Kawartha Lakes News

A place to keep you up to date with the latest news and events from around the Kawartha Lakes area.

Fountain Avenue Kitchen: Salad made with watermelon and avocado best served with a garden view

Fountain Avenue Kitchen: Salad made with watermelon and avocado best served with a garden view.
06/22/2017
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Protecting Ontario’s Waterways for 20 years

The Ontario-developed Clean Marine Eco-Rating Program is an environmental program that allows marine businesses to follow best practices to reduce and prevent water, air and land pollution from recreational boating activities in Ontario.
06/22/2017
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Emergency preparedness

Be prepared.  Everyone in Ontario is encouraged to be prepared — by creating a plan, assembling an emergency survival kit and by staying informed.
06/22/2017
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Boating

Safety and Regulations All boaters should be familiar with boating safety and regulations before heading out on to the lakes. Transport Canada provides a full on-line version of The Safe Boating Guide.
06/20/2017
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Benefiting from Your Chamber Membership

It’s obvious to mention that you’re losing money if you’re not using your chamber membership, but it’s more than just being out the membership dues. If you’re not using your membership to its fullest, you are losing potential...
06/20/2017
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Ontario’s Houseboat Capital

Deep in the heart of Kawarthas Northumberland is Kawartha Lakes, Ontario’s Houseboat Capital.  With over 50 rental houseboats in close geographical proximity on the Trent Severn Waterway, there exists a unique opportunity for people from around...
06/20/2017
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All locks are now open on the Trent-Severn Waterway

The Trent-Severn Waterway is now fully open for the 2017 navigation season.  All lock stations, from Lock 1 in Trenton to Lock 45 in Port Severn, are open to boat traffic.
06/13/2017
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An ambitious summer season ahead at Bobcaygeon’s Globus Theatre

One of my yearly summer highlights are my trips to the Lakeview Arts Barn in Bobcaygeon to attend performances by Globus Theatre. Only a short scenic drive away, it’s a beautiful space I return to year after year, where I not only see some of the...
06/13/2017
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Getting it done: three businesses to help you simplify your outdoor to-do list

Time outdoors should be spent relaxing, not tackling a massive to-do list. In this column, we bring you solutions that last from three local businesses. There’s a roof with a lifetime guarantee, landscaping solutions that are virtually maintenance...
06/13/2017
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Take a Road Trip to Kawartha Lakes

The First Nations people named the Kawarthas after an Ojibwa term meaning “The Land of Shining Waters.” Uniquely Canadian, the Kawartha Lakes offer a rich mix of picturesque farmlands, unspoiled scenery and historic towns.
06/13/2017
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City of Peterborough seeks artists and designers for two more public art projects

The City of Peterborough’s Public Art Program is continuing its efforts to make Peterborough the public art capital of Ontario with two new calls for proposals for projects in downtown Peterborough: a new mural at the YES Shelter for Youth and Families...
06/13/2017
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Strong evidence of problematic conditions persists in Canadian real estate market: CMHC - Vancouver

TORONTO — Strong evidence of problematic conditions continues to exist in the national housing market, as accelerating prices spill out from Canada’s two most expensive cities to surrounding areas, according to the federal housing agency.
06/13/2017
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Holy Cross Hurricanes win Kawartha high school girls curling championship

OMEMEE - Two city teams are heading to the COSSA championships in Sterling next month after the Holy Cross Hurricanes claimed the Kawartha high school curling championship in finals held at the Omemee Curling Centre on Tuesday.
06/09/2017
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Canadian real estate market outlook 2017

For homeowners the great, big, unanswered question is whether or not the Canadian real estate market will finally crash in 2017. Turns out, all reports and analysis lean towards a flattening out of property prices in most Canadian markets, with...
06/09/2017
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4 Signs Toronto's Housing Bubble Has Started To Deflate

It’s been more than a few years since Greater Toronto’s real estate professionals have felt disappointed with a spring selling season; in recent years the reaction has been closer to astonishment as the region hit one new record after another.
06/09/2017
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Boating Safety Advocates Across North America Promote Safe and Responsible Boating During National Safe Boating Week

What looks like a perfect day for boating can quickly become hazardous if someone ends up in the water. Boating safety advocates across the United States and Canada have teamed up to promote safe and responsible boating – including consistent life...
06/09/2017
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Peterborough centre helps turtles at risk on roads

My passion for nature began with turtles. Catching these wary reptiles was one of my favourite pastimes as a child. I was especially proud whenever I managed to bring home a snapping turtle, keep it for a day or two and show it off to my friends and family.
06/09/2017
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Citizen scientists needed for Sturgeon Lake project

KAWARTHA LAKES – Kawartha Conservation is looking for a dedicated group of volunteers who would like to take part in a water quality initiative on Sturgeon Lake.  The project will involve collecting water samples and taking water temperature...
06/09/2017
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Kawartha Lakes community asked to help 12-year-old boy battling cancer

OSHAWA — Kathy Tomasik is hoping the community will rally to help her young nephew who is in a battle for his life. Tomasik, of Lindsay, said Aiden Mitchell, 12, is fighting cancer for the third time in five years, and while the province will...
06/09/2017
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North Kawartha Lakes Association (NORKLA) 2017 Seminar Series for ALL Property Owners

Saturday, June 24th 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon with coffee break join us at the Kawartha Community Centre, Apsley Cost of Admission is $5.00 Speakers Include: Rick Esselment - Septic Health and Barb Elliot - Natural Shorelines
06/01/2017
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Kawartha Lakes calls for volunteers for Milk Run and KL21K event

The City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture division is currently seeking responsible, energetic and reliable volunteers to assist at the 39th Annual Lindsay Milk Run. This 5km/10km event takes place on Sunday July 16, 2017 and starts and...
06/01/2017
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Economists change tune on foreign-buyers tax in Ontario

The Ontario government moved ahead with a foreign-buyers tax after earning the approval of Canada’s top bank economists in private meetings that officials say were critical to shaping a new housing policy.
06/01/2017
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Vote for your favorite cottage region in Canada!

One of Canada's most popular summer pastimes is planning a trip to a lakeside cottage for a bit of R&R. While the province of Ontario is most closely associated with cottage country, stunning cottage regions have...
06/01/2017
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Ontario activates disaster relief funding for people affected by the Ottawa River flood

The provincial government has activated a program that will help cover uninsured costs for people and businesses affected by the massive Ottawa River flood.
06/01/2017
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Perfectly Grilled Summer Corn on the Cob

Let’s be honest- in Texas, it’s BBQ season YEAR round. I always laugh because when Mathew and I first met, his family would always ask me, “Oh, so what does your family do on ___ holiday?” (fill in the blank with Easter, New Years,...
05/19/2017
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A real estate broker and a housing researcher face off over Ontario’s tax on foreign buyers

Late last month, the Ontario government announced a 16-point plan for tackling exploding housing prices in Toronto and other parts of the province.
05/19/2017
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What to Do in the First 24 Hours After a Flood

Whether a flood is caused by ground water, falling water, or home water system malfunction, there are some best practices you’ll need to employ within the first 24 hours after the flood to ensure the safety of your home and family and give you the...
05/19/2017
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Fishing buddies celebrate 40 years of chasing walleye on Pigeon Lake

EMILY TOWNSHIP — Brendon White says he wasn’t happy when the provincial government introduced a slot size for walleye in the Kawartha Lakes years ago.
05/19/2017
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Ontario government, Toronto Real Estate Board at odds over foreign buyers

In a case of duelling data, the Toronto Real Estate Board and the Ontario government have their own conflicting calculations on the amount of foreign ownership in the Greater Toronto Area housing market and the effect it's having on skyrocketing prices.
05/19/2017
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15 FARMHOUSE PORCHES THAT SAY SIT A SPELL!

I can’t think of a more homey…cozy…loving place than a sweet Porch.
05/19/2017
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56 Beautiful Summer Flowers That Will Transform Any Exterior

Are you a flower fanatic? Maybe you are someone that would like to be, but are new to planting flowers in your garden?
05/19/2017
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Make your May even greener with GreenUP events and workshops

Which month of the year is the greenest? May of course! Grasses are turning to a lush green colour, fresh bright green buds are swelling on tree branches, and wildflowers of all sorts are peeking their new green stems from the soil.
05/17/2017
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Peterborough Symphony Orchestra concert to take audience members out of this world

PETERBOROUGH —  The Peterborough Symphony Orchestra is closing out its 50th season with a spectacular finale on May 27.
05/17/2017
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A wealth of choice awaits you this spring in the Kawarthas

There’s lots to do in the Kawarthas in the spring. Here are three local businesses offering a chance to experience the best of the season in our region.
05/17/2017
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Do you need a realtor to sell your home?

How hard is it to sell a house in the Greater Toronto Area, even with sky-high prices?
05/10/2017
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Reasons Living On A Lake Makes For A Great Summer Vacation

One day my parents told me they finally sealed the deal on a house, and we were moving. I had no idea which one they had picked, and at the time, I had no concept of real estate.
05/10/2017
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What It's Like to Live in a Waterfront Home

For some waterfront homeowners, living by the water means 24/7 access to sun, sand and surfing.
05/10/2017
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TECH TIP: Two Ways To Finish Outdoor Wood

Finishing wooden decks, fences, outdoor furniture, picnic tables and gazebos is not as simple as it looks, and too many people pay a high price for this illusion.
05/10/2017
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Catch and release tournaments on large lakes: biological impacts and uses

PARRY SOUND — The Parry Sound Nature Club met at the West Parry Sound District Museum on Wednesday, April 12.
05/10/2017
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Haliburton dragon boaters competing in New Zealand

Excitement is growing for seven members of the Haliburton Highlands Paddlers  dragon boating club who will compete in the largest multi-sport event in the world – the 2017 World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand this week. - See more at:...
05/10/2017
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Spring is a great time to explore Kawartha Conservation areas

April 28, 2017 – With warmer temperatures and the return of chirping birds, beautiful foliage and spring’s natural beauty, it is a great time to explore conservation and natural areas throughout the Kawartha watershed.
05/10/2017
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Celebrating excellence in the City of Kawartha Lakes

Tickets now available for the Lindsay and District Chamber of Commerce’s Evening of Excellence, May 26 at the Lakeview Arts Barn
05/10/2017
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Farmers Market - Bobcaygeon

Saturdays May 20th until October 1st, 2017 8am - 1pm Bobcaygeon Farmers Market
05/08/2017
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12 Reasons Why Everyone Should Live On A Lake

There's nothing we love more than a lake house. In fact, we think that everyone should be living on lake front property. Not only is it beautiful, but it provides you will endless recreational opportunities, property value, and plenty of entertainment,...
05/08/2017
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Garage Storage Organization Ideas

Hello everyone! It’s Christine again, from First Home Love Life, and today we’re going to discuss some different ways on how we can organize and make better use of our garages!
05/08/2017
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Spring Cabin and Cottage Maintenance: An Ounce of Prevention…

With the warm weather finally returning, cabin and vacation home owners will want to start thinking about getting their properties ready for the season.
05/08/2017
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Keeping Your Kayak Hull in Tip-top Condition

In a perfect world, your new kayak would glide through the years without a scratch or dent on its smooth polyethylene - or Royalex, or Kevlar, or urethane, or industrial nylon - hull. But we all know that, in reality, things happen, boats take a beating,...
05/08/2017
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Capturing the Northern Lights: A conversation with a professional weather chaser

Photo journalist Tom Stefanac was out this weekend in cottage country capturing the magic of Aurora Borealis. In this Q & A, Stefanac shares some professional tips and some of his life experience. 
05/08/2017
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The Canadian Press explains how Ontario's new foreign homebuyer tax would work

TORONTO — A 15-per-cent non-resident speculation tax proposed by the Ontario government Thursday forms a key plank in the province's plan to cool the hot housing market in its southern cities.
05/08/2017
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Jackson Park gets much greener on Earth Day

When Benjamin Stabler’s grandfather was his age, his parents used to send him to play in Jackson Park. Now the 11-year old is cleaning up the park for Earth Day while showing his little brother how to do it.
04/28/2017
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Building the foundation of a homebuying budget

OTTAWA — Whether it's the sizzling real estate market or the desire for something just a little bit nicer, the temptation to stretch your homebuying budget may be tough to resist.
04/28/2017
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It's A Different Kind Of Spring Season This Year In Real Estate

Spring has sprung, and while spring season is normally an occasion to celebrate, with days growing longer, weather getting warmer and real estate heading into busy season, everything feels a little different this year.
04/28/2017
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Toronto homeowners cash out of hot real estate market amid uncertainty

Agent says some buyers are delaying purchases in anticipation of possible fixes.
04/27/2017
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Beaver refuses to budge, shuts down Ontario highway

CAMBRIDGE, Ont. — Some things, it seems, only happen in Canada. Exhibit A: A wandering beaver shut down part of a highway in southern Ontario on Wednesday as police worked to get the animal back to its natural habitat.
04/27/2017
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FIRE SAFETY AT THE COTTAGE: A CHECKLIST

At the start of every cottage season, it's important to ensure your country home is fire-safe. Go through the checklist for a guide.
04/27/2017
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Council approves new policy to replace Limited Service road agreements

KAWARTHA LAKES - City of Kawartha Lakes council has approved a new policy that will replace Limited Service Agreements (LSAs) for unassumed roads.  
04/27/2017
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An artist is searching for photos to paint of Canada to celebrate 150 years

Allison Smith had always dreamed of traveling across Canada to paint landscapes from coast to coast to coast, but after her daughter was born, she dismissed the idea as being unfeasible. Still, the idea tugged at her until she realized she could approach...
04/24/2017
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Viral orphan bear cubs are being rehabilitated in Ontario

On April Fools Day, when motorists discovered three ridiculously cute, teddy-sized, two-month-old black bear cubs inside a locked roadside washroom in Banff National Park, it must have seemed like some kind of prank.
04/24/2017
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Road salt a threat to freshwater lakes: study X

TORONTO — A new study suggests the use of road salt is posing a rising threat to freshwater lakes in parts of North America, including Ontario.
04/24/2017
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Learn more about our beautiful home on guided nature walks

Series of eight guided walks led by local naturalists takes place from April to October
04/24/2017
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KWF is proud of our police officers!

Annual award recognizes seven officers from police services in Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Port Hope, Cobourg, and Haliburton
04/24/2017
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Canada Day in Kawartha Lakes is going to be spectacular this year

KAWARTHA LAKES – The City of Kawartha Lakes has announced $10,000 in Canada Day funding to seven communities to add to funding already provided by the federal government.
04/24/2017
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Kawartha Lakes Food Source is new and improved!

The Lindsay warehouse was able to upgrade their refrigeration room and get new pallet truck thanks to grant worth more than $10,000
04/24/2017
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Film shines focus on folk artist

FENELON FALLS, ON — The biography of one of Canada’s best-known folk artists hits the big screen at Fenelon Falls Secondary School, Tuesday, April 25.
04/24/2017
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Trent-Severn Waterway lockage fees waived for all of 2017 to mark Canada's 150th birthday

Parks Canada announced Friday it will waive lockage fees on the Trent-Severn Waterway to help mark Canada's 150th birthday.
04/24/2017
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Parks Canada is Waiving All Entrance Fees in 2017 to Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday

In 2017, our home and native land will be turning the big 150.
04/24/2017
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04/24/2017
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Mayor wins council support to dump leaf/yard waste fees after “negative input” from public

KAWARTHA LAKES - You might say it would have been better to leave things as they were.
04/21/2017
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Welcome to Fenelon Falls…

Fenelon Falls is a village within the City of Kawartha Lakes. Known as the “Jewel of the Kawarthas,” it has a population of 1,800 permanent residents, which swells in the summer due to tourism and cottagers. The people are friendly, warm and...
04/20/2017
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Frenzied bidding wars push Toronto homebuyers to skip inspections

  In Toronto, some homebuyers are so desperate to win bidding wars that they’re rushing to make offers without even getting an inspection.
04/18/2017
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How to keep the cottage in the family

With cottage season around the corner, many owners will start thinking again about the value of their recreational property, whether to hand it over to their kids – and when.
04/18/2017
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One-Tank Trips: Cottage show caters to doers, dreamers

One-Tank Trips There’s something about “cottaging” that gets into your blood and you just can’t shake it. Take it from a veteran cottager whose grandfather bought an isolated property on Raven Lake, near Coboconk, and built a modest cabin years ago....
04/02/2017
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CREA updates and extends housing market forecast - myhomepage.ca

Latest News CREA updates and extends housing market forecast The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has updated its forecast for home sales activity via the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Systems of Canadian real estate boards and associations...
04/02/2017
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Real estate Canada: What $650,000 buys this week across the country

1. Old-fashioned lakefront log cabins in Saskatchewan’s boreal forest This log cabin compound is what cottagers’ dreams are made of. Address : Cabins on Delaronde Lake Were : Big River, Saskatchewan Price : $650,000 Specs : 5 beds, 2 baths Forget...
04/02/2017
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Leaving the family cottage to children will cost you – or them - The Globe and Mail

Naming rights about more than handing over a big cheque Jessica Lyle, an estate and trust lawyer at Sealy Cornish Coulthard in Dartmouth, N.S., said many of her older clients are wealthier than their children. “I’ve had clients who bought cottages...
04/02/2017
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Cottage country realtors bracing for a busy spring - The Globe and Mail

Print License article The mania emanating from Toronto’s real estate market appears to be reaching the shores of cottage country – even before the frozen Muskoka lakes begin to thaw. “We still have snow and ice up here,” says Paul Crammond of Chestnut...
03/31/2017
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Which piggy bank’s the best for your money? | Toronto Star

The annual fight for your coin during RRSP season has noticeably tamed in recent years. It used to be at that at this point in the calendar, big banks would push customers toward RRSPs. Then they’d get a receipt in the mail and do their taxes. Pretty...
03/28/2017
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Check your cottage, trailer, OPP warn after rash of break-ins

There has been a rash of break-ins in cottages in Turkey Point, prompting police to warn those who own vacation homes to make a mid-winter check. Const. Ed Sanchuk of Norfolk County OPP said in the past week alone, there have been four break and enters...
03/23/2017
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Open house | Toronto Star

Regional homes: Tour a selection for sale across the GTA and the surrounding area. 252 Silver Birch Ave. ( Keller Williams Referred Urban Realty ) 252 Silver Birch Ave. ( Keller Williams Referred Urban Realty ) 252 Silver Birch Ave. ( Keller Williams...
03/15/2017
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Canada's key housing markets diverge as Toronto booms, Vancouver falls

ROY Canada's key housing markets diverge as Toronto booms, Vancouver falls A real estate sold sign hangs in front of a west-end Toronto property Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy Posted: Friday, February 3, 2017 10:13 am | Updated:...
03/06/2017
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The Land Between: Part 1 | Peterborough Examiner

Life OUR CHANGING SEASONS The Land Between: Part 1 of a look at this unique slice of Ontario, passing right through Peterborough County By Drew Monkman Thursday, March 2, 2017 8:35:29 EST AM A typical rock barren habitat of The Land Between, which extends...
03/06/2017
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Municipalities required to pay 2% Health Unit increase

By Valerie MacDonald , Northumberland Today Monday, February 20, 2017 8:11:26 EST PM Change text size for the story Print Report an error The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit board has supported increasing the 2017 budget to $16.2-million...
03/02/2017
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TREB Market Year in Review Outlook Report 2017: Connecting to Affordability |

Affordable home ownership is a growing concern and remains a priority issue for The Toronto Real Estate Board. Housing prices continue to rise across all home types in the GTA as the supply of listings remains constrained. On January 31, TREB will release...
03/02/2017
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Yukon Quest: The toughest dog sled race in the world begins

T he Yukon Quest is an expedition through the frozen gates of hell. Half in the Yukon and half in Alaska, the 1,600-kilometre dogsled race has earned a reputation for being the toughest in the world. The distance between checkpoints is longer than the...
02/28/2017
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Armoured up to raise funds for mental health | Peterborough Examiner

By Kennedy Gordon , Peterborough Examiner Wednesday, February 1, 2017 5:25:11 EST PM Image: 1 of 5 Previous Next Grace Crichton (left), Ryan Luscombe and Kerri Davies of the CMHA and Kern Bayley-Hay discuss plans for an upcoming fundraiser as members...
02/28/2017
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What You Need to Know About Changing Your Shoreline

Home 9 mins ago For many this time of year is spent dreaming of the sunny days of summer spent on the lake and perhaps this gets you starting to prepare your spring cottage or waterfront home projects. Whether it’s landscaping, building a new structure...
02/28/2017
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Why your real-estate agent should have a RECO certificate: Ask Joe

My salesperson took me to see a condo, but we were denied entry because he didn’t have his RECO certificate. What is that? In Ontario, individuals who are in the business of trading in real estate must be registered through the Real Estate Council of...
02/28/2017
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The best way to Prepare for any Loan From a Tough Revenue Lender

January 30, 2017 Business & Professional Services Press Release No comments Borrowing from really hard dollars lenders is often a lot easier than you might count on. If you have the collateral inside the type of real estate, house, or assets, most lenders...
02/28/2017
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Mark your calendar, beer lovers: Microbrew festival returns next month

Mark your calendar, beer lovers: Microbrew festival returns next month Event takes place at Caruso Club March 10-11 Feb 1, 2017 2:59 PM by: Sudbury.com Staff The third annual Northern Ontario Microbrew Festival takes place at the Caruso Club March 10...
02/28/2017
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Capital Voices: Doug Crump, the nostalgic cottager

Published on: February 3, 2017 | Last Updated: February 3, 2017 5:50 PM EST Doug Crump. Bruce Deachman Share Adjust Comment Print In anticipation of Canada’s sesquicentennial celebrations, the Citizen’s Bruce Deachman has been out in search of Ottawans...
02/28/2017
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Curling and crokinole collide to create uniquely Canadian game

Are there two games more inherently Canadian than curling and crokinole? Perhaps a combination of the two, which is debuting this weekend at The Forks in Winnipeg. The game, which incorporates elements of curling with a life-sized crokinole board, has...
02/28/2017
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New Brunswick dad builds massive snow slide for the entire neighbourhood

Gone are the days when dads build simple snowmen for their children. It seems as though fathers across the country are in some sort of competition as to who can make more fun for their kids using a little snow and ice. Last week, we wrote about an Alberta...
02/28/2017
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Stunning three-metre-high ice formations transform the shores of Lake Winnipeg

Manitoba’s beaches aren’t usually a big attraction in the winter, but people flocked to the shores of Lake Winnipeg last weekend to witness a fantastic collection of ice formations. The formations resulted from strange weather patterns moving through...
02/28/2017
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Ice-fishing Friday: The trick that landed Bob Izumi his biggest ever pike

Fish near deep water How to find those special spots on your lake where the lunkers lurk I typically start ice fishing in late November and early December over a dozen big boulders lying in 34 feet of water where giant pods of perch prowl. It’s become...
02/28/2017
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A log cabin north of Orangeville helps de-stress a Toronto artist | Toronto Star

A log cabin north of Orangeville helps de-stress a Toronto artist By a pond in a six-acre forest, a rambling retreat is where Beth Halstead unplugs and re-energizes. Artist Beth Halstead strolls with her dogs, from left, her two Australian shepherds Bear...
02/28/2017
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2016 was a record-setting year for Canada's housing market - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail2016 was a record-setting year for Canada's housing marketThe Globe and MailThe average price for various housing types sold nationally for all of 2016 reached a new yearly high of $490,495, up 10.7 per cent from 2015, though there...
02/28/2017
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Timing is everything

T. CHANDLER HALIBURTON | BUYING AND SELLING Published February 25, 2017 - 2:56pm Trends point toward the spring and early summer as the most active times of the year When is the best time to buy/sell? I’m asked this question probably as much as any...
02/28/2017
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Selling own home takes long hours and specialized knowledge

I’m selling my home. Is there a way I can list it on realtor.ca, but still do most of the selling work myself? What you are asking for is a limited services agreement, or “mere posting.” This is when a real-estate brokerage agrees to list the home on...
02/28/2017
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CCI Wolves win Kawartha junior girls volleyball title

By Jeff Gard , Northumberland Today Monday, February 20, 2017 8:06:38 EST PM Kylie Ferguson of the Cobourg Collegiate Institute Wolves goes up for a big hit as twin sisten Sydney Ferguson looks on during a match against the St. Mary Thunder at the Kawartha...
02/28/2017
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