Inspiration and information awaits at the Fall Home Show

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September is an exciting month. Kids are back in school, the Leafs and Raptors are set to play their first pre-season games and the Toronto Fall Home Show is back for another year. Read More

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Chow, Tory face off at OHBA mayoral debate

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Olivia Chow and John Tory went toe to toe in a one-on-one mayoral candidates debate hosted by the Ontario Home Builders’ Association on Friday. Read More

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Calling all riders – Stephen’s Ride for Humanity is almost here

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Stephen’s Ride for Humanity is only a few weeks away, so if you haven’t registered for one of the industry’s most popular fundraisers, now’s the time. Read More

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Star’s intensification message on the right track

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A column in the Toronto Star on Friday hits the nail on the head.

A term that seems to be bandied about in the media a lot lately is “the Manhattanization of Toronto.” It can be used with a negative connotation implying that Toronto is being over-developed too quickly. Read More

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What’s the Big Idea here?

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BILD has been following with great interest the Toronto Star’s “Big Ideas” series. This was created to collect and publish the most important issues presented to the newspaper by its readers and city experts on remaking Toronto. The process of the Big Ideas began eight months ago, and led to more than 1,000 ideas. It was whittled down to a top-35 list. The newspaper is now in the process of narrowing down the list to a top-10 on Sept. 20 by asking its readers to VOTE on which they feel are the most important. Read More

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What you need to know about buying a condo in the GTA

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As the GTA continues to grow by up to 100,000 new residents every year, our industry has committed to implementing the intensification targets of the provincial growth plan by building quality, complete communities across the region. Read More

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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BILD was called out to do the ALS Ice Bucket challenge by one of our members, so four brave staff started their week off with a cold shower. Read More

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New-homes market continues to show strength

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Sales of new homes and condominiums across the GTA continue to improve after a slow 2013. Read More

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Economic impact of new condos

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The residential construction industry is a major economic engine in the regional, provincial and federal economy, and is an essential part of the economic strength and prosperity of the GTA. Here’s why: Read More

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Breathing new life into old neighbourhoods

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Our industry is well known for building new homes and businesses across the GTA and BILD members take pride in the communities they create. But what sometimes gets lost in the story is the impact they make on the communities that once defined our cities. Read More

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