January 2018

Found 3 blog entries for January 2018.

Keep Warm This Winter in Toronto

It’s no secret: Canadian winters are cold, and Toronto is no exception. While snow frosted tree branches and the ice along the shores of Lake Ontario may be beautiful, many Canadians quickly tire of tramping through slushy streets, chipping ice off their windshields, and cold stiff fingers.

Not to worry, there are plenty of ways to shake the chill and keep your spirits high. Here are 5 ways to keep warm in Toronto in the winter.

Get Some Exercise

There’s no better way to keep warm than getting your blood pumping, your heart rate up, and your body active. Shift some furniture around in your home so that you can practice some yoga or do some aerobics. Visit one of city’s many outdoor rinks. Nathan Phillips Square is where the Winter Festival of

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What Amazon's HQ2 Could Mean For Toronto

The fact that Toronto was Short Listed from 238 proposals throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, is wonderful news for Torontonians! We are the only Canadian city that remains in this very exciting race to the finish. As exciting as all of this is, what does it mean for the city itself? We know that 50,000 high paying jobs will be coming our way if we win the bid, but have we really thought about what that would mean for us? What will it do to the economy? What will it mean for the housing market?

We have some time to think and review what this means for our great city as the announcement won't take place until later this year. However, before we get too ahead of ourselves, let's take a step back and review what Amazon's plans are, what

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New Developments Near York University Station from Century 21 Atria

With so much construction in and around the York University area it's hard to keep track of what developments may have the condo or townhome of your dreams! Essentially, York University Station has just opened, the campus is undergoing expansion and renovation, commercial buildings are going up in the area to keep up with demand, and housing is definitely sought after in this very desirable part of town. As well, just to the south of homes near York University Station there's a major redevelopment of Downsview Park that's well underway. The area is seeing permits for condo buildings, rental towers, and commercial space being developed at a fairly rapid rate.

Given so much construction is happening, let's break down some of the latest North York new

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