Chilly Half Marathon!

Friday, February 21, 2020


If you are looking for an exciting event to attend to embrace the last few weeks of Winter, we recommend checking out the Chilly Half Marathon in Burlington, Ontario which will be taking place Sunday, March 1st 2020. The race events are now full, but it would still be fun to be a part of […]

Why Not Us?

Wednesday, February 19, 2020


Great Britain pledges $17 billion to become a Mini-Holland. As Toronto trudges along in becoming a truly world class city, Britain’s Boris Johnson has proudly announced $7.5 billion transport plan, specifically for bikes and buses. Great Britain’s major cities will de facto become replicas of a m...

Sobering Math

Wednesday, February 12, 2020


Sobering Math The American dollar has proudly existed as the Reserve Currency of the Global Economy for nearly 100 years; there is little debate that America has been truly blessed with it’s geographic cornucopia. This has evidently resulted in the world’s largest economy, the biggest armed force...

Are You Ready? Mardi Gras is Coming!

Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Are You Ready? Mardi Gras is Coming! The festive and colourful Mardi-Gras celebration period is nearly upon us! Did you know “Mardi Gras” is actually French for “Fat Tuesday”, which marks the date when those who will be fasting for lent get the opportunity to fill up on de...

Coronavirus in Context

Wednesday, February 5, 2020


We recommend visiting the following link to view an informative discussion surrounding the coronavirus. Two knowledgeable members of the Health faculty at McGill University answer various questions regarding the virus, and aim to clarify fact from fiction to ensure viewers truly understand the vi...

The Elephant in the Room: Household Debt

Tuesday, February 4, 2020


The Elephant in the Room: Household Debt Deep water is much less scary if you are a good swimmer, and if you aren’t attached to a 6000kg elephant! Several Canadians are trying their best to stay above water, by seeking assistive measures to manage household debt. If household debt is a familiar i...

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...

“It Was the Best of Times, it Was the Worst of Times”

Monday, January 27, 2020


“It was the Best of Times, it was the Worst of Times” The Loan Loss Provisions of Canada’s eight largest lenders now exceeds $15 Billion and escalating. This bewildering fact has happened during what most would concede has been “the best of times”. Just consider the following: land an...

Coming Very Soon!

Monday, January 20, 2020


The Musician John Sebastian once wrote, “Do you believe in magic?” Well, there will be magic coming to Canada’s most sought after city, specifically in the Mountainside borough of Burlington! Private and small builders will delight in discovering that two superbly located, tree ...

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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Looking Forward to 2020!

Tuesday, December 10, 2019


First off, may all of us at Accurate Appraisals & Heritage Caledon Realty wish everyone a most festive holiday season. Secondly, did you know that the next decade has been labelled the “Yold”. To elaborate, for the first time, mankind will have more people over the age of 60 than individuals ...

Brightening up your Home this Winter!

Monday, November 25, 2019


Feeling blasé since the clocks flipped back? Well try a few of these little tips to help lighten the mood around your home: 1. Uncover your hardwood and roll up the your area rug. It allows natural light to reflect off the floors. 2. Replace your daylight & cool white light bulbs with warm wh...

Baby Boomers Fixing the Deficit!

Tuesday, November 5, 2019


Most Baby Boomers would agree that controlling the spiraling cost of health care is a point of mounting fiscal concern. Many ask what can we do to make things better? First let us acknowledge that Ontario’s debt is now $312,000,000,000, the largest in Canada. Regrettably, the province adds ...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, October 11, 2019


Happy Thanksgiving from everyone here at Accurate (Peel) Appraisals! With this family-and-food-filled holiday close in our reach, we can’t help but daydream about turkey and the smell of pumpkin spice and cinnamon. Thanksgiving is a holiday where we reflect on the importance of reconnecting...

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What Could Go Wrong?

Saturday, September 21, 2019


What Could Go Wrong? During each federal election, the intended policies offered by each candidate will always have varying opinions depending on which Canadian you speak to. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer has discussed a plan that is certainly a topic of debate. This latest proposition ...

Some 5,000 First Time Home Buyers Will Win $65,000!

Thursday, September 5, 2019


Mortgage Professionals of Canada estimate that at least 5,000 home buyers will annually be beneficiaries of the new Federal government first time buyer program. The National Housing Agency is committed to spending $1.25 billion over the next 3 years. The government will pay up to 10% of the purch...

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Yours to Discover!

Tuesday, August 27, 2019


Canada’s Largest Rib Fest! The Rotary Club of Burlington unequivocally walks the walk, as this weekend they are hosting Canada’s largest, yet most inclusive, Rib Fest celebration. The event will be hosted in bucolic Spencer Park on the shores of Lake Ontario this Labour Day weekend...

Mardi Gras Doppelgangers & Emblematic Ambassadors for International Women’s Day

Friday, March 1, 2019


While at Harvard, Cecilia Payne was credited by Otto Sturve with writing the most brilliant PhD thesis ever written. That thesis involved explaining the hypothesis that the stars primary elements are helium and hydrogen. Some 25 years later she subsequently became Harvard’s first female professor...

P R I D E Events 2018 #PrideTO #PrideMonth

Saturday, June 23, 2018


PRIDE EVENTS Pride Month in Toronto is well underway with the city’s top events happening this very weekend. It is a colourful time in Toronto where the LGBTQ community and their allies celebrate the diversity and inclusiveness of this city. Not sure what to do this weekend during the pride...

“The best music fest Northwest of Toronto….” #OrangevilleBluesandJazzFestival

Saturday, May 26, 2018


Those who live around the Headwaters will tell you it’s not only an unbelievably stunning landscape but it’s also an exciting place with many wonderful recreational activities and summertime events. Next weekend Orangeville plays host to a fine selection of talented artists and musicians during t...

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