A recent article in the Financial Post begs an interesting question: are we buying our children’s love?
April 30 at midnight… the deadline for most Canadians to file personal returns for the 2011 tax year. Hopefully, the majority of us did this. But what happens if you missed it? Unless you have made it a personal choice to never pay your taxes again, there are a few things you should do within the next few months.
If you haven’t been yet, the annual Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival is still going strong. The festival is in two locations: Kortright Centre in Vaughan and Bruceís Mill in Whitchurch-Stouffville. It’s fun, family-friendly event that gives you a taste of all things Maple Syrup, a Canadian staple. In fact, the festival organizers say Canada produces 85 percent of the world’s Maple Syrup. The festival includes…
The Seventh Annual Bloor-Yorkville IceFest is back on Feb. 25 and 26 at the Village of Yorkville Park at Bellair and Cumberland streets. The festival will feature ice sculpture displays, ice carving demonstrations and a street-skating performances. From noon to five you can watch as the Winter Wilderness Exhibit comes to life as sculptures work 30,000 pounds of ice. It will include an Ice Log…
The annual Canada International Auto Show will be back at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Feb. 17 through Feb. 26. The state-of-the-art Autoshow will feature new, classic, exotic automobiles. This year a brand new feature is the Eco-Drive Showcase, which will showcase new and soon-to-emerge fuel-efficient vehicles and tech. The AutoShow, one of Canada’s biggest, will have a shuttle to help people get around, and…