Toronto home prices jump 2.9 per cent to $1.06 million (September 2022)

Toronto home prices jump 2.9 per cent to .06 million (September 2022)

The average price for a home in Toronto was $1.06 million in September 2022, according to the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board. That’s up 2.9 per cent or $29,897 from August 2022 but down 2.6 per cent or $28,320 compared to September 2021. There were 1,744 home sales in Toronto after an average of 22 … Read more

How downtown Toronto home prices changed by neighbourhood in September 2022

How downtown Toronto home prices changed by neighbourhood in September 2022

Here’s how downtown Toronto’s housing market performed in September 2022 compared to August 2022 and September 2021, according to the latest data from Toronto Regional Real Estate Board: Annex and Yonge-St. Clair home prices averaged $1.9 million, up 53.5 per cent monthly and up 14.6 per cent annually. Rosedale and Moore Park home prices averaged … Read more

Canada mass stabbing: Myles Sanderson was the only killer, and his brother was a victim, police say

Canada mass stabbing: Myles Sanderson was the only killer, and his brother was a victim, police say

CNN  —  Investigators now believe Myles Sanderson was the only killer in a mass stabbing attack in Canada’s Saskatchewan province in September – and his brother, initially named a suspect, was among those he killed, police said Thursday. That means 11 people were killed – not 10 as previously announced – in the attacks in … Read more

ArriveCan’s $54-million price tag ‘outrageous,’ tech leaders say

ArriveCan’s -million price tag ‘outrageous,’ tech leaders say

Travellers arrive at Trudeau Airport in Montreal on, April 20.Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press Canadian tech leaders who have built apps for large corporate clients have described Ottawa’s $54-million price tag for ArriveCan as outrageous, explaining that in their experience, most apps are built for less than $1-million. They also question why the government did not … Read more

Foot traffic steadily rising across Canadian cities, new data show

Foot traffic steadily rising across Canadian cities, new data show

As Canada moves out of the COVID-19 pandemic era, new data from commercial real estate firm Avison Young shows a steady increase in foot traffic across the country, as more people return to the office, shop in-store, head back to class, and venture out for events. The latest data comes from the firm’s refreshed Vitality … Read more

Toronto reporter sexually harassed while talking about Hockey Canada sex scandal

Toronto reporter sexually harassed while talking about Hockey Canada sex scandal

A well-respected and dedicated broadcast journalist was sexually harassed live on air this week, ironically while discussing the ongoing Hockey Canada sex assault scandal. The day in the life of a journalist is never easy, especially for women in broadcasting who, while out in the field, have to put with random men who feel entitled to do whatever they want. This … Read more

What are the odds of winning big on Lotto Max?

What are the odds of winning big on Lotto Max?

With Friday’s Lotto Max draw being one of the largest in the game’s history, what are the odds of winning big? There will be an estimated $126 million in top prizing up for grabs Friday, marking the third-largest Lotto Max draw ever. The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) said there will be a $70 … Read more

DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at eight restaurants on Oct. 5

DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at eight restaurants on Oct. 5

Toronto Public Health issued eight conditional passes to restaurants, cafés, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on Oct. 5. Aanch Modernistic Indian Cuisine at 259 Wellington Street West received a conditional pass with one major infraction: Fail to provide handwashing stations with adequate supplies (hot and cold water) Barans Turkish Cuisine And Bar at 2043 Eglinton … Read more

Global order is ‘faltering,’ Canada’s defence chief warns amid recruitment worries – National

Global order is ‘faltering,’ Canada’s defence chief warns amid recruitment worries – National

Canada’s Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre warned members of Parliament on Thursday that the rules-based international order is “faltering” and must be “defended” — but said Canada’s capacity to do so is also under strain. The Canadian Armed Forces have been struggling to bolster their ranks as they grapple with an unprecedented personnel … Read more

Toronto highway closures for planned roadwork (Oct. 7)

Toronto highway closures for planned roadwork (Oct. 7)

Expect delays, especially during heavy traffic periods: The Ministry of Transportation has scheduled 49 closures in Toronto on Oct. 7 for roadwork on Highway 400, Highway 401, Highway 404, Highway 427 and Queen Elizabeth Way. Highway 400 northbound off-ramp at Jane Street: all lanes closed until Oct. 7 at 5 a.m. Highway 400 northbound on-ramp … Read more