Author: Carol Anne Stares

Cycling In Our Communities

In the summer many Canadians are on the move; whether it’s running, walking or cycling, people from coast to coast are taking advantage of the warm weather to enjoy the outdoors and stay active. On August 8th, the UK celebrates Cycle to Work Day – one of the biggest cycle commuting events in the region.... Read more »

Mud Hero Obstacle Run for Charity

Mud Hero is an annual event for anyone willing to take on the muddiest challenge ever while raising funds for charity. Staff from McIntosh Perry’s Oakville, Woodbridge, and Markham offices, and some of our clients, partners and friends, recently participated in the 6K Mud Hero Race at the gorgeous Albion Conservation Area in Caledon, Ontario. The... Read more »

Increase in Cranes in Toronto’s Downtown

Construction is ramping up in downtown Toronto. The city has the most cranes not just in Canada, but in North America, according to a recent article from blogTO.  As of RLB’s July 2019 Crane Index, Toronto has 120 cranes for both residential and mixed-used projects which is up from 104 in January.   “The spring season has seen an increase in cranes in Toronto’s downtown; however, most... Read more »

Redeveloping Brownfields

The term “brownfields” refers to properties, often former industrial or commercial sites, that are vacant or underutilized because of real or perceived environmental contamination as a result of historical land use practices. Many of these sites are located on prime land, ripe for redevelopment, including: Gas Stations and Other Fuel Storage Factories Dry Cleaners Former... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Golfs for Charity!

To kick off golf season, McIntosh Perry hosted their 29th Annual Client Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for the YWCA Toronto Girl’s Centre. Proceeds from the event go towards helping girls and women receive support on difficult issues, share ideas, express creativity, explore interests and plan their futures. The tournament took place on a gorgeous sunny... Read more »