Cabaret Vintage Vintage clothing shops are an important part of the Toronto fashion and clothing scene. Some people even say that we boast one of the best vintage store selections in Canada and fashion tourists often spend days touring the right parts of the city to discover aged treasures with special attitude. Without them, Toronto […]
Archives for July 2012
Lighthouse by Vlad Litvinov When you stroll down one of the many beautiful beaches of Toronto Islands, you might get this view!
Apartment by Gareth Saunders Since Max Weber’s times, renting has always been considered one of the best economic activities you can do. In today’s more complicated world, landlords and tenants have many different rights to protect them. They generally work well until someone starts to use them to his advantage. Let’s take a look at […]
Rock Oasis Main Area in new location When the exploding Toronto condo market forced The Rock Oasis to move from its original location at Front and Bathurst in 2011, they set up shop in the Carlaw Industrial Centre at Carlaw Ave. and Dundas St. in Toronto’s Leslieville district. It is not their final destination though. […]
Beagle Puppy by Thomas McMahon While many people worry about getting their children a dog, scientists almost unanimously agree that keeping a pet is beneficial both for the mental development and for the health of our kids. Taking care of a dog can help the little ones to be more responsible and nurturing, as they […]
True North Climbing Centre True North is one of the most fascinating places I have ever visited. My jaw dropped right after I stepped in and saw a giant stalactite hanging in front of me, sky high walls with endless routes and a natural boulder. Everything was covered in a soft light coming from ceiling-level […]