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NEWS (AUGUST 2017): Regulating short-term rentals

September 13th, 2017 · Comments Off on NEWS (AUGUST 2017): Regulating short-term rentals

Vacancy rate for apartments getting even lower

By Geremy Bordonaro

If you’re coming to the Annex for a quick visit, you’re in luck. From hotels to condos to student residences, there’s lots of places that will give you a taste of what’s it like to live in Toronto’s most livable neighbourhood. If you actually want to live here, however, you’re out of luck. Long-term housing, especially affordable housing, is at a premium.

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Liberty Village 2.0

March 16th, 2012 · Comments Off on Liberty Village 2.0


By Sean Frankling

It has only been in the last decade or so that Liberty Village has been a residential area, but newly-built condominiums have brought a massive influx of people. They in turn have brought their views on how their new neighbourhood should be run.

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Captain Wallace’s Alphabet Expedition adventurer born locally

May 11th, 2011 · 1 Comment

The Captain Wallace app began as an idea between three dads who work in Liberty Village. Courtesy Ken Reddick.

By Gurpreet Ghag

According to his Twitter account, Captain Wallace is an adventurer, a mustache enthusiast, a pith hat collector, and a friend to all animals. He once spent a week in the belly of a whale with only a ginger beer and a loaf of bread.

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A work of heart: Michael Golland’s paintings to benefit artists with disabilities

February 9th, 2011 · 3 Comments

Contemporary artist Michael Golland, beginning one of his multi-layered 'Heart' pieces. Tracy Chen/Gleaner News.

By Tracy Chen

This Valentine’s Day, people will have the chance to reach for hearts of a different variety.

Michael Golland, contemporary artist and longtime Liberty Village resident, is creating a wall of 40 heart paintings. These hearts will premiere at the “A Work of Hearts” event in Liberty Village.

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