Roncesvalles Village, known fondly as “Roncy,” is a family-friendly, west-end neighbourhood that combines European ambience with a small-town feel. The wide side walks are lined with unique bookstores, boutique clothing shops, independent restaurants, and vestiges of the once-dominate Polish community.
Daily shopping is easy with fruit and flower markets populating the corners, while the 101-year-old Revue Cinema creates a nostalgic feel – all within in short distance of the bustling downtown scene and the city’s largest public park.
High Park: with 399 acres of parkland and Grenadier Pond, it’ s the jewel of Toronto’ s park system
If you haven’t heard, last week the provincial government introduced Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan. This proposed plan includes 16 measures to help cool the Greater Toronto Area’s red-hot real estate market. On Sunday, I joined […]
2017-04-20T15:47:34-04:00 April 20th, 2017|
Today, the provincial government introduced Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan, which includes 16 measures to help cool Toronto’s hot real estate market. Below is an overview of the measures and what I think will happen if […]