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Rethinking Condo Spaces – An Innovative Belgium Condo Idea

Living in a condominium can be quite isolating. Despite the fact that there are people above, below, and around you, you rarely see them and talk to them even less. Condos are favoured because of their high-density on a small

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Sears’ Eaton Centre Location up for Grabs

Those of us living close to the Eaton’s Centre are going to see a big change in our retail world in the coming year, after 13 years at its 900,000 square foot flagship location, Sears is moving out of the

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Fabric Laminated Trays

In just a few short steps, you can turn your plain old trays into a decorative piece by using laminated fabric. These can also be great gift ideas! For full instructions to complete this fun DIY project, click here. Sources:

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Film Screenings in Yonge-Dundas Square

With its large and open public space, Yonge-Dundas Square is known as the perfect event venue for public use, at times being filled with a multitude of people getting their kicks front and centre in the downtown core (Nuit Blanche

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Baked Risotto with Peas, Asaparagus, and Pancetta

If you’re a fan of risotto, then you’ll love this recipe. Different from the classic Italian risotto, this version calls for peas, asparagus, and pancetta, each of which have their own various health benefits. Eating risotto alone can boost your

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DIY Pop Culture Posters

Looking for a tasteful way to incorporate your love for a TV show into the décor of your home?  Now you can!  Though some people cringe when they see the seemingly ubiquitous “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters plastered everywhere

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Warm Snow Pea and Chicken Salad

Spring is only a month away!  Can you believe that winter is almost over? (At least technically, according to the calendar- Mother Nature may not agree).  It’s time to put away the crock pots and let go of our attachment

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New Year, New You – Resolutions for you and your condo in 2013

With everyone chattering about the end of the Mayan calendar, it’s only natural to semi-believe that the world might end at the stroke of midnight on December 31st. With the thought of not having to worry about any responsibilities, New

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The Ryerson Theatre School

Ryerson University’s Theatre School does not only offer programs for students who aspire to make it in the entertainment industry, it’s also a place to for theatre goers to enjoy exciting shows. Here’s what is coming up in the next

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The CWNA vision for Yonge St.

Yonge Street is probably Canada’s most famous street. Not only does it date back to the 19th century, but it is also one of the country’s busiest streets.  It used to be the main commercial street in Toronto. Even though

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About The Building

detail photo of the entrance at The Met

Neighbourhood | Church-Wellesley Village

Developer | ---

Number of Units | 387, 325

Number of Floors | 43, 33

Completed | 2007/2008


Walker’s Paradise

Walk Score

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