forward to in February: the 32nd annual Rhubarb festival!