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Top 6 Toronto Patios Open Now

The announcement of Stage 3 reopening in Ontario means that many of our favourite restaurants will once again be available for indoor enjoyment to the public. Unfortunately, Toronto's reopening will have to wait until at least July 24, due to a higher number of COVID cases than the rest of Ontario.

But don't worry! If you're craving some delicious food from one of Toronto’s many restaurants, here are 6 of the top patios you can visit right now.

 

Eataly

Eataly is a fusion of two words, eat and Italy. So it should come as no surprise that it serves up incredible Italian inspired dishes including traditional Torino-style pizza, summer-inspired aperitivo bites, salads packed with seasonal colours & flavours, and an impressive selection of…

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After a brief drop due to COVID-19, the Toronto housing market has been much like the weather- HOT! It seems not even a global pandemic can hold back home sales. According to the latest TREB data, a total of 8,701 sales were recorded in June- a whopping 89% increase from the previous month.

This represents only a 1.4% decline in sales from June 2019, meaning that despite experiencing the worst economic setback since the Great Depression, people are still buying and selling homes at rates comparable to what was seen before the pandemic. In fact, in some segments of the Toronto market, including detached homes and townhouses, year-over-year growth was recorded.

So how has the Toronto housing market been able to remain so resilient throughout this…

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With Toronto entering Stage 2 of reopening, we are starting to see life in the city begin to emerge. If you've been cooped up all week and are looking to get out this weekend, here are a few things to look out for.

10km of Road Closures for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Toronto residents looking to enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend will be able to take advantage of over 10 km of roads closed to traffic as part of the City’s ActiveTO initiative.

From Saturday July 4 at 6 am until Sunday July 5 at 11 pm, residents will be given extra space along select roads to physically distance while getting exercise outdoors.

Parts of major roads in Toronto will be closed this weekend, Sat. 6 am until Sun. 11 pm:
- Lake Shore Blvd. W.…

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