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toronto: Day Trip from Toronto, ON - 05/21/13 09:47 AM
Day Trip from Toronto, ON Last weekend was Victoria Day long-weekend. Took a day-trip to Kelso Conservation Area, from Toronto, ON. On the way, passed through Milton, ON. Looks like Milton had a housing boom in recent years. Saw many constructions sites, so the growth of the town is growing ........ just like the growth of condo construction in the City of Toronto, ON. The Kelso Conservation Area is a great place for a day-trip from Toronto. You can walk, hike, boat etc.
33 Harbour Square is located in downtown Toronto, on the waterfront at Queens Quay West and Bay Street.
These apartments were built in the early 1970’s. During that time the rental market was saturated and so the management decided to incorporate, and the building was converted to a condominium complex in 1978.
In1978, a typical two bedroom sold for $80,000 and the maintenance fees were $150. In November 2012, the 2 bedroom units are listed as follows:
Every year, many events are hosted in the City of Toronto. They range from International, such as the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and the Honda Indy, to local cultural events such as Nuit Blanche,to street festivals such as the Taste of the Danforth. These Special Events whether big or small are enjoyed by residents as well as visitors to the City of Toronto. During TIFF local hotels are filled to capacity by celebrities and by people who come to Toronto not just to see the movies but also people who hope to spot a (2 comments)
The annual free all-night celebration of contemporary art is happening this weekend. Starting from sunset September 29th to sunrise September 30th, 2012
This is a green pedestrian friendly event, so there will be road closures along parts of Yonge St., Bay St., King St., Church St. and Toronto St. There are about 150 projects on display, a multi-sensory art experience and also free themed talks. Residents and visitors are welcome to come and enjoy all night long …….
Prime Location in The Heart Of The City. The Metropole Condominium. Bright 2 Bedroom, 2 Washroom Corner Suite. Approx 960 Sq Ft. With 9.5 Ft Ceiling, Floor To Ceiling and Wall To Wall Windows. Spacious Bedrooms. TTC Subway At The Door. Steps To Financial District, St. Lawrence Market, Restaurants, Cafes Etc.
Fridge, Stove, Microwave, B/I Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer. Amenities Include Indoor Pool With Walk-Out To Terrace, Billiard Rm. Roof-Top Terrace, Party Room Etc. 24 Hr (5 comments)
For Lease. $2,600 per month. Available for August 1st 2012.
Furnished 2 Bedroom Condo With Amazing Views. Panoramic Lake View And City View. Luxury Waterfront Living At Waterpark City Neptune! Convenient Location Close To Hwys, and with TTC at your Doorstep! Minutes To Union Station, Entertainment And Financial District, With Parks And Yacht Club In Your Neighbourhood.
Stainless Fridge, Stove, B/I Dishwasher nd Microwave. Washer And Dryer, Kitchen With Granite Counter Tops.
One Parking Space.
Billiard Room, Yoga Room. Outdoor Jacuzzi, BBQ Area and (4 comments)
311 is Toronto’s 24/7 customer service phone line for City services, to report a problem or request a City service. These services include water and hydrant problems, potholes and other road problems, property issues and bylaw enforcement etc.
211 is Toronto’s 24/7 customer service phone line for community and social services. These services include information about the nearest legal clinic or language class and also hunger, lack of shelter, abuse and other issues.
Toronto’s 211 service was launched in 2002 and was the (0 comments)
toronto: The Globe and Mail will be moving - 03/13/12 09:00 AM
The Globe and Mail will be moving. Currently, the Globe and Mail occupies 444 Front St. W. in Downtown Toronto. By 2015 it will relocate and replace the existing Toyota on Front dealership, on the corner of Front and Spadina.
The new premises will be a 6-storey building, along with an 18-storey commercial tower.
A restaurant and a courtyard café will be included in the plan. The plan also includes a tree-lined laneway from Wellington St. to Front St. along the west-side of the property. Many of the area residents are concerned about the current building and (0 comments)
toronto: The Toronto Waterfront is ..... - 01/08/12 06:14 PM
The Toronto Waterfrontis open to the public. This is made possible by the Harbourfront Centre which is a Canadian charity that operates the 10-acre site.
Various Courses and Workshops are conducted by the Harbourfront Centre. There are courses on Web and Social Media, Photography, Performing Arts etc., for those who are interested in a fun environment, at a great location, by Lake Ontario.
The Harbourfront Centre is a non-profit organization that provides arts, culture, education and recreation. The location is 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto. (0 comments)
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and also the nation’s commercial and financial centre.
The two centuries of peaceful co-existence between the United States and Canada will be celebrated starting the week of June 15th, 2012. The many events include an overnight vigil in honour of those who died in that war, and costumed actors talking with visitors (0 comments)
A public meeting will be held on December 12th, 2011 at the Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St.
The meeting will provide a summary of the work-to-date and an overview of the opportunities and challenges for the development.
This meeting will give the public an opportunity to question and discuss the goals for the Waterfront Toronto’s plan for the Port Lands. (0 comments)
toronto: Shop Toronto Design - 11/18/11 11:00 AM
With the holiday season approaching fast, Shop Toronto Design is something you should consider for a unique gift for yourself or for a loved one. The products are designed by Toronto-based talent. Shop Toronto Design is especially appealing to the eco-conscious and if you want to buy local.
The Shop Toronto Design web pages provide a listing of Toronto stores that carry at least 50% locally designed products, ranging from kidswear, menswear, accessories and items for the home and garden. (0 comments)
toronto: Winterizing your home - 11/09/11 09:47 PM
Winterizing your home, yes we have to …….. although, the last couple of days have been ’balmy’ here in Toronto, Ontario, comparatively speaking of course; the cold weather will soon be here, for sure. Winterizing your home now, before the weather turns really cold will save you money! It is best to start with the easy maintenance work. Check the furnace –the filter should be clean, the thermostat should be working efficiently and the pilot light working properly. Efficiency can be maintained by having the filter replaced regularly, every two months or as needed.
If there are (4 comments)
toronto: Trunk or Treat ... - 10/17/11 07:38 PM
Trunk or Treat .....Looks like there are no Trunk or Treat in Toronto, ON. I have not heard of Trunk or Treat before, until I saw the Week 2 –October’s Trending Queries.
Just as homes are decorated for Halloween, Trunk or Treat parties usually take place in a parking lot, where the parents park their cars, lift the trunk hoods and decorate their vehicles. The children then go trunk-to-trunk to be spooked and receive their candy, like spider cookies; parents and children get to enjoy this family event.
It maybe an alternative to Halloween, and associated with Schools (0 comments)
toronto: Doors Open Toronto 2011 - 04/15/11 10:52 AM
Doors Open Toronto 2011 will be held this year on the weekend of May 28 and 29. It is a celebration of the city and there is free access to 150 buildings that are significant architecturally, historically, culturally and socially. It began twelve years ago and is a citywide annual event, giving access to some buildings that are not usually open to the public. (0 comments)
toronto: The 2011 National Home Show in Toronto - 01/13/11 10:53 AM
The 2011 National Home Show in Toronto presented by RE/MAX will be the largest Home Show in Canada. There will be insights from top celebrity and industry experts. You can also shop the latest products with over 700 retailers and take home new ideas for your home. DATES | HOURSFebruary 18 - 27, 2011Weekdays: 11 am - 9 pmSaturdays: 10 am - 9 pmSundays: 10 am - 6 pm**Family Day - February 21st 10am - 9pm*** LOCATIONDirect Energy Centre, Exhibition Place100 Princes' Blvd. Toronto, ON 416 263 3000 (0 comments)
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