Since British Columbia introduced a 15 per cent land transfer tax on foreign non-residents, there has been speculation that Ontario would do the same. So far, the effect in B.C. has been an apparent slowdown in home sales and price gains at the high end of the single-family home market.
Designer Sarah Norwood learned her way around a sewing machine thanks to George Brown’s Fashion Techniques and Design program.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be over the top. From sexy to sweet, there’s sure to be something just right for her on our list.
Not sure what to give him for Valentine’s Day? Don’t panic, see our picks below for the perfect find.
The Binksie leather sequin heart clutch ($99) is made locally from the best possible materials: a pair of reclaimed leather pants and a sequined party dress (you know that sucker had some good times).
Whether you’re a true romantic or more of a realist, Valentine’s Day remains a great excuse to get gussied up for a night on the town. Jeanne’s done the legwork and found some amour-worthy looks for both ladies and gents.
Dipping their fingers, toes, ears and locks into so many pots, this bespoke design collective is made up of a trio of ladies: Stefanie Ayoub, Kelli Kikcio and Kendra Pegg.
Their hot-off-the-presses offering is the so-called Mirage jean ($214), which looks to badass women for inspiration.
Christopher Bates has been taking the menswear industry by storm. Although he now lives in Milan, he’s kept a strong Canadian connection by collaborating with Harry Rosen and Browns.
Every piece of clothing earmarked with the 18 Waits name is crafted in Canada.