Jas Takhar


Jas Takhar says, “My brand equity has shot through the roof” since he switched from traditional to online marketing.

Palafitos in Castro, the capital of the island of Chiloe in Chile.


Chile's palafitos – houses built on stilts along the waterfront – are an eye-catching sight, whether at high tide when the colourful wooden houses are reflected in the water, or at low tide.

Geoff Dunsire and Debi Pearce


On June 19, Debi Pearce became a live donor of her left kidney to 30-year-old Geoff Dunsire. A week after her donation, Pearce was back to work in her office, albeit for half a day.

Jim and Mike Trainor


For 30 years, Agent’s Equity has been helping make agents’ income more predictable and giving them peace of mind.

Juliana Vallée (Photo: Darla Furlani)


When Juliana Vallée’s vision first began to deteriorate, she didn’t realize she was setting off down the road to living with an inoperable brain tumour.

Murphy has battled injury and illness on her trek.


Since March, Linda Murphy, 57, a top-performing real estate agent at Royal LePage Relocations North in Collingwood, Ont. has been braving the Pacific Crest Trail.

The One will be the tallest condo building in Canada.


Toronto’s condo market is still extremely strong, despite the fact a number of projects in the city have recently been cancelled, says Sam Mizrahi, developer of what will be Canada’s second-tallest building.

Chris Chopik (Photo by Elijah Shark)


Climate change is an emerging risk affecting the value of real estate, which is why Chris Chopik wrote a 75-page paper on the subject: Property Value in an Era of Climate Change.

Lisa McCormack


When real estate sales rep Lisa McCormack tells clients that she and her team are ready to jump for them, she means it literally.


Canadian cities such as Vancouver and Toronto are not alone in experiencing a crisis in affordable housing. It’s an issue that is explored in a new documentary, PUSH, by award-winning Swedish director Fredrik Gertten.