Photo by bass nroll Society expects us to look like stars and have perfect bodies in fabulous shape whatever the odds. Nobody cares about the fact that most of us spend our days sitting at our computers, hardly even moving to get a sandwich. Nobody sees that exercising actually hurts, and that most people prefer […]
Archives for May 2011
Baby Feet by Allan Paquette Are you having your first baby in Toronto? Waiting for a new family member is a great life experience. You should make sure you really enjoy these nine months instead of spending it all worrying about the challenges of parenthood.
Photo by Amir Jina Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, delivered a speech about Canadaa��s future economic development at the Canadian Club of Ottawa on Monday, and his message is more than clear: we need to diversify from our traditional economic partner countries before it is too late.
Photo by Xynn Tii The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has issued a new report with slightly improved expectations for next yeara��s real estate market development. Although the new forecast predicts a 1.3 per cent loss (441,100 units) from 2010 figures, it is still higher than the former 1.6 per cent decline forecast by analysts […]
Photo From Oil by Edward Burtynsky With the weather finally turning warmer, many of us are once again unlocking our front door and taking walks through Toronto for leisure. We might even take some pictures of the blossoming flora adding colour and life to the city. If youa��re a fan of photography, or you just […]
Photo by woodleywonderworks Canadians are keen to see the practical effects of the new mortgage rules. Politicians claim that the measures changing the current government-insured residential mortgage policy should significantly lower the risk of another real-estate-related financial downturn. The changes are further expected to eliminate harmful price swings and enhance the stability of the national […]