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Here are my weekly picks:
Another week…another Buzzbuzzhome.com infographic. This one looks at how much $1 million can buy you in Canadian new condo markets.
And now “Where” magazine offers up this inforgraphic…50 Insane Facts About Canada.
In Vancouver, the suburban is becoming the urban, as the urban world begins their migration to the suburbs.
You remember Zellers, don’t you? It’s only been a year since they closed and now it’s being re-opened in Ottawa’s west end.
A mystery buyer of the former Avon theatre in Hamilton is tight-lipped about future plans for the 68 year old building.
A 3,000-square-foot, Victorian Toronto coach house is yours for free…just one catch, you have to move it somewhere else.
Still in Toronto…here are four of the absolute worst Craigslist roommate ads.
If you think your commute is tough, check out this Huffington Post article of 15 epic animal migrations that put yours to shame.
If you’re buying a home, selling your home or staging your home, storing extra stuff can be a necessity and Public Storage offers these three (kind of) entertaining ads.
Despite the abundance of retail space available, there is something haunting, disturbing and creepy about these nine abandoned malls.