In early spring, in a mere matter of days, the whole world had turned upside down.A worldwide pandemic, COVID-19, forced people to stay home,
not venture out and keep away from other people.
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly presented numerous challenges for many parents around the world, as they juggle
working from home and finding a new daily rhythm with family at home. After closing their doors to do their part in slowing the spread of COVID-19, Canderel just re-opened its St.Clair Village sales office.
Operating costs for Yonge Street Mission’s food bank services have been covered for the next few months thanks to #YSMRelay, led by Toronto’s real estate industry and corporate community that has raced around the city, raising $346,500
Recently, I watched a webinar that addressed what life will be like going forward after COVID-19 is behind us. Certainly, the world is changing for individuals, families, groups and companies, and it may never be the “same” as it was before.Aoyuan’s landmark M2M master plan project is located in the North York community, where the developer is making the donation to give back, provide support, and help build a caring community.
Looking to make an impact on the fight against the COVID-19, Meagan And Amanda Damota, current medical students and ambassadors for The Mikey Network, will be producing and donating non-surgical masks to The Hospital for Sick Children.
Following yesterday’s surprise emergency 50 basis point (bp) rate cut by the Fed, the Bank of Canada followed suit today and signalled it is poised to do more if necessary. 80% sold in only six weeks, Altree Development holds groundbreaking ceremony for Thirty Six Zorra.
Altree Developments, in partnership with EllisDon Capital (a member
of the EllisDon family of companies), is pleased to announce the groundbreaking.
Last year, the Greater Toronto Area’s housing market was in recovery mode with sales activity bouncing back from a rough 2018. This year, you can expect prices to heat up even more.