Investor interest shows signs of slowing in condominium market ahead of construction in Toronto

Construction of The Well condominium project in downtown Toronto is scheduled for September 15, 2020. Like the resale market, buyers of pre-construction homes are beginning to pause purchases amid uncertain economic times.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Investor confidence has started to cool for new condos in Toronto, the latest sign that sharply rising borrowing costs … Read more

List of road and subway closures in Toronto this weekend (May 28-29)

Are you leaving this weekend? Well, there are several road and subway closures in Toronto to keep in mind. ActiveTO Closures The following roads will be closed from 7 a.m. Saturday to 7 p.m. Sunday: Bayview Avenue – from Rosedale Valley Road to Lawren Harris Square River Street – between Bayview Avenue and Spruce Street … Read more

Toronto’s beloved antique market will close for good after this weekend

Whether you’re looking for classic jewelry, antique books, or anything else vintage, Toronto’s Sunday Antique Market has been the place for collectors every Sunday for more than three decades. But it looks like it will be the last Sunday of the market south of St. Lawrence Market, as a closing announcement was posted on the … Read more

Toronto police investigate 4 overnight carjackings

Toronto police said they are investigating four armed carjackings that happened in the space of two hours in Scarborough overnight and believe they are all related. The first occurred around 11:44 p.m. Wednesday, in the area of ​​McLevin Avenue and Greenspire Road. Police say a person was in their driveway next to their vehicle when … Read more

This Toronto restaurant is offering a free shawarma in honor of its late owner

A Toronto restaurant will offer free shawarma next month in honor of its late owner. Originally founded by Ali Al Awadi and his father, Alforat is a restaurant specializing in Iraqi street food, including Iraqi-style shawarma. According to his family, Ali died in a tragic swimming accident while trying to save his friend who couldn’t … Read more

Toronto reports up to three additional cases of monkeypox

Toronto public health officials are reporting two more suspected cases of monkeypox and one probable case on Wednesday, bringing the total number of suspected and confirmed cases in the city to four. Officials said Wednesday that one of the three new cases was a close contact of the city’s first case, detected in a man … Read more

Looking for a rental home in Toronto’s booming market? Read it

Are you looking for rental accommodation in Toronto? It’s an increasingly competitive market, real estate players say, with some tenants offering extra rent up front to get ahead of other applicants – although landlords can’t legally request this under the law. on Ontario Residential Tenancies. So what can an owner ask for? And what should … Read more

Trudeau cancels appearance at BC event after protesters hurl racial slurs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was forced to cancel plans to attend a fundraising dinner on Tuesday night after two speakers at the event said protesters hurled racial slurs at mostly South Asian attendees entering a convention center in Surrey, British Columbia. Trudeau did not enter the building and addressed a crowd for about three minutes … Read more

Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard testifies at sexual assault trial in Toronto

Warning: This story contains details that some readers may find disturbing. Please read at your own discretion. Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard categorically denied raping two women, one of whom was a teenager at the time, testifying Tuesday that the two encounters were consensual and “passionate”. Speaking in his own defense during his sexual assault trial, … Read more