Breaking News: the Orangeville- Brampton Rail Line receives a new lease on life

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Founded in 2000, the Orangeville-Brampton Railway serves several industries in Orangeville and Brampton and was also a public excursion train from 2004 until 2018. Due to the decline in rail traffic in recent years, the user group provided formal notice in 2020 that it would terminate its agreement and service on the line as of […]

People Or Profit

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Brampton City council has just decreed that the potential 10 km of OBRY parkland be mothballed. Shamefully the potential for future civic profit appears to be taking precedence over the evident benefit that a million or more Citizens could enjoy by having additional parkland running through their neighborhoods. The big question remains, what will Caledon Town […]

Reach For The Top!

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Few can contest that the G.T.A housing market has become a raging inferno. Factually home prices have tripled inside 10 years with the biggest % increase occurring in the last 2 years. According to TREB “Toronto`s Average Home Price set another record in January, nearing $1.3 million.” Most of us can acknowledge that the primary […]

The Luck of the Irish!

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This March 1st our Provincial Government has announced that all capacity limits and vaccination restrictions will be eliminated. Hallelujah! What will this mean for an already bustling housing market? Will the suburbs lose their newfound celebrity status? Can our downtowns rise like a phoenix? Wanting answers? Call any one of our 3 offices to have […]