Yours to Discover & Open for Business

Wednesday, May 27, 2020


Protecting Trail Visitors Recently, we have seen an uptake in the number of urban tourists visiting our hamlets & villages, by traversing the trailways. Largely due to the COVID-19 quarantine, this mushrooming phenomena of Urban tourism will predominate the service sector economy into the for...

Gardening – A Remedy for the Mind, Body & Soul

Monday, April 27, 2020


Gardening in 2020 is not only good for the soul but will be good for your pocket book. During these uncertain times, sharing some space in a communal garden, or tending a few plants in solitude on your balcony or backyard garden, will inevitably help your mental consonance and enhance your immune...

Budgeting TCT Safety in 2020

Wednesday, April 22, 2020


If you have been following our blogs pertaining to safety and improvements of the Trans Canada Trailway over the years, you are aware of the efforts for change that have been exerted. Moreover, if you viewed our blog titled For the Love of Country, you are aware that we have been in correspondenc...

Spring is Approaching, and with it Trail Season!

Tuesday, February 25, 2020


Spring is nearly here, and that means the Caledon trail systems will be in active use. Please visit the link below to read an opinion piece written by co-owner of Accurate (Peel) Appraisals, Thomas Bremner, covering the safety concerns our firm has been emphasizing for years! https://www.caledone...

Mississauga Terriers and the Good Deeds Cup!

Friday, January 31, 2020


What comes to mind when one thinks of a Canadian? Aside from the common thought that we all tredge through snow 12 months of the year for our must-have Timmies coffee, and saying “sorry” to everyone we pass, the Canadian identity primarily revolves around multiculturalism, peace, and of course...

Cost of a few cans of paint…

Wednesday, January 15, 2020


Cost of a few cans of paint… One of many perks of living near or within the Caledon area is the enjoyment of the stunning trailway. That being said, a lack of distinct painted lines at the various busy intersections has proven to be fatally dangerous. The cost of a few cans of paint is [...

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Cars Outduel Bullets Killing > 42!

Thursday, January 2, 2020


Cars Outduel Bullets Killing > 42! Toronto drivers have now killed more individuals than all the loudly pronounced shootings through 2019. Yet, this scope of mass murder has mysteriously remained a benign issue with all levels of media, except till the Christmas week massacre at Centennial Co...

In the Blink of an Eye…

Wednesday, December 4, 2019


In the Blink of an Eye… It is truly unbelievable how quickly time flies, and it is truly exceptional the extent of hard work and dedication required for a business to flourish for two decades, especially in an under-recognized and competitive industry. Another year has come and past, and no...

BREB – 35 Years of Service!

Tuesday, November 19, 2019


This year, Karin Heidolph-Bremner (co-owner of Accurate Appraisals), celebrates 35 years of being a member of the Brampton Real Estate Board! She is pictured below with her service award:    

Brampton, The City of Falling Petals….

Friday, October 25, 2019


The city once called “The Flower Town of Canada”, a title based on a vast acreage mostly covered by large number of greenhouses (which began with Edward Dale in 1863) and reaching a production of over 20 million blooms. Brampton, unfortunately, has, throughout the years, lost the designation̷...

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