When my dad first got sick, they told him the problem was that his heart was too big. I honestly can’t think of a more apt way to describe him.
Over 100,000 people were on the City of Toronto’s centralized waitlist for subsidized housing at the beginning of 2019. How is it possible for something like this to happen in a city with over 66,000 vacant homes?
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We don’t wear the poppy to celebrate Canada going to war. The poppy should be a stark reminder of the horror of war.
Who is in a better position to advocate for making housing safer and affordable for those who battle with mental health challenges than the real estate industry?
Personally, I still believe in the value of quality journalism, and I don’t believe a new kind of media technology must mean the end of everything that came before it.
This is my last regular column before I retire. In the words of a dear friend I lost a few years ago, it’s been a slice. Thank you all so very much for making this a great ride!
You can and will be able to make a lot of money in the real estate business, but guard your integrity or you will fail. With good planning and preparation, you can achieve all your dreams.
We are getting better all the time at catching the cheaters and bad guys. I believe the real estate business in Canada leads the way.
Today people say time is money but that is not really true. Time is still free and you can give it away to people who need it, if you are willing.