Residential School in Spanish, Ontario by Wikimedia Commons Have you ever wondered what will happen to your home after you die, or what would happen to your town if all the industry in the area went bankrupt or if all the kids simply decided to move somewhere else? Okay, these are not exactly the kind […]
Archives for June 2011
Perpetual Construction Near Front and Bathurst by Simon Carr It is not surprising that our biggest city has the most amount of construction going on. In April, though, the volume of applications declined particularly in Ontario. Nonetheless, our builders never sleep, and investment into properties is ongoing. Let’s look at some of the statistics on […]
In the age of digital technology, apps are an important part of the technologically-savvy way. What are some of the most useful apps Torontonians or visitors need to explore Toronto? Here is the list and descriptions of some of our suggestions (in no particular order): *We are constantly updating this list with new applications for […]
Prairie Girl Bakery Logo Walking along Victoria Street, you would never suspect that one of Toronto’s best bakeries is close by. The Prairie Girl Bakery, located at 18 King Street East (the store faces Victoria Street), has been booming with business since their recent opening in April 2011. Despite being highly-specialized, Prairie Girl Bakery has […]
Photo by Mr T in DC Tomorrow, on June 23rd 2011, Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) is expected to decide whether it will allow real estate agents in its jurisdiction to share more detailed listing data with their clients–buyers.
After providing you with five crazy architectural designs around the world, leta��s take a look at some of the most stunning buildings that you can find in Canada. It turns out that we actually have quite a lot interesting pieces of architecture worth introducing, and the decision-making process took a while. However, I am proud […]