It means the loan arrangements follow a series of principles - and yes, related to environment, not just $$$.
Knowing the city, they'll probably put a crosswalk across the DVP and let the pedestrians play frogger.
There was a Star article a week or two ago where it said they planned to use an existing bridge to connect East Harbour to Corktown, so I can only imagine this was the bridge they were...
And I'm not going to moralize to anyone, because I'm part of the napster generation, and god knows I've pirated enough stuff over the course of my life, but the Toronto Star does need paying customers if it's going to continue to do local journalism long term.
True. Though everyone is in their own individual situation, but if you're interested in understanding Toronto and being up to date on local developments, city council news, etc., a Toronto Star subscription is money very well spent.
I tend to agree with Tenblock's view. We own a condo because at the time we bought it, it made the most financial sense. It would be great if we had a healthy rental market of modern apartments and houses with corporate landlords, as renting from a stable owner would be my preferred way of...
Especially when the tugboats are motoring around, or the little police Zodiac comes in to take a look. The toddler loves Sugar Beach, even if he can't say "sugar" yet. He especially loves it when that big green scoop (is there a name for that thing?) is unloading sugar.