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Here's a selection of links that we think will be helpful in getting you settled in with us!
The City of Toronto, more than any other government, provides the services that enhance our quality of life. Toronto - and other cities across Canada - is asking the federal government to return one cent of the existing GST as a reliable and permanent source of funding that grows as the economy grows. An investment in our cities is an investment in Canada. More
Rogers offers you ways to make your move-in easier and, once you're in, ways to help you save money on your monthly bill. More
Everything you need to know about getting around Toronto the better way! Schedules, maps, service bulletins, and more... More
GO Transit is Canada's first, and Ontario's only, interregional public transit system, linking Toronto with the surrounding regions of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). More
Save energy in your apartment! "The following energy tips will assist you in reducing your electricity consumption, providing you with energy savings to help make your apartment a more pleasant place to live..." More
The City of Toronto provides a wealth of useful information including a monthly newsletter, information on new programmes and answers to frequently asked questions about recycling for apartment dwellers. More
toronto.com is Canada's most popular local search site and the #3 local search site in North America. Launched in 1998, the site offers comprehensive and searchable business, event and entertainment listings, as well as unique editorial content. Our mission is to be the ultimate provider of relevant and current information about our city, reflecting our passion and desire to help people enjoy Toronto to it's fullest. More
Based in Toronto, ON, the Greater Toronto Apartment Association (GTAA) represents the interests of greater Toronto's most active and concerned firms participating in the multifamily rental housing industry. More
One of our favourite causes: "Daily Bread Food Bank is Toronto's leader in the fight against hunger. Each month we serve over 75,000 people in the GTA through our network of 160 member agencies and over 190 food relief programs. Our agencies run neighbourhood food banks where people come to access food hampers, as well as meal programs where people can access prepared meals such as soups or casseroles." More
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