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Bill Burr

Bill Burr

DATE: Saturday, May 20, 2017

TIME: 10:00PM

LOCATION: Conexus Arts Centre, Main Theatre

PRICE: $42.00 – $48.00 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)

*Quick Pick Only for this event. If you have any questions, please call the Box Office at 306-525-9999

About Bill Burr
Bill Burr is an American comedian or a comedian from the North American Union, depending on when you read this. He grew up outside of Boston, Massachusetts and did fairly poorly in school, despite the fact that he applied himself.

Having first gained notoriety for his recurring role on the second season of Chappelle’s Show, Bill developed a comedic style of uninformed logic that has helped him become one of the top comedic voices of his generation achieving success in TV and film as well as the live stage. Selling out theaters internationally, he is a regular with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Fallon and his Monday Morning Podcast is one of the most downloaded comedy podcasts on iTunes. Bill began the podcast in May of 2007 and has produced more than 400 episodes.

Bill performed a sold out show at Madison Square Garden on November 14, 2015. Bill’s fifth hour-long stand-up special, shot in Nashville, premiered on Netflix on January 31, 2017 and later in 2017 the second season of his animated Netflix series, F Is For Family, will premiere featuring Bill, Laura Dern and Justin Long as the Murphy family.

He was seen in the Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell film, Daddy’s Home and he co-stared opposite Kevin Costner in the 2015 indie film, Black or White, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Bill received raves for his recurring role as “Kuby” on the hit AMC-TV show, Breaking Bad. Bill was seen in the Paul Feig film, The Heat, alongside Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, and in the Al Pacino and Christopher Walken film Stand Up Guys. Bill was also seen in the Steve Carell & Tina Fey feature, Date Night.

Bill is against organized religion and believes we should go back to the gold standard for our currency. None of his opinions are based on any sort of reliable information. He tends to go with his first thought, because reading makes him sleepy.

For more go to www.BillBurr.com and follow Bill on Twitter @BillBurr

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Conexus Arts Centre
200a Lakeshore Drive
Regina
CanadaJuly Talk

With their sleek yet gritty brand of alt-bluesy garage rock, Toronto-based five-piece July Talk create rock & roll that's both boldly intimate and wildly confrontational. Each track in the band's repertoire is a conversation in song form, with singers Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay trading lines in a lyrical face-off that's at turns hot-tempered and tender, reckless and poetic. Onstage that conversation warps into beautiful chaos, thanks to the band's joyfully unhinged, spontaneity-fueled live performance. July Talk Formed in 2012 when Peter met Leah in a downtown Toronto bar, quickly adding Josh Warburton (bass), Ian Docherty (guitar) and Danny Miles (drums) the band begin recording a studio album in the summer of 2013. During which They toured alongside Billy Talent, Matt Mays, Arkells, Sam Roberts, Besnard Lakes, Weezer, Matthew Good Band and Tegan and Sara. In 2014 July Talk was nominated for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2014 Juno Awards, and in 2015 they took home a Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year. In Summer 2014 they've played at multiple festivals including the Lachie Music and Arts Festival, Toronto Urban Roots Festival, the Festival d't de Qubec, Osheaga, Squamish Valley Music Festival and Rock The Park London. In fall of 2014 they toured across Australia, Canada and the United States. The majority of this tour was documented in an online series entitled 'From The Road' shot and edited by award winning director Jared Raab.
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The Kee to Bala
1012 Bala Falls Road
Bala
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Toronto Real Estate Market What is really going on in the Toronto Real Estate Market right now?

What is really going on in the Toronto Real Estate Market right now?

Listen to Kenneth Yim, as he interviews me about what is REALLY happening in the Toronto Real Estate Market.

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An Exclusive Event with Chief Winemaker Mark Beringer – Toronto

An Exclusive Event with Chief Winemaker Mark Beringer – Toronto
Please join us on Wednesday, April 19th at Montecito Restaurant for an exclusive tutored tasting hosted by Mark Beringer, Chief Winemaker of Beringer Vineyards, followed by a two-course dinner. The sit down tutored tasting will be co-hosted by WineAlign’s David Lawrason. Together, they will guide you through a selection of wines that showcases the work of one of Napa Valley’s finest and most iconic wine estates. About Mark Beringer Mark Beringer, great-great-grandson of Beringer Vineyards’ founding brother Jacob Beringer, was immersed in wine from the moment he was born in the heart of the Napa Valley. As the direct descendant to Beringer’s first winemaker and one of the most iconic family names in Napa Valley wine history, he knew from a young age that he would follow in the footsteps of his ancestors. As a young man he spent many hours working in his family’s wine store in St. Helena, expanding his knowledge of wine as well as gaining an appreciation for wines outside of the famous region he has always called home. Beringer's Roots in Napa Valley The winery’s history dates back to 1875, when Jacob Beringer and his brother Frederick purchased land to become one of the first wineries in Napa Valley. Since then, they have honed, deepened, and expanded the art of winemaking. They pursue balance between modern technology and time-tested winemaking traditions, resulting in wines of global recognition. EVENT DETAILS: Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Time: 6:30pm Price: $150 (includes taxes and fees) Location:  Montecito Restaurant (299 Adelaide St. West, Toronto) Tickets are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. WINE LIST Beringer Founders’ Estate Chardonnay 2014Beringer Napa Valley Chardonnay 2013Beringer Private Reserve Napa Valley Chardonnay 2014 Beringer Waymaker Red Paso Robles 2014Beringer Quantum Red Napa Valley 2013Beringer Private Reserve Cabernet Napa Valley 2012Beringer Luminus Chardonnay Oak Knoll 2014Beringer Knight’s Valley Cabernet 2013 About Montecito Restaurant Montecito Restaurant is a modern restaurant collaboration between Hollywood director Ivan Reitman and Toronto-based Innov8 Hospitality. The vision for Montecito has been from the beginning to create an environment that captivates a wide audience and brings them together in an exceptional space. Like its Southern California namesake, Montecito combines a casual elegance with effortless sophistication in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District. The two-storey dining room, lounge and outdoor Adelaide Street-facing patio is located steps away from film festival headquarters at TIFF Bell Lightbox. The restaurants’ Farm-To-Table inspired California cuisine menu changes weekly and highlights the very best in Canadian produce, meats, and seafood from both local purveyors as well as notable Canadian suppliers from coast to coast. Our bar features classic as well as craft cocktails using the finest in artisan spirits, mixers and seasonal fruits and vegetables. Our comprehensive wine list highlights producers and artisan winemakers from afar. Montecito Restaurant is committed to improving access and opportunities for people with disabilities by identifying, removing, and preventing barriers that might interfere with their ability to make full use of our facility. Please click here to view our Accessible Customer Service Policy. IMPORTANT:  Our winemaker events have been consistently selling out.  If you are interested in attending then we advise you to purchase your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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Montecito
299 Adelaide Street West
Toronto
CanadaSunfest Presents Ventanas

Date: 

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Time: 

7:00 PM (Doors Open), 8:00 PM (Show Starts)

Ticket Price: 

$25.00 Advance / $30.00 Door

Sunfest Presents Ventanas

Led by singer and flamenco dancer Tamar Ilana, Toronto's Ventanas (the Spanish word for windows) embraces North African rhythms and upbeat Bulgarian dance tunes, as well as Greek, Turkish and Sephardic love songs, and heart-wrenching Flamenco dances. They seamlessly lead their audiences through windows into “an enchanting and genre-warping cross-cultural party” [where] dark-haired señors and señoritas pass around a bottle of Arak against the backdrop of a blazing bonfire, crackling castanets and twirling dervishes.” New York Music Daily contributor delarue adds, “It’s hard to imagine anybody having more fun on stage than this merry band.”

Ventanas formed in 2011 when Tamar returned home from Spain and met up with violinist Mark Marczyk, who shared her interest in cross-pollinating Toronto's culturally diverse music communities. In concert, Tamara’s powerful vocals evoke deep emotions. Add to this the excitement of the Middle Eastern doumbek, the soulful sounds of Greek outi and baglamas, the party vibe of Klezmer and Eastern European fiddle, the fire of flamenco, and the sensuality of belly dance, and Ventanas delivers one eclectically intense mashup.

Ventanas' mélange shines with a new brightness on the group's second album, Arrelumbre, which was nominated for two 2014 Canadian Folk Music Awards. Once again, they succeed in preserving endangered folk traditions while, at the same time, infusing them with new energy, dance, and diverse instrumentation to keep things moving forward. This forward motion comes naturally to Tamar, who has lived and breathed the music of Spain from girlhood, having travelled extensively with her mother, an ethnomusicologist and singer.

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Address:
Aeolian Hall
795 Dundas Street East
N5W 2Z6 London
Canada

low cost houses in Toronto The Real Estate In Toronto

In the start of this year the real estate market decreases. In January and February of this year 2011 the real estate experts in Toronto were declared a slow-down in sales and only reasonable price increases. The value of real estate decreases because of the less buying power of peoples.Real estate sales were slow in the January, February, March, April and may because of the low stock. The real estate sales increased in the month of May by 6% as compared to May 2010 and in the month of June the increase goes up to 21.Everyone hopes that with the high price growth there will be more properties which will be offered for sale and it would result in more reasonable cost increases in the second half of the year. The free hold houses sale increases in the 2011.If you are thinking to sale your home the best thing for you is to make the condition of home good. If you are living in the clutter home in Toronto you must give a full attention to the home before selling. Usually Cluttered homes do not have any ideal look and you feel them very smaller. These cluttered homes did not look much good.

If your home is covered by an amount of small appliances which are cutting boards, cookbooks and other items that we frequently use in the kitchen daily. A stylish and beautiful renovated bathroom can loose its appearance because the vanity counter is packed with cosmetics, brushes and sprays, and the shower floors have different soaps and shampoos. The bathroom and kitchen is always the focal point so before selling make them perfect.The value of real estate depends on many factors. The first factor is the area where your real estate is located. If you are living near the market sides in Toronto your real estate will be expensive. The third factor is the area covered by your real estate and the fourth important factor is the look of your home. A big home but not beautifully designed can lose its value.If you are planning to buy a home, its better for you to first plan that which type of house you want, what will be the size, your preferred area and design of your home.

After thinking on these factors then go to real estate agent. You can also search homes from internet or news paper. The real estate agent will helps you in finding your home in preferred location.The services of real agent are always very professional. You can save your time by taking help from them. The price for their services depends on many factors like if you are looking for a big house they will charge you more. An experienced real agent will help you in very good manner. Always hire a real estate agent who has good reputation in your area.Buying or selling a real estate is always risky. The buying and selling prices depends on the market conditions.

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Buying a house is not an easy task to do and is a serious investment. There are several factors to consider so that when you move to the new house, it will be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few guidelines to think about before you decide to invest in a new home.

If you can anticipate the possibility of reselling the property, don’t take too much of your time choosing an unusual house. Otherwise, you might find it difficult to sell in the future.

Do not ignore the importance of having a quality school near the location of the property you are about to buy. When the time comes that you have to sell the property, this factor might matter to the next buyer.

Determine the pros and cons of the house you will buy, whether it’s brand new or not. Brand new houses may have low maintenance costs, but it can cost you more.

When choosing a house, always determine what’s important and go for it like accessibility, price, location, size, etc.

While there are many houses for sale in any location you can think of bear in mind that you are not the only one looking for properties. Once you found the property that matches most, if not all, of your requirements, do not delay. There maybe others who are interested.

To avoid spending additional money on renovations, take note of the floor flan, kitchen, and bathrooms.

Imagine the house empty so you can have a better idea how the place looks like without its current content. The furnishing and decorations will leave with the home seller. If the property is already vacant on your visit, measure the area to ensure your things will fit.

When looking at real estate listings, always check the listing date. The longer the property is on the market, the higher your chances that seller will reconsider their offer price.

Be specific and honest to your real estate agent. Agents can best help you with all your needs when they know exactly what their clients are looking for.

It always pays to be an educated buyer. Therefore, it is best that you get more information about the market as much as possible.

If you have read all the guidelines above, you can say that buying a house is not simple. It can be more complicated if you are not familiar with the location you are interested in. This is why it is ideal to hire a real estate agent to provide you with expert advice and assistance throughout the whole process. But, it is also as important to do your own homework. Choosing a property is a decision you have to make, which is why having a list of the things important to you and ding some research can go a long way. After all, it’s about being a smart buyer.

Learn more how you can be a smart home buyer with the help of Toronto real estate agents. Visit Toronto real estate website to find out more information.

Buy A House In Toronto Renting vs. buying a home

Renting vs. buying a home

Canada’s average house price has hit a new high, which has some making the decision to rent versus buying a home.
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Buy A House In Toronto Luncheon: Thursday April 20th, 2017 – Sal Guatieri, BMO Senior Economist, on “Economic Outlook: Will this year Trump last year?”

Luncheon: Thursday April 20th, 2017 – Sal Guatieri, BMO Senior Economist, on “Economic Outlook: Will this year Trump last year?”
The Confederation Club Proudly Welcomes Our April 20, 2017 Guest Speaker: Sal Guatieri – Senior Economist, BMO Capital Markets “Economic Outlook: Will this year Trump last year?” Sal Guatieri has been a popular return speaker at Confederation Club luncheons for many years. In addition to commenting on the federal and provincial budgets, housing markets and energy prices, the focus will be on Trump's impact, and how it will affect Canada's economic outlook. Sal has over two decades as a macro economist with BMO Financial Group since 1994, his main responsibilities focused on U.S. and Canadian economies, interest rates and foreign exchange rates. Prior to joining BMO, Sal was an economist with the Bank of Canada, focused on quarterly economic projections and foreign exchange markets. He is a regular commentator on economic and financial trends in all major Canadian media. Sal received his Master's degree in Economics from Queen's University in 1990. He was Secretary for the Toronto Association for Business and Economics from 2000 to 2010. ==================================================== Luncheon Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 Registration 11:30 – 11:45 amLuncheon 12:00 – 1:30 pm Crowne Plaza Hotel, 105 King St. E., at Benton St, Kitchener, ON Get your membership today and save! For more information click the link below: http://www.confederationclub.ca/?page_id=7**Parking is free for luncheon guests. Please provide your parking stub to our registration table** The Confederation Club is a networking organization whose purpose is to promote awareness and inform members on matters of economic, social or national interest with a conservative focus. Buy Membership (Regular) – CA$40.00 Buy Membership (Senior) – CA$30.00 Buy Membership (Student) – CA$30.00 Club Member – CA$30.00 Non Member – CA$45.00
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Address:
Crowne Plaza Kitchener Waterloo
105 King St E
N2G 2K8 Kitchener
CanadaMICHAEL WHITE & THE WHITE

After Beatlemania, "The White" was the first musical group to be known as a 'tribute band'. Although the group began as an original band, constant comparisons to the sound Led Zeppelin led the band to start billing themselves as "The White/A live musical tribute to Led Zeppelin". By 1979 the band were buying their own media to promote sold-out shows in the LA area.When "The White" began touring the US, clubs and promoters had to be educated about the concept of a 'tribute band'. It was not uncommon for a club to ask if The White were going to show movies or bootleg videos of Led Zeppelin or if vendors would be selling collectibles in their club. This is now common practice at Zepfest events all over the world but back in the late 1970's, it was not. There was no easy road back then and Michael White and his band had to pave the way.The BeginningIn 1976 Michael White was a member of 'The Boyz' (with George Lynch and Mick Brown from Dokken). Managed by Kim Fowley (The Runaways), The Boyz amassed a significant following in the LA music scene. To illustrate the calibre of the band at that time, Van Halen and Quiet Riot (with Guitarist Randy Rhoades) were opening acts for The Boyz on several occasions. The Boyz also opened several sold out shows in the L.A. area for the teenage girl band 'The Runaways'. So big was The Boyz profile, that Gene Simmons brought a rep from Casablanca Records to see the band (as credited in his book 'Kiss & Make-up'). Casablanca ended up flying Van Halen to New York to record demos that would eventually land them their record contract with Warner Brothers. Meanwhile The Boyz were getting reviews in the LA Times, that said vocalist White sounded like Robert Plant but record companies weren't signing acts that sounded like Led Zeppelin in 1976. They were signing bands that sounded like the Knack and Blondie. So the band broke up.In 1977 Michael started a band called 'LA Fox' with Randy Piper who would later go on to play with WASP. Again accused of sounding too much like Led Zeppelin, a record deal alluded the band. In late 1977, Michael started 'The White' with guitarist Lanny Cordola (Guiffria, House of Lords), an all-original band that was again shunned by the record labels for sounding too much like Led Zeppelin. Eventually White was approached by Nikki Sixx to front his band 'London' that would soon turn into Motley Crue (as credited in the Motley Crue biography 'The Dirt'). He played with them for about 6 months before returning full-time to 'The White'.Frustrated by the record companies' rejection of the band, Michael decided if he sounded like Robert Plant and the music he wrote sounded too much like Led Zeppelin, he might as well try playing Led Zeppelin. The strategy succeeded and within a matter of weeks the band was selling out clubs all over southern California. In 1979 'The White' played a string of Six Flag amusement parks across the United States resulting in their first taste of touring. In 1980, working with manager Tim Heyne (Canned Heat, Nickleback), The White started a prolific period of touring that would extend over 2 decades.In 1983, Michael finally met with Robert Plant in Denver while Robert was on his 'Principal of Moments' tour. Plant was familiar with The White and actually wore a 'The White' T-shirt on stage at one of his shows and posed wearing it in Cream magazine. Plant changed the course of White's life connecting him with the head of Atlantic records West Coast office. As a result of the call, White was signed by Atlantic Records in 1985. During 1984-85 White was also busy in the recording studio with producer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones) recording demos that would lead to a recording contract with Atlantic Records the following year. While still maintaining a hectic touring schedule, The White's popularity was gaining momentum. Playing 3 sold out shows in one night at the Rainbow Music Theatre in Denver, attendance exceeded 4500 fans. This figure surpassed that of the legendary rock band Aerosmith who played to 3500 fans at the Red Rock Amphitheatre on the same evening.In 1986 Atlantic flew the band to Germany to record at Musicland Studios with producer Mack (Queen, ELO, Billy Squire). Coincidentally, Mack worked with Led Zeppelin on the "Presence" album. Recorded in eight months "Michael White" was released in spring 1987. Guest performers included Billy Squires' band on one track. Reviews and interviews appeared in Billboard Magazine, Kerrang magazine, and newspapers and music magazines across the United States and Europe. Yet again, the Led Zeppelin comparisons appeared in the media. Nonetheless, the band garnered a top ten hit on Q107-FM in Toronto, with the song 'Psychometry'.For a short time in 1987, White recorded with the German band 'Accept', met with Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge/Rod Stewart) and recorded with John Sykes' (Thin Lizzy/Whitesnake) band 'Blue Murder'. During this time White also negotiated briefly with Vinnie Vincent regarding singing with Vinnies' band and was asked by WEA Records to work on the 1987 movie 'Lost Boys' writing music for a few specific scenes.The years of adventure and misadventure led White back to touring with 'The White' and paying tribute to Led Zeppelin. In 1988, White moved to Toronto, Canada and in 1989 was signed to Griffin Records out of Chicago to record another album called "Michael White/The White". This album had regional success across the United States and Canada, but would also enjoy success in Europe and Asia. In 1993, 'The White' traveled to England to perform the Led Zeppelin tribute at the Capital Radio Music Festival, then the biggest music festival in the world. While there, they shared the stage with Eric Clapton, Elton John, Prince and James Brown. In 1994 another album was released on Griffin Records, "Michael White plays the music of Led Zeppelin". This Album is still in print today and is distributed worldwide, receiving a favorable review (7 out of a possible 10) in 'The Collectors Guide to Heavy Metal' by Martin Popoff.Although the concept of a tribute band is quite common today, 'The White' continues to tour performing over a hundred shows per year across Canada and the U.S. including many major Zepfest conventions. Michael still enjoys the crowds' response to the timeless music of Led Zeppelin, even after all these years.In the summer of 2003, Q107 radio in Toronto began playing "Psychometry", from the Atlantic album that had been out of print since 1988. It worked its way into rotation and started getting requests. On the merit of the air-play and response, Atlantic records re-mastered and released the album on CD in Sept 2003. It was carried by all of the major CD stores in Canada including Wal-Mart and hit the Canadian SoundScan sales charts on December 07, 2003 in the top 200.While not performing, Michael White is busy with the operation of 'Under the Whitehouse' his Toronto recording studio, producing and arranging for many top U.S. and Canadian recording artists (see credits attached).Selected Credits:Original vocalist for Motley Crue/London (1979) as credited in biography The DirtFormed the first Tribute band The White-A Tribute To Led Zeppelin (1979)Released debut solo album Michael White on Atlantic Records (1987)Worked on music for the movie Lost Boys (1987)Released second solo album Michael White/The White on Griffin Records (1989)Performed at the Capitol Radio Music Festival – London, England (1993)Released third album Michael White plays the music of Led Zeppelin on GriffinRecords (1995)Produced six soundtrack albums for Griffin Records (1996-97)Produced Whatcha Got by Carlos Morgan (1999) went top 20 in CanadaPerformed on CTV nationally televised Open Mike with MikeBullard (2000)Produced radio edits on Eileen Shania Twain album on Limelight Records (2001)Licensed video footage of Motley Crue/London on VH1 show Driven (2002)Vocalist on Cleopatra Records 2007 album LEDBOX featuring Keith Emerson (ELP),Steve Morse (Deep Purple), Steve Lukather (Toto), Rick Wakeman (Yes), Alan White (Yes), Manny Charlton (Nazareth), Vinnie Colaiuta (Jeff Beck),Albert Lee, Dweezil Zappa and Walter Trout.
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Address:
First United Church, Port Credit
151 Lakeshore Road West
L5H 1G3 Mississauga
Canada

Houses In Toronto Painting Contractors in Toronto

Paint changes the look of the building. It converts simple houses or monotonous offices into lively and attractive buildings. The outlook of the building reflects the owner’s nature. It also influences the customer’s decisions to have business relations with him. A worn out building portrays the owner’s lack of interest in its maintenance.

Toronto is the largest city of Canada which is relatively modern. Toronto painters are quite famous throughout the country as they are highly skilled. Painting an entire building is a herculean task and requires well-trained professionals. It can’t be done by you. It requires skills and a lot of hard work. There are several professional contractors who take up this responsibility. They release you of the burden and give you the desired results.

The contractors can either make your house attractive or even worse than before depending on their skill. Thus you must be extremely careful while selecting them. Nowadays there is a lot of competition in this market. Thus few points should be kept in mind while selecting an efficient contractor:

* The most important point is that the contractor should be well experienced
* The quality of service provided should be excellent
* He should provide warranty for his work
* He should be able to make arrangements for the completion of the work in time
* He should keep in mind the demands of the customer and respect their suggestions
* His main aim should be the satisfaction of the customer and not his personal interests

The Toronto painters are quite efficient and fulfill all the above requirements. Hiring painting contactors is quite expensive. They will of course charge you for the services offered by them. Price should not be the criteria for selecting the contractor. The services rendered by them are quite expensive and thus they can’t provide you with the best services at low prices.

Some of Toronto’s painting contractors provide the services at reasonable prices so that the customers can easily afford them. They aim at giving you the best result at the minimum prices keeping in mind your demands and expectations. Further, they are very cooperative and schedule their work according to your convenience. Thus your family members or employees are also not disturbed by the painters.

Painting contractors in Toronto also provide the best services in Canada. They completely change the look of the building which helps in attracting clients and friends. Your satisfaction is their priority and they give it utmost importance. Moreover, they inspect the building and give you a brief report on its condition. They also provide suggestions about the quality and colour of the paint to be used. Thus they aim at making your building one that gives you a soothing feeling.

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Short rent stay apartment Toronto for young professionals options are hot these days, with the plethora of condos and houses built on the way to the vacant positions in apartment in desirable locations. Choice of a furnished housing in Toronto in downtown Toronto means that you will be close to the pulse of the city, where everything is happening. The region has an incredible energy and there is a variety of professionals and students and the artistic people who bring the region to life. Toronto furnished apartments in downtown Toronto options are good and you can enjoy the multitude of shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and Allan Gardens, which is the largest botanical garden in the region and offers a number of activities throughout the year. With easy access to bus and subway, young professionals will appreciate these options in downtown Short rent stay apartment Toronto, Liberty Village, Corktown, Harbourfront and even Little Italy. If you are a young professional with a job in the Midtown area, then Furnished apartments for rent Toronto nearby options include the popular districts such as Yonge, Eglinton and St. Clair Davisville Village. Many singles find plenty of things to do in these areas through the entertainment, restaurant, shops and leisure activities. Thanks to the system of transit of Toronto as the bus and the Metro, you can quite happily exist without the need of a car of your own because they access most areas of the city.

Consider renting an apartment in the water front.

If you are considering the area of the west end for an option of Toronto furnished apartments, then look at the junction and Parkdale. Two of these areas are near the stations of subway and bus and easy to travel to various recreational activities in the region. The junction has a few restaurants, bars and affordable shopping areas. Parkdale has revitalization and can take advantage of new restaurants, galleries and specialty shops. This region is where the Danforth neighbourhood is located and benefits from a Greek influence and even Italian. The region of east-end has a beautiful selection of furnished housing in Toronto and the community has whole families. You must decide on the location as well as the amenities available regarding short rent stay apartment Toronto options which would be a part of not only your budget but also your lifestyle in general. Toronto has a wealth of different types of exquisite accommodation. If you come to Toronto for a prolonged stay or searching for permanent accommodation, you must take account of how much you can spend on accommodation. Stay in a hotel can result in a very expensive accommodation bill. For many people, stay in a furnished housing in Toronto is a popular choice. These apartments provide guests with all the luxuries of a hotel and a home-away-from-home environment. The prices are much cheaper than hotel and are available for weekly or monthly stays. There are many apartments to rent in the short term at the Toronto meeting the diverse needs of its customers.

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Toronto Real Estate Market Toronto Neighbourhoods To Invest In – Great Toronto Real Estate Realtor

The Toronto Real Estate Market – 2009 / 2010

Versatile real estate agents always keep their customers interests upfront in their minds. Monica I, a great real estate agent from West end Toronto every day explores the GTA marketplace daily online. She remarks, presale Toronto property undertakings are well underway, including some high-end condominium hotels and high-rise tower residences that will transform the Toronto horizon forever.

And for seasoned homes in the GTA area, Monica states to add value, update the master suite, kitchen and bathroom to produce agood return on the investmentif if it is time to sell. So folks, if you are ready to get into the real estate market in Toronto, then congratulations, there are great bargains out there, especially with the interest rate at a low low rate of what 2.25% prime, if not less.

Toronto, for many years was one of the hottest of the hot real estate markets in North America, with an % appreciation in your properties value in the double digits. When the real estate market is superb, one of the things you must keep in mind is to get a home inspection done. And remember even if a market is hot, and you want to get into the action, always remember to go with a real estate agent whose total marketing presentation and rapport makes sense to you.

Another great online article from CMHC that Monica points out to her clients was this. CMHC Canada states that year-over-year, starts are still down. In May 2009, there were 760 starts in Atlantic Canada’s urban centres, compared to 1,094 in May 2008. In Quebec, there were 3,594, down from 4,659. In Ontario, urban starts fell to 3,665, from 6,570.

Housing starts are expected to increase to 150,300 in 2010, from 141,900 in 2009, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC) second quarter Housing Market Outlook report. “Market activity will begin to strengthen in 2010 as the Canadian economy recovers, bringing housing starts more in line with demographic fundamentals over the forecast period,” says Bob Dugan, chief economist for CMHC.

Usually when a local municipal group has plans for an area, it is probably an area of growth and expansion. Basically your two eyes and a good recollection of traffic intensity will also tell you, this area is growing. And we all know when an area grows, people need jobs, and if people have jobs, then people have money, and if people have money the area grows more and more.

And for seasoned homes in the GTA area, Monica states to add value, update the master suite, kitchen and bathroom to produce agood return on the investment if it is time to sell. So folks, if you are ready to get into the real estate market in Toronto, then congratulations, there are great bargains out there, especially with the interest rate at a low low rate of what 2.25% prime, if not less.

Look for Rezoning too is important in new up and coming neighbourhoods. If a generally commercial community is shifting into a highly residential region, it’s a great sign the area is taking a turn for the best. Also, check for developers building highrises and, in turn, more suites and homes. After that, the region will explode – the more residential households, the area starts to look stronger and more preferable amenities move in like cafes and shops, having the area more liveable and community-oriented.

So folks, from among the many Toronto real estate agents out there in the market, please verify first that you like the agent that you choose. If you can not see eye to eye, or you dont feel a “in-touch with your needs” chemistry bond with them, it may not work.

Every since her first day in real estate, Monica strives to help Toronto home buyers and sellers make better informed decisions by providing them with informative articles and up to date MLS listings, all related to the property they wish to sell or purchase. She is a wealth of neighbourhood knowledge.

In todays marketplace, you need a good real estate agent. And from I have seen, she prides herself on a level of customer service that is unparalleled by any other Toronto real estate agent. Talk to one of her past clients, you will see what I mean. Referrals are the ultimate compliment for a job well done, and almost every week, she gets a voicemail, a new referral.

That is why I highly recommend Monica as one of the best Toronto real estate agents that can work with. You truly get your money’s worth. Monica knows the marketplace, so you may be able to catch the next up and coming neighbourhood boom in Toronto before it happens. Call her.

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The Fall Of The Canadian Housing Market – The Bubble Will Burst!

The Fall Of The Canadian Housing Market – The Bubble Will Burst!

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen extensively about the fall of the Canadian housing market, most notably in Vancouver and Toronto, Canada.
Important facts regarding the coming bubble burst:
*In Vancouver there are 66,719 empty mansions and counting
*Vancouver home sales have crashed more than 40% while Toronto home prices have soared more than 22%
*”Sales of detached houses, condos and townhomes fell to 2,425 transactions, so the home sales are down 41.9 per cent when compared with 4,172 deals a last year – a record high for the month of February” according to The Globe & Mail. This is 7.7% under the 10-year February average.
*Last August, the B.C. government implemented a 15-per-cent tax on foreign home buyers in the Vancouver region, contributing to the real estate market’s slowdown.

TORONTO:
*Single-family detached houses are reaching prices of at least 1 million dollars, almost doubling this year in the Greater Toronto Area.
*The Greater Toronto Area saw 2,876 sales of detached properties of $1 million or more in January and February compared with 1,548 in the first two months of 2016.

Recently, a report attended the Canadian Real Estate Wealth Expo in Toronto as a joke, but came out of the event with a shocking revelation. The Canadian housing market is about to blow “sky high.” At the event, realtors from the United States were telling people to pool their money and borrow from friends and families. They claimed the markets are going to perpetually go up in value.
Beyond this, they were endorsing leveraging and negative equity. An incredibly irresponsible thing to tell around 15,000 people ready to take these scammers’ word for it.
John Sneisen echoed the sentiments of Robert Kiyosaki, “Your house is NOT an asset!” which often riles up realtors, but remains true unless your house is for sale. However, too often, people forget the past and blindly walk into massive bubbles like the housing market expecting to make an enormous amount of money, only to lose everything.
As the housing market in Vancouver and Toronto get ready to blow sky-high, Chinese firms and even government officials buy up countless properties. One with a conspiracy oriented mind may question why this is. With the level of debt Canada and the United States has with China who themselves are building ghost cities due to their own real estate bubble, it’s interesting that China is purchasing so much Canadian land. To some degree, it’s more about corrupt officials hiding their money from the communist order in China, and in other cases innocent citizens doing the same, however there seems to be a trend of government connected organizations doing the same.

In the above video, John Sneisen and I break down a half hour of information alongside charts and sources you won’t see anywhere else. Be weary of the bubbles good people, the precipice is near and history does repeat.

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Featuring:
Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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