This Popular Toronto Brunch Spot Is Offering 50% Off To Frontline Health Care Workers RN

This Popular Toronto Brunch Spot Is Offering 50% Off To Frontline Health Care Workers RN

A Toronto laneway house that went up in one single day will provide affordable housing Toronto resident Tarik Kadri knows what it is like to live on a limited income and struggle with housing. "I grew up in city housing — we had two bedrooms for four people," he says. So when he bought a two-bedroom home in Riverside, he felt it was too big for him and his wife. "This is something a lot bigger than I lived in before. And I'm very fortunate that I'm able to live in a home like this," he says. So the chance to build an affordable housing unit on his property was an easy decision. Getting the permits for the laneway home built over a new garage, however, wasn't as easy. There …
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