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Toronto is having a big tech moment

The following article, which appeared on CNN’s website on January 20, 2018, speaks volumes about Toronto both in terms of the strength of its technology sector and the cultural/ethnic diversity of the city.  The article makes specific mention of the fact that the percentage of foreign-born residents in the Greater Toronto Area region — 39.7% […]

Toronto fourth-most livable city in the world, Economist says

The City of Toronto is fourth on the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual list of most “liveable” cities once again in 2016, a spot it has held each year since 2009. The list analyzes five different categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure, ranking 140 cities across the world each year. Toronto is behind […]

Canada Dominates World’s Most Livable Cities in 2015

Each year, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) publishes a list of the top cities in the world in which to live. This year’s list was just published and 3/5 of the top cities were in Canada: #3-Vancouver, #4-Toronto, #5-Calgary. According to the EIU, these cities have “relatively few challenges to living standards,” and enjoy a […]

Toronto named best place to live by The Economist

Reproduced from the Toronto Star Toronto has been ranked the best place to live in a recent report on urban safety published by the Economist. It may not boast a winning hockey team, but Toronto topped a list of 50 cities all measured based on their placement in the Safe Cities Index as well as […]

TD Toronto Jazz Festival

The warm weather and longer days remind us that summer is almost here, and that the city’s largest music festival is ready to kick off a musical celebration like no other! The TD Toronto Jazz Festival, running from June 25 – July 4, will feature local, national, and international musical sensations in almost every neighbourhood […]

Get ready for security checks during G20 summit

Getting home will become a lot more complicated for residents of 33 University Ave. The 28-storey financial district condominium is the only residential building slated to be stuck inside a fenced security perimeter when the G20 summit touches down in Toronto next month. The only way in and out will be through police checkpoints. “It’s […]