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Apr 14, 2016

It’s starting small, but it will lead to something big.
 

The rebuild of an historic east London neighbourhood is beginning with baby steps, but it is the start of converting the former McCormick factory on Dundas Street and its surrounding lands into a sparkling new neighbourhood. At a meeting Tuesday, city council’s civic works committee approved $3 million in tenders for new sewers and water services.
 

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Apr 12, 2016

The modest house in west Toronto wasn't their ideal starter home, but with a little compromise, it was close enough. Besides, it had a newly renovated kitchen and there was a daycare centre right around the corner.

The semi-detached was listed for an enticing $649,000 in a neighbourhood near where 30-year-old Elia Briganti grew up, where much of her family still lives and where she'd like to raise her 18-month-old daughter.

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Apr 08, 2016

OTTAWA — The pace of housing starts in Canada slowed in March due to a slowdown in multi-unit construction, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Friday.

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Apr 07, 2016

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Association of Realtors says a near-record low supply of listings is pushing up home prices in the city. The average sale price in March rose 8.5 per cent to $352,238 compared to a year earlier, the association said Wednesday.
 

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Apr 07, 2016

KITCHENER — More than two decades after Kitchener council gave draft approval to a subdivision in east Kitchener, the project is moving ahead, despite concerns over the loss of a mature woodlot.
 

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Apr 06, 2016

Real estate agents in Kitchener and Waterloo had their best March in six years as almost 600 properties changed hands.

 

The Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors recorded 584 sales last month, up 16.3 per cent from 528 in March last year.

It was the highest total for the month of March since 2010, when 607 sales were registered.

 

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Mar 18, 2016

Piles of junked cars are gone, but the cleanup may take the rest of the year at the former Nieson Auto Wreckers.

 

Norrich West Homes has purchased the 2.8-hectare site straddling Munch Avenue, between Sekura Street and Kovac Road. The deal closed in October, with plans to build townhouses on the site, said Jim Dodd, land acquisitions director at Norrich West.

 

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Mar 16, 2016

Our Food Drive starts tomorrow!

 

 

Just in time for Easter, we will be holding a Food Drive. From March 17th – 24th, we will be collecting non-perishable items for the Cambridge Self-Help Foodbank. Everyone deserves some yummy food on their plate this Easter, so why not help out! If you're stopping by or want to make a contribution, just bring in a can. Let's make everyone's Easter this year extra special!

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Mar 09, 2016

The number of homes that started to get built in Canada last month picked up, boosted by a jump in multiple-unit dwellings such as condominiums, apartments and townhouses.

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Mar 09, 2016

Stalled apartment construction pushed down housing starts in the London area in February.

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