The sun is setting sooner, the evenings are getting cooler, and patio season is coming to a close. Yes, summer is ending next month, but that doesn’t mean Toronto is ready for hibernation. September will take us from shorts and sandals to sweaters and boots, iced coffees to warm lattes, and it will bring Torontonians a lot of exciting things to see and do.
Toronto isn’t perfect, but it’s a wonderful city to live in. Some would argue that it’s the most livable city in the world - at least that’s what Metropolis Magazine said. And we don't disagree.
Cafe M has resided on Yonge Street for a little less than three years, but it has successfully established strong community ties in an area that is sometimes criticized for not having a real sense of community.
July marked another record breaking month for house sales in the GTA and year-over-year condo transactions increased by an impressive 14.4%.