Smart home technology has made it much easier for homeowners to set up audio and video surveillance, so when you’re walking through a potential home with your agent, gushing about how you’re willing to pay way more is probably a bad idea.
We recently posted about smart home products that we think will become more common in households in 2019. Then we checked out some of the finds at CES 2019, and we found many other exciting innovations. So, we thought we’d share a few of our favourites!
The City of Toronto partnered with three community groups on the Toronto’s Greenest Neighbourhoods project with the goal of encouraging more people to take advantage of rebates and incentives for home energy retrofits.
The GTA region is in for a long, hot summer, according to early climatologist forecasts – and given our fair city just endured an unusually cold and lingering winter (an ice storm in April, what gives?) news of rising temps is music to Torontonian ears.
Last week, all eyes were on the world’s most futuristic trade show, CES 2018, where the latest innovations in tech were unveiled. Between robotic dogs and voice-activated everything, the smart home gear took centre stage.
The City of Toronto, in partnership with the Toronto Public Library, is gathering ideas from the public for the federal Smart Cities Challenge.
The government of Canada’s Smart City Challenge launched late last year and will be