5 People You Always Spot at Yonge & Eglinton

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Sometimes Yonge & Eglinton is its own little world. Anyone who has lived or worked in the area knows that there’s a certain type of person that graces our awesome neighbourhood with their presence. You’ve probably seen them around more than a handful of times, or maybe you are one of them – who knows.

Anyway, next time you’re in the neighbourhood keep your eyes peeled for these 5 kinds of people you see at Yonge & Eglinton: Continue reading…

How do you feel about the Eglinton Crosstown?

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Yonge and Eglinton is about to be at the crossroads of Toronto’s most major infrastructure in years. With it, the City of Toronto in partnership with Metrolinx is conducting a comprehensive planning study geared towards people that will be affected by the changes along the Eglinton Avenue corridor. The study is looking to help the city prepare for the challenges ahead and to realize the opportunities for the communities along the line. Continue reading…

Have your CondoBed and fill it too

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We want it all. We want the convenience of condo-living paired with the space for all of our stuff mixed with supreme style and comfort. Is that too much to ask? We don’t think so, and we’ve been showing you some of the best products out there to achieve your perfect home. This time around, we want to show you a bed that will help keep your bedroom tidy. No, it’s not a transformer robot that changes from a bed to a robot maid (not yet, at least but one can hope).  It’s the CondoBed. Continue reading…

Redpath Loves Tech: Run-n-Read

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This seems like the epitome of a first-world problem, but lately we can’t help but notice the abundance of people reading while going on their daily run. Our first thought was that it seems kind of dangerous, not paying attention to where you’re going and all, but after a second thought, we realized that trying to focus your eyes while you’re bouncing up and down brings on a headache of epic proportions, right? Continue reading…

“Young and Eligible”? Not as eligible as you think.

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Yonge and Eglinton has long had the moniker “Young and Eligible” because of the romanticized notion that the area is only home to young adults who are single and ready to mingle. Well that’s bunk, it’s myth and we’re here to dole out the cold hard facts about what makes Yonge and Eglinton one of the best neighbourhoods in Toronto. Before you jump to conclusions – no, it’s got nothing to do with the plethora of single, attractive women (although that couldn’t hurt right?) Continue reading…