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Last-minute Mother's Day gifts

Need to snag a Mother’s Day Gift ASAP? We’ve gathered some local favourites to keep you in Mom’s good graces.

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Four Toronto entrepreneurs who hope Kickstarter is the key to their success

Inventors don’t need a dragon, a shark or a millionaire to get their idea off the ground. Kickstarter projects like the Pebble Watch or the Coolest Cooler gained international fame through crowdfunding. Here are four T.O. campaigns following in their footsteps.

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Q&A: Kaelen Haworth, the GTA-born designer who’s taking New York by storm

Kaelen Haworth launched her first collection one year after graduating from Parsons School of Design and showed it at New York Fashion Week that same year. Six years and many runways later at NYFW, the GTA native dishes on her minimalist collection and why Canadian fashion is fearless.

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The Property Brothers: Get ready for Earth Day with these tips for an eco-friendly home

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Retail Therapy: Second Voyage opens on Queen East

Kyle Burton decided to take a leap of faith and open a vintage home decor shop on Queen East

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Real Estate Roundtable 2016: Five tips for buying a condo in Toronto

Toronto real-estate mogul Brad Lamb on the dos and don'ts of buying a condo

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2016 Real Estate Roundtable: The experts tackle three Toronto real estate questions

To complement the general discussion from this year’s Real Estate Roundtable we had the expert panel tackle three situations that readers might find themselves in.

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Shop Crawl: Quaint and quirky shops in the Annex

Trot down Bloor from Spadina to Bathurst and find some of T.O.’s best boutiques in the Annex at Risque, Theodore, and Secrets from Your Sister.

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Three T.O. trophy homes hit the market

In the market for a mega-mansion? Three prized estates with listing prices north of $8 million are on the market.

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As the “secondhand economy” flourishes Toronto-based Bunz leads the way

The Bunz Trading Zone online marketplace is proving everything everyone owns, from the cherished to the unwanted to the truly bizarre (at press time, one Bunz member was trying to trade a set of blue plastic, er, balls to hang from a trailer hitch), has some value. Toronto’s Emily Bitze started BTZ (originally called Bumz) in 2013 when on tour with her band, Milk Lines.

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