We’ll soon see a giant red bear lounging in the snow and an intricate black bamboo cage on Toronto’swaterfront. If you haven’t guessed what’s going on yet, Ice Breakers 2018 is back!
Between January 19 and February
As soon as the new year begins, it isn’t long before awards season gets underway. But before we look back on celebs’ cinematic and musical achievements, we can’t forget those who delved into homedecor this
The 2017 NXT City Prize winners were announced this week, unveiling three amazing ideas for transforming Toronto’s public space.
The annual competition engages designers, architects, artists, engineers, and all other creative
The City of Toronto recently held a hearing to update everyone on the status of the Rail Deck Park. Is it happening? Maybe. While the presentation did go into some detail on how the Rail Deck Park would actually be built, it seems like everyone is
Are you a sports fan? Do you have one in your family? It’s still early in the season and I thought it would be fun to embrace your inner sports fan by sharing a few home décor tips for football and hockey lovers!
The season is often
Are you thinking of selling your home, but are concerned that your pet’s presence may turn away potential buyers? There are nearly 80,000 licenced dogs and cats in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), so some may assume that prospective purchasers wouldn’t
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier of Ontario Kathleen Wynne were in town to join Mayor John Tory to unveil the new waterfront community, Sidewalk Toronto. Why is this master-plan such a big deal? It’s a collaboration between Waterfront Toronto
The Economist released its Safe Cities Index 2017 and Toronto is number four on the list out of 60 cities around the world! With a score of 87.36, Toronto is the highest ranked non-Asian city, behind Tokyo, Singapore, and Osaka. Toronto improved