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Home Heating and Electricity Costs to Surge

Homeowners and tenants of non-inclusive housing units can expect their heating and electricity bills to rise this winter, as Enbridge Gas has applied to the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) to raise natural gas rates once again. If the request is…

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Toronto’s Restaurant Scene Sees Stars

Toronto’s culinary scene has gotten a boost with the publication of the city’s first-ever Michelin Guide. Seventy-four dining establishments made the inaugural list, including one two-star restaurant, 12 one-star restaurants, 17 Bib Gourmand restaurants and 44 recommended restaurants. Selection of…

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Top Neighbourhoods for Under and Overbidding

The Greater Toronto Area’s once-hot real estate market has turned amid a series of aggressive interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada to tamp down too-high inflation. Bidding wars have become a thing of the past in many neighbourhoods…

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More Canadians Settle to Rent Forever

Almost one-third of Canadians have given up on their dream of homeownership, according to a new survey by Finder. Of these, more than half — five million of nine million Canadians — expressed they are no longer interested in homeownership.…

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Housing Promises Ontario Parties are Making

The provincial election campaign officially kicked off May 4, though the parties having been making promises for weeks now. Here are the main tenets of each party’s platform that relate to making housing more affordable for Ontarians. Conservative To address…

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