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Dream Homes: 6,000-square-foot townhouse in what was formerly a Baptist church

There’s the church and there’s the steeple, open the doors and you’ll find a luxurious five-bedroom, five-bathroom townhouse for $6.2 mil

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Real Estate: Christie Pits is an affordable ’hood on the way up

The area that surrounds Christie Pits Park is named after the former Christie Sand Pits, a landmark rich in remnants of the last ice age. It was later converted into a park, once home to the historic Toronto Maple Leafs baseball team and the site of the 1933 Christie Pits Riot.

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Homes: 3D printing already changing design world, with more to come

No one would disagree that technology is changing the world, and the 3D printer is certainly changing the design world.

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Kids Gear: We rounded up the city’s best rucksacks, so your kid can have the niftiest bag on the playground

From the best snack packs to super-lightweight gear, we rounded up the city’s best rucksacks.

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Real Estate: A $3.2-mil Beaches home with plenty of Japanese-influenced features

Steps from the beach, this Arts and Crafts-style house is located on a charming cul-de-sac just south of Queen St. E.

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City Hacks: How to find parking in downtown Toronto at the push of a button

With car parks a relatively easy discovery in the 905, residents may question the need for parking assistance. However, for those seeking out trendy Ossington eats and Queen West shopping finds, the sharing economy is ready to assist residents in the search for one of downtown Toronto’s most desired commodities: a parking space.

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Kids Gear: Sign up for some playground swagger and deck out the kiddies in these cool kicks

With school back in session in a matter of weeks, here's a roundup of some of the coolest kicks in town.

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The New Mid-Life: Rebecca Eckler tries the surprisingly popular bird poo facial

Rebecca Eckler tries out the bird poo facial that is specially imported from Japan and is a favourite among Japanese geishas. Trinity Medispa and Wellness at Yonge and St. Clair is the only Toronto operation offering this treatment.

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A Cabbagetown hideaway for just under $1.4 million

Set well back from the street, this carefully designed Cabbagetown home has secluded written all over it.

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Real Estate: Is housing in the Beach out of reach?

With an average price nearing a million, this formerly sleepy ’hood is on fire

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