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As the pandemic pushes urbanites out of big cities, some look for communities that share their values | EXCERPT

Thursday Dec 17th, 2020

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  ILLUSTRATION BY KATHLEEN FU Josh Murray, who is leaving Toronto with his wife for a house in Kitchener, Ont., picked their neighbourhood partly because of its diversity. When he has children, he wants them to grow up in a multicultural environment. “There’s certain places we didn’t consider because of that,” Mr. Murray said, referring to areas that are more racially homogeneous. Daniel Foch, broker at Foch Family Realty in Georgina, Ont.,... [read more]

'Troubling trend': Toronto posts record home sales in July as listings plummet

Friday Aug 5th, 2016

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Toronto’s housing market churned out another record-breaking month in July. Almost 10,000 homes changed hands in the Greater Toronto Area, the highest recorded number for the month of July, the Toronto Real Estate Board reported. Average resale prices jumped 16.6 per cent to $709,825, with the cost of detached homes soaring 21 per cent from the same period last year, to $952,983. The market also continued to experience what the board called “a troubling trend in the... [read more]

Hwy. 400/404 link gaining momentum, according to Bradford mayor

Thursday Aug 25th, 2016

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  'Bradford Bypass' hot topic with province File photo The Hwy. 400/404 link has topped priority lists for municipalities such as Bradford, Innisfil and East Gwillimbury. Bradford West Gwillimbury Topic By Brea Bartholet  Talks surrounding the proposed Hwy. 400/404 link, formerly known as the Bradford Bypass, seem to be gaining more ground as months go by. Mayors within Simcoe County and York Region continue to meet on a... [read more]

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