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As a centuries-old saying so aptly notes, knowledge is power. Consequently, the more first-time home buyers know about the different options available to them, the better off they’ll be when they pull the trigger on homeownership.
On the REALTOR.ca website, there is an excellent testimonial video of a seller named Jennifer who deeply regrets not using a REALTOR® to sell their family home for financial reasons (“could have gotten a lot more money”) ...
This is the time of year to build a bird feeder to attract finches, woodpeckers, orioles and other colourful members of the avian family that return from southern climes to nest in the Great White North.
In 1870, a corner lot at Main and Bannatyne (the future site of the Robertson Block) was purchased for $250 and during the early days of the great land boom it sold for $118,000 to John Robertson.
Rock band Rush’s 1975 song, Lakeside Park, contains the line, “everyone would gather on the 24th of May, sitting in the sand to watch the fireworks display,” which is a reference to Victoria Day, a uniquely Canadian holiday.