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7 best ways to summer-proof your home Promoted

Summer is a great time to renovate your home. Many factors are in your favour during this season: renovators are available during the warm months, labour is inexpensive, competition is fierce and homeowners can get creative with their outdoor add-ons.
Promoted Content by Derek Chan

Amsterdam's famous Rijksmuseum reopens after 10-year renovation

Amsterdam - The Rijksmuseum, among the world's top 10 museums, opens again to the public starting April 13. After a renovation that took 10 years and cost $500 million, art lovers will once again be able to see its famous collection in much improved surroundings.
In the Media by R. C. Camphausen - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Photo Essay — Old push bars renovation Special

Vancouver - This photo essay is in no way about travel shots and visited places rich in history and traditions, neither lovely pets nor colours of nature. It's about some rust and unattractive look converted into something nicer, more practical, and protective.
Digital Journal Report by Joseph Boltrukiewicz - 1 comment

Workers 'accidentally' demolish French château

Yvrac - It was destined to become a country pile of Russian owner Dmitry Stroskin but instead it became a pile of rubble. A picturesque French château near Bordeaux was accidentally razed to the ground after a contractor misunderstood the owner’s message.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 3 comments

Kenya's $12 million renovation of Parliament includes $3k chairs

Nairobi - Known as some of the highest paid Members of Parliament in all of Africa, Kenyan elected representatives are about to get a lap of luxury following a $12 million renovation of the nation's parliament.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Op-Ed: Toronto's waterfront needs a makeover Special

Toronto - Dilapidated boards, graffiti and trash all over the place will force the Toronto government to fix many areas of the waterfront ensure that the taxpayers’ money will actually go somewhere useful instead of Adam Giambroni’s expensive trips to France.
Digital Journal Report by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Leave the guest room to the guests!

70% of the people who have a guest room use it space!
In the Media by tdotcspot - 5 comments

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There is no doubt about it.  The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it s just a tra...
There is no doubt about it. The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it's just a train wreck waiting to happen.

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