Summer in the city of Toronto

By: Georgiana Woods

Summer in the city of Toronto

Tags: Things to do in Toronto

Summer in Toronto is a amazing time with fabulous events throughout the city! Make sure you enjoy some of these great events! BEACHES INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL July 7 to 30, 2017   TORONTO CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL July 11 to August 7, 2017   TASTE OF THE DANFORTH August 11 to 13, 2017   CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION (CNE) August 18 to September 4, 2017   TORONTO INTERNATION...Read More

By: Georgiana Woods

What to do in April in Toronto

Tags: Toronto, Things to do, Toronto neighbourhoods, fun in Toronto

April in Toronto is a fabulous time of the year for Spring events inside or out! Don't forget to take advantage of these wonderful events in Toronto. April 18-22   Raptors Tailgate Party Get here early to watch the game on the big screen with thousands of screaming fans. Maple Leaf Square   April 18-23   Canadian Music Week 2017 CMW features five&nb...Read More

By: Georgiana Woods

Toronto Winter Light Show

Tags: Toronto,Events,Winter, Distillery,Fun

Looking for something new to do this Winter? The Toronto Light Festival begins January 27 and runs through to March 12th. This event will be held at the The Distillery.  This Festival will display amazing Light Art Exhibits from Toronto as well as from many international artists. The Festival starts at sundown and ends at 11 p.m. The cost is free! Some...Read More

November in Toronto!

By: Georgiana Woods

November in Toronto!

Tags: Fall, Autumn, Santa Claus Parade, Royal Winter Fair

November in Toronto is a great time to enjoy the city's many fun events. A few popular city events are, The Royal Winter Fair, The Gourmet Food and Wine Expo, The Distillery District Christmas Market, The Santa Claus Parade, The Christmas One of a kind show, The Cavalcade of Lights and the Festive windows at The Bay at Queen and Yonge! ...Read More

Halloween in Toronto

By: Georgiana Woods

Halloween in Toronto

Tags: West Rouge, Waterfront, Halloween,

Halloween is a fun time for Children and Adults alike in West Rouge, Toronto. There's a chill in the air, it gets dark early but the streets are full of youngsters dressed in every costume imaginable. Children yell out trick or treat and open their bags to wait to see what treats they will get. The numbers dwindle around 8:00 P.M. as the children return home to check out their goodie...Read More

Sugar Beach In October

By: Georgiana Woods

Sugar Beach In October

Tags: Sugar Beach, Toronto Waterfront, Queen's Quay, Centre Island View, DAniels Waterfront Condos

  Early October. Sugar Beach is but a quiet memory of a warm Summer past. The children and students have gone back to school. Parents and adults alike are back at work but the Pink Umbrellas still stand overlooking Lake Ontario and Centre Island. This  urban beach park opened in 2010 in Toronto's eastern Bayfront. The beach functions as a wate...Read More

Toronto's Centre Island bicycle path

By: Georgiana Woods

Toronto's Centre Island bicycle path

Tags: Centre Island, Toronto, bicycle, path, health, balance, real estate, work, family

When I'm not working, helping my clients with their real estate needs, or spending time with family, I love to enjoy the bicyle paths at Toronto's beautiful Centre Island.  Although Centre Island is only 5.5 Kms. from the east side of the Island to the far west end, the path and its many side trails take up 15 Kms. of bike paths. There is also much to see...Read More

By: Georgiana Woods

Three Ways to Improve the Air and Water Quality in Your Home

Tags: Three Ways to Improve the Air and Water Quality in Your Home

Three Ways to Improve the Air and Water Quality in Your Home When it comes to the elements that make a house safe and comfortable, none are as important as air and water.  Poor air and water quality can cause discomfort, damage your home’s structure, and even affect your respiratory health.  Here are three easy ways to obtain better air, better water, and better health: 1.&n...Read More

By: Georgiana Woods

Selling Your Home: Why Use a Realtor?

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Selling Your Home: Why Use a Realtor? Some homeowners are tempted to try selling their property without the help of a real estate agent (this is called FSBO: For Sale By Owner). The reality is that selling real estate is a complex and highly specialized field. If you are like most, your home is your biggest asset. An agent will help steer you clear of the many pitfalls, and most importantly, wil...Read More

By: Georgiana Woods

A home is only a home if it’s safe.

Tags: A home is only a home if it’s safe.

A home is only a home if it’s safe.  That’s why Royal LePage started its own charity which helps to create safer homes and safer communities. The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention and education programs. Many Royal LePage agents donate a portion of their com...Read More