Current Obsession: the indie record label that launched Feist and Broken Social Scene opens up its photo album

Arts & Crafts records label is celebrating 10 years of Broken Social Scene by opening a pop up art gallery on Queen West featuring their photos. There’s also an all-day concert at Fort York on June 8, featuring Broken Social Scene, Feist, Hayden and more! Click here for more

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The Find: high-heeled sneakers may sound like an oxymoron, but they’re the most popular shoe in town

Came across this article from Toronto Life in my inbox today. I think you have to have a pretty strong sense of style to get away with them… This spring, there was an unlikely lineup snaking around the Nike store on Bloor. There were no runners or cyclists or basketballers in sight—only a gaggle of […]

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House of the Week: $2.8 million for a brick-and-stone family home in the heart of Forest Hill

This is a pretty spectacular home – four bedrooms on the upper level, three with en-suites, and a full bedroom and bathroom in the basement. It even comes complete with a pool! Address: 126 Kilbarry Road Neighbourhood: Forest Hill South Price: $2,795,000 The Place: A classy five-bedroom home with a chateau-like exterior in the heart […]

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Casting Call: Sarah Richardson

This came across my desk today: Are you looking for, or have you recently purchased, a new home? Imagine being able to make your most important financial decision with the help of a trusted ally…Sarah Richardson! Not only that, what if Sarah were able to help you with the one renovation or design issue that […]

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Linda’s Story

We were looking for a condo for our daughter who is studying Engineering at U of T. She was moving out of residence and knowing she’d be in Toronto for four more years, our thinking was that it made more sense to spend $1000 a month on a mortgage for a nice condo than on […]

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House of the Week: $2.1 million for a Summerhill semi with a tranquil sunken living room

Yes, the renovations look terrific and the location is great. But over $2M for a semi with only two bedrooms? (There is a third, but it’s in the basement… Address: 125 MacPherson Avenue Neighbourhood: Yorkville Price: $2,095,000 The Place: A two-bedroom brick semi on a pretty, tree-lined street in Summerhill. Bragging Rights: Plenty of traditional […]

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Last Week to Nominate an Exceptional Female for RBC’s Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards

Do you know a female entrepreneur who deserves to be recognized? Here’s your chance to nominate her for an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award. Nominations close on Friday. As driven and connected young professionals (YPs), we are willing to bet that many of our Notable.ca readers know a female entrepreneur (or know of her) who […]

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Spending your way to happiness

The Financial Post’s Melissa Leong interviewed two scientists who have published a book called Happy Money: The Science of Happy Spending. Spoiler alert: it turns out that spending money on stuff doesn’t bring as much happiness as spending money on experiences. It sounds like an interesting read! From the Post: According to scientists Elizabeth Dunn […]

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