Lynn Robinson knows Toronto and its neighbourhoods, and she has spent the last twenty-eight years helping people find just the right urban oasis to enhance their lifestyle.
Purchasing a home, is the biggest purchase one makes in their life and more often than not owning property is ones' largest owned asset, so when it comes to buying and or selling:
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Someone who is working for you, to make sure that your best interest is their primary concern.
Someone who is a good listener, who can explain the process in a clear and understanding manner, who has experience and is knowledgeable about the neighbourhoods you want to live in.
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5 Virtual Attractions
5 Canadian Attractions You Can Virtually Visit from the Comfort of Your Own Home
While staying at home and practicing safe social distancing are the best courses of action to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t mean we have to miss out on cultural landmarks around the world and across Canada. Thanks to technology and the Google Arts & Culture Project, many art galleries, libraries, zoos, aquariums, museums and more are available for you to explore and watch from your home. Here are 5 Canadian attractions you can virtually visit right now.
The Vancouver Aquarium, also a centre for marine research, has a live camera set up so you can see what the penguins, sea otters, jellyfish are up to. Needless to say, they’re adorable and can be a little pick-me-up for the day.
The Vancouver Art Gallery, founded in 1931, is one of the leading Canadian art museums. The Gallery is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of the museum experience and to undertaking programs that explore the relationship between contemporary life and artistic creativity. You can walk through the gallery as if you were there using Google Street View or their online exhibit featuring Douglas Coupland.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is offering a variety of programs that the public can access remotely to keep themselves entertained, stimulated, and inspired. Every morning, the MMFA will post the day’s cultural offering on its Facebook and Instagram. You’ll discover works from its encyclopedic collection you might not have seen before, podcasts, videos, quizzes and plenty of food for thought. Learn about the fascinating lives of six individuals who lived in ancient Egypt through their audioguide for free on their mobile app. Their Education and Art Therapy (EduArt) program offers you access to a multitude of inspiring resources and activities.
Lynn became a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in 1992 and received her Broker designation in 2000. Throughout her twenty-eight years in the real estate industry, Lynn has consistently achieved "Top Producer" status. During this time she has earned the respect and admiration from the top tier of Toronto Real Estate Professionals, and is highly regarded by her peers and clients.
INSIGHT: The Art Of Living
When we embarked on the journey of creating INSIGHT: The Art of Living, we wanted to connect our clients and readers to unique perspectives, extraordinary experiences and thought-provoking ideas. - Every issue of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada’s new magazine unlocks exclusive material from our global network of experts and connoisseurs, each shaping international tastes and local trends. See it HERE!
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