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Autumn Colours At Toronto’s Kay Gardner Beltline

November 13th, 2017 | City LivingMonika's Animal HouseMidtown

As the days get shorter and the air gets cooler we find ourselves wondering  “Where did the summer go?” The good news is that autumn in Toronto is an amazing time of year that will win you over despite the chill in the air. Although Toronto is a dense urban… Read Full Entry

Getting Back To Nature On The Don River

November 6th, 2017 | City Living

While urban centres are often challenged to have sufficient green space, Toronto does well by maintaining - and even increasing - its commitment to nurture our natural environment. Toronto - located on a Lake Ontario escarpment - still retains an abundance of ravines and trails (although plenty were destroyed as… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s September 2017 E-Promo

September 29th, 2017 | City LivingHouse And HomeReal Estate

Hold up! Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post! It's the month of back-to-school and back-to-routine! And while you're easing into the swing of things - after the lazy, hazy summer months -… Read Full Entry

Living Well With Liberty Life Yoga

September 11th, 2017 | City Living

Liberty Life Yoga is committed to living & sharing the "liberty life", which they describe as a "fun and holistic lifestyle" that fits with the day-to-day energy of Toronto's young professional. Frankly, it's a breath a fresh air, especially when finding your inner peace can - at times - feel at… Read Full Entry

Raising Your Dog in Liberty Village

September 8th, 2017 | City LivingMonika's Animal HouseKing West / Niagara / Liberty Village

Just as the human population is growing in the neighbourhoods of downtown Toronto, so is the dog population. There are no exact numbers, but it is estimated that there are as many as 280 dogs in an average 40-storey downtown condo. That’s a lot of dogs just waiting to run,… Read Full Entry

Exploring Rennie Park in Swansea

August 14th, 2017 | City LivingMonika's Animal HouseJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaSwansea / High Park / Bloor West Village

Toronto is a city of many parks and green spaces. In fact, thanks to our bountiful tree canopy - even downtown - Toronto was ranked 5th in a study of the greenest cities in the world! (MIT, Treepedia). While the larger, more well-known parks - such as High Park, Trinity… Read Full Entry

A Newlywed Grows Up

August 9th, 2017 | City LivingKellye The Newlywed

Dear Gentle Reader, Hello, friend! I know I’ve been a bit quiet lately but I have missed you. We need to talk about something awkward and I hope you’ll hear me out.  I am very aware there is a finite window of time when calling one’s self a newlywed transitions… Read Full Entry

Much Love For McCormick Park

July 19th, 2017 | City LivingWallace/Emerson & Brockton Village

Internationally ranked as one of the best places to live in the world, Toronto is a city of excellence: excellent restaurants, excellent arts venues, excellent schools, excellent festivals… all combining to form excellent neighbourhoods! But perhaps where The Six shines brightest is our extensive network of urban parks and green… Read Full Entry

Gastro Greatness At The Gladstone In West Queen West

July 12th, 2017 | City LivingRestaurantsQueen West

Would you like to know a fun fact about our city? The Gladstone Hotel, which opened in 1889, is Toronto's oldest continuously-operating hotel! Neat, eh? Fortuitously, as the city diversified, so did the Gladstone, evolving from a simple railroad hostelry into the multi-faceted venue, cultural hub, and esteemed landmark that… Read Full Entry

Louder and Prouder For Gay Pride And Canada

June 23rd, 2017 | City Living

** Reposted from 2011, and just as valid now as then   -Steven ** I'm sure you're asking yourself "Is Steve A Real Model, or a Model Realtor?" Maybe both? Grin.     It isn't every day you find your face suspended on a seven storey city billboard, plastered in most… Read Full Entry