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Property Value by TTC station (2025 Edition) Featured

Here is a visualization of what property values are by TTC station.  Of course if we assume that the TTC expansion has already been completed.

Toronto’s Architectural Styles (Part One) 19th Century Victorian Featured

19th Century Victorian The late nineteenth century Torontonians embraced Victorian architecture and all of its diverse revival styles. Victorian-style housing dominates a number of the city’s older neighbourhoods, most notably Parkdale, which has one of the largest collections of Victorian houses in North America. During this period Toronto also developed some unique styles of housing. Photo Credit: Frittz @ www.deviantart.com ...read more

Toronto’s oldest buildings : Part 1 Featured

We thought we'd take a break from it all and give you a little throw back to some of Toronto's oldest buildings.

10 of our favorite farmer’s markets in Toronto! Featured

Sorauren Farmers’ Market Where: Sorauren Avenue Park (south of Dundas at Sorauren) When: Mondays, 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. (year-round) What’s on offer: Wine, chocolate, oysters, ice pops, cheese and other dairy Photo Credit: http://www.earthandcity.ca/visit/   Trinity Bellwoods Farmers’ Market Where: 1053 Dundas St. W. (at Shaw) When: Tuesdays, 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. (May 6 to Oct. 28, 2014) What’s on ...read more

10 Must have gadgets for your home. Featured

The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) always serves up some Jetson like gadgets and this year they did not disappoint.