Posted on 23. May, 2013 by admin.
BELLEVILLE, Ont. — A Tweed, Ont., couple who live next door to the house convicted sex killer Russell Williams once called home — and where he murdered one of his victims — have bought the small bungalow. The land deal, selling the property for $165,000 to Ron and Monique Murdoch, was finalized Tuesday. The deal [...]
Posted on 22. May, 2013 by admin.
A line of severe thunderstorms is bringing damaging winds, hail and heavy rain to parts of southern Ontario on Tuesday. Much of southern Ontario was under severe thunderstorm watches or warnings as the storms knocked out power, brought down tree limbs and flooded roads as they moved across the province. In Orangeville, a vehicle was [...]
By Diana Olick In the kitschy community of St. Michaels on the Maryland shore, businesses are gearing up for the official start of the season, Memorial Day weekend. Trucks carrying dozens of bicycles are unloading into waterside racks and shopkeepers are moving their bright-colored wares out onto the sidewalks. For real estate rental agents, however, [...]
Posted on 22. May, 2013 by admin.
The students were protesting the death of one of their own. The Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, on Tuesday ordered students of the Idogbo Secondary School in Ikpoba Okha Local Government Area, to pay for all school property destroyed during a recent protest over the death of one of their colleagues in a road accident. [...]
People who are heading home from cottage country Monday may have more than traffic congestion to worry about. Scattered thunderstorms are expected in areas from north of Toronto to Georgian Bay, and east to Peterborough and Haliburton, Environment Canada says. Some of the storms will contain frequent lightning, small hail, torrential rain and gusty winds, [...]
Posted on 20. May, 2013 by admin.
Mikaela Lynch, who has the mental capacity of a 1-year-old, has been missing since Sunday afternoon Girl’s parents say she was alone outside for an ‘unknown period of time’ before she ran off naked Police do not believe she was abducted By Nina Golgowski PUBLISHED: 19:46 EST, 14 May 2013 | UPDATED: 00:16 EST, 15 [...]
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A cold, snowy start to the year followed by a “perfect storm” that resulted in extreme flooding in parts of cottage country slowed sales in its property market. “The weather really had an impact: The flood was of biblical proportions, it was just incredible,” says David Reid, president of The Lakeland Association of Realtors, which [...]
Posted on 19. May, 2013 by admin.
Instead of kicking back on the dock this weekend, Stan Tick and his family are going to try to fix theirs. And pick up the flotsam and jetsam, including massive logs, that have been deposited on the lawn of their Lake Vernon property. “It was very – I’m not going to say scary, because you’re [...]
Due to low interest rates, more Canadians are purchasing recreational property, finds new Royal LePage data. It reveals 82% of those who have second homes that they rent out or use occasionally—including those who plan to acquire property in the next five years—were primarily influenced by low rates while deciding to buy. Read: Should clients [...]