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...

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...

“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...

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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...

Missing Middle Key to Housing Affordability

Thursday, December 19, 2019


Missing Middle Key to Housing Affordability Toronto just hosted the National Housing Innovation Event Series; several salient points were forwarded. The City of Toronto announced a $24B housing action designed to deliver 40,000 housing units over the next decade. The chairman of CMHC, Evan Siddal...

Locating Affordable Condos in Toronto!

Monday, November 18, 2019


Toronto is still defying all housing expectations! Presently, there are 162 residential high rise cranes operating throughout the city; this is more than NYC, LA & Chicago combined. Despite this decade-long building boom, prices across the board continue to percolate upward. So where does one...

Toronto Home Prices Rise in October as Listings Plunge 18.8%

Tuesday, November 5, 2019


What explains this new frothiness in the G.T.A real estate market? Is it as simple as diminished supply versus an insatiable demand? Can it be attributed to purchasers becoming acclimatized to the federal government’s 2017 stress test? The 15% drop in value of Terra Firma properties through...

What is a Heritage Home?

Tuesday, October 29, 2019


Many ask, how does a property become a Heritage listed home, property or site? 1: It must be rare & representative of an older style or construction method. 2: Have a direct association with someone or something significant to the community. 3: Potentially yield information that contributes t...

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