Fraser Institute Rankings For Toronto Elementary Schools

The Fraser Institute released their Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools recently. Check out the results for Toronto here.

Toronto’s Farmers’ Markets 2014 Season

We are fortunate in Toronto to have a wonderful choice of local Farmers’ Markets throughout the City.  The number of Markets has grown over the past 5 years and they are located are located all over the place!  Check out the map:  If you are in the downtown area you have Trinity Bellwoods Farmers’ Market […]

Report Card On Toronto Secondary Schools

On Sunday the Fraser Institute released their Report Card on Ontario’s Secondary Schools. Check out how Toronto’s Secondary Schools did.

Toronto Food For Thought: February 21, 2014

Here’s a weekly roundup of articles published this week about Toronto real estate and other interesting events and current affairs that affect the City that are worth a read- enjoy them! Average GTA house price hits $547,107 as market starts to thaw (Toronto Star) Is Craven Road the weirdest street in Toronto? (blogTO) VIDEO: TCH homes could […]

Picking a New Neighbourhood: Ranking of Toronto’s Elementary Schools

Earlier this month the Fraser Institute released their Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools.  For those of you not familiar with the report, it is a yearly report that collects a variety of information and indicators of school performance so that parents can easily analyze and compare the performance of each school.  The Fraser Institute releases two […]

Moving With Kids: 5 Great Leaside Elementary Schools

When moving it’s a great idea to take some time to research schools. Below you will find information about 5 Leaside Elementary Schools.

City Of Toronto: Off Leash Dog Parks 2013

It seems that, as I look around I notice more and more off leash dog parks. Check out this list of official off leash dog parks in Toronto.

Energy Consumption And Your Air Conditioner

In the aftermath of yesterday’s incredible rain Toronto Hydro is asking customers to cut back on their energy consumption today.  As they try to restore power to those that still remain in the dark.  One way to help is by cutting back on the power you use so that they can focus on getting of […]

Living In Toronto: Summerlicious 2013

Summerlicious has started again. Check out this post for more information and links to participating restaurants throughout Toronto.

Shopping Locally: Toronto Farmers’ Markets for the 2013 Season

We are fortunate in Toronto to have a wonderful choice of local Farmers’ Markets throughout the City.  The number of Markets has grown over the past 5 years and, fortunately,  they are located are located all over the place.  If you are in the downtown area you have Trinity Bellwoods (which operates on Tuesday’s between […]