Apartment Living


If you haven't been to Woodstock recently, you're in for a bit of a surprise. This self-proclaimed Dairy Capital of Canada, located along Hwy. 401 between Kitchener-Waterloo and London, still holds to its roots in agriculture and manufacturing, but like any forward-thinking municipality, it also knows the importance of modernizing for future economic growth.

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Apartments for Rent in London

Apartments for Rent in London

The city of London is much more than the hub of southwestern Ontario. True, the city of 360,000 residents (470,000 including surrounding villages and towns) is known as The Forest City for its abundance of urban forests. Yet London offers a cornucopia of sights and sounds that truly make it a beloved destination, and concurrently the perfect place to call "home."

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Modern yet steeped in history, Goderich encompasses many elements of Canadiana, such as its Huronian shorefront offering both beaches and ports; a CN Railway; agrarian and mining roots; and museums and historical sites.

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Strength in numbers, they say, and Chatham-Kent is living up to that ideal. In 1998, the network of small towns and counties, which include large expanses of rural lands in Southwestern Ontario, decided to amalgamate and form the municipality of Chatham-Kent, making it a strong and single-tier municipality.
The amalgamated municipality is quite large, sprawling over close to 2,500 square kilometres. According to the 2011 Census, the population is 104,075, with 44,074 residents in the former city of Chatham alone.

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Moving Tips and Tenant Insurance

Nobody pretends that moving is a walk in the park ­ but it needn't be an out-and-out nightmare either. As moving day approaches, don¹t wait to be overwhelmed with a flood of jobs that should have been tended to weeks before.

Here, you'll find a step-by-step guide to easing some of the panic associated with the big day.

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Landlords have relatively few legal obligations to compensate tenants for damage to ­ or loss of ­ their personal possessions. Tenants, on the other hand, are responsible for the harm they may cause to any part of the building in which they live or to others who live or visit there.

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