Integrating into a new society can be a difficult adjustment, particularly for immigrants. Not only do they have to find Toronto storage and housing for their belongings in an unfamiliar area, but they also have to adapt to a lifestyle that's probably quite foreign to them. But according to the British Council and the Migration [Read More]
At one point or another, the Greater Toronto area's best and brightest have no doubt wondered how much time they spend looking for something that's been misplaced. A survey from Brother International may just answer that question.
According to the survey, Brother International says approximately 76 working hours are lost for each person due to disorganization [Read More]
On the heels of an Economist magazine survey revealing the Greater Toronto area to be among the most liveable cities in the world, it's also becoming more affordable.
Not only is the Greater Toronto area replete with cheap storage units, but according to a recently released report from the Royal Bank of Canada, housing affordability increased [Read More]
If there's overlap between the United States and Canada when it comes to trends, then Torontonians with an eye for organization should rent their storage units now while they're still available.
According to an OfficeMax survey, a high percentage of people are adversely affected by their unorganized nature and are determined to seek out improvement.
Included among [Read More]
The forecast shows snow showers and temperatures topping out in the mid-30s for the Toronto area in the coming days. But there's another reason Toronto residents should keep their summer cars safely stowed away in their storage units: gas prices.
According to Torontogasprices.com, Greater Toronto area gas prices jumped nearly four cents literally overnight.
Economists attribute the [Read More]
As Toronto's population continues to grow and storage units are filled, it's clear that homebuilders are expecting more is on the way, as housing starts rose last month.
According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corportation, 170,400 units were started last month, up from 169,000 units in December 2010.
"Housing starts moved slightly higher in January because [Read More]
Those who have recently moved to Toronto but can't help but be uncertain about whether it was the right decision can take heart: It's among the most most liveable cities in the world.
Every year, the Economist magazine conducts a sweeping assessment of 140 cities around the world. With ratings from 1 to 100 – 1 [Read More]
After a recent spat of automobile thefts in the area, Torontonians may finally be able to take their vehicles out from the safety of their storage units.
On Friday, Toronto police arrested a 33-year-old man who is believed to be responsible for causing tens of thousands of dollars in damages to dozens of vehicles around the [Read More]
With the Toronto real estate market back on track, the city is looking to keep businesses in the black and storage units stacked by bringing some heavy-hitting residents to the Greater Toronto area.
According to CBC News, Mayor Rob Ford thinks the National Football League needs some Toronto representation.
"How can we bring tourism to Toronto? How [Read More]
The Toronto area saw significant growth in the real estate market in January, and the Canadian Real Estate Association believes the market will grow even more in the month of February, perhaps signaling renewed demand in Toronto storage units as well.
That's because tighter mortgage regulations will be instituted soon and future homeowners want to take [Read More]
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