Many of us are looking for ways to save money and the environment by incorporating "green" initiatives into our everyday lives.
Health professionals widely recognize how housing can affect our health. Poor housing conditions lead to a variety of health problems.
Living off the grid is becoming more and more popular, especially here in Ontario. We’ve become an unofficial Mecca of off-the-grid living. More and more people come here to purchase a piece of land and start a new life.
Turning off your lights is the number one thing you can do to conserve electricity
No electrical bills, no food bills, no water bills. What’s even better, they’re easy to build, so you can construct them yourself or have someone build them for you. Sounds like a utopia?
Eco friendly drive ways allow for absorption of runoff, recharging aquifers, and naturally filter the water.
City Seed Farms is a pedal-powered urban farming business in The Junction, Toronto, currently selling at two farmers markets in the west end.
While the Toronto's green roof bylaw can be circumvented, it is still the first such piece of legislation to be passed by a North American city.
Vertical gardens can improve air quality, purify polluted water, and reduce temperatures of a building during the day by absorbing sunlight.
Decreasing the exposure to environmental allergens at your place can lead to the significant improvement of your health.
One of the most effective ways to make your home more environmentally friendly is to use sustainable flooring
City of Toronto follows the national trend and offers its residents considerable aid with the processing of their bio waste.
Bored of ordinary petunias around your apartment? Why not try houseplants of a more peculiar nature that will astonish your guests?
Gerrard Street is one of the most diverse streets in Toronto, spanning several neighbourhoods and countless cultures.
Whatever your motivation, there are several things that you can do to improve your home and lessen your ecological footprint at the same time.
The Our Power Project is one of the great projects of the Toronto Renewable Energy Co-operative
Fourth part of the Toronto Homeowner Tips serie will help you to clean your Kitchen Stove, Fridge or Microwave without toxic weapons.
Imagine spending a whole summer with a perfectly manicured lawn that you never have to cut. No its not astroturf, Its No-Mow Grass!
Environmentally Friendly Appliances - Are they worth the money? Which save the most energy? How can you get the most out of them?
Toronto Hydro is offering a financial incentive to homeowners to save electricity! Here are some ways to achieve the 10% usage reduction.
When needing to replace her old toilet at home in Roncesvalles Village, Julie approached her local hardward store Pollock's for a recommendation.