Whitby, Ontario

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Whitby is located about 45 min from downtown Toronto. The town borders Ajax to the West, Pickering to the northwest, Scugog to the North, and Oshawa to the east.

The town is serviced by Durham Region Transit and GO Transit. It has one train stop and is accessible by both the 401 and the 407 ETR.

Whitby has a beautiful waterfront and is home to the Port Whitby Marina. It has approximately 13 km of trails that are ideal for cycling, walking or running.

There are many elementary, public, and private schools. Post-secondary education in the area includes the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, York University, Ryerson University, and Durham College.

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(2023) Durham Region Christmas Markets and Festivals 

As the Christmas seasons approaches, Durham Region is gearing up to transform into a winter wonderland. What better way to enjoy it than attending one of the local Durham Region Christmas Markets? With a lineup of dazzling floats, music, and even the grand appearance of Santa Claus himself, this year’s Christmas events will promise to […]

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Durham Region Housing Stats – October 2023

Staying informed about the latest statistics is crucial for making well-informed decisions.  The Durham Region Housing Stats are out for October 2023. The real estate market in Durham has continued to captivate investors and homebuyers, offering a diverse range of housing options.  With the arrival of November, the region’s real estate statistics paint a compelling picture […]

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Most first-time home sellers never think about how tricky this process can be… Until they do it.  Buying a new home while you’re still living in your current home can create a long string of dominoes. And if just one of these dominoes fails to tip over in the line, the whole thing falls apart.  […]

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