• Top 5 Events In Toronto This March

    Mar 08, 2019

    There are so many exciting events coming up in Toronto, but sometimes picking the best event to attend can be a little overwhelming. Timbercreek Communities wants to help you find the 5 most exciting events happening in Toronto this March.

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    Winter Brewfest

    If you love craft beer, you won’t want to miss this event at Evergreen Brickworks! Come out for Toronto’s biggest indoor beer festival on March 1st and 2nd. You'll get to sample beer from 150 Ontario and Quebec breweries while you listen to some good beats, grab a bite to eat and if you’re up for it, try Yoga on Tap. The 45-min yoga class will be held on Saturday, March 2nd, and includes 4 beer tastings. Get your tickets at Toronto Winter Brewfest!

    Celebrate Toronto

    Toronto’s 185th anniversary is coming and it's time to celebrate! Join your fellow Torontonians at Nathan Phillips Square,  from March 9th to 10th, for a weekend of music, food and shopping! Check out the day market -- complete with art installations, local vendors and delicious cuisine from Toronto’s best food trucks. Plus, don’t forget to grab your skates (or rent them onsite) to enjoy the skate parties featuring DJ Caff! For more information on the festival, check out Celebrate Toronto.

    Canada Blooms

    Kick-off spring gardening season with Canada Blooms -- the largest Flower and Garden Festival in Canada! This year’s theme, A Family Affair, is meant to inspire designers and builders to create beautiful and interesting gardens. Come check out a variety of showcases and get tips from the pros! The festival is on from from March 8th to 17th at the Enercare Centre. Don’t forget to get your tickets!

    Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival

    Get ready for 11 days of non-stop comedy! The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival is the longest running comedy festival and it’s back for 2019 from March 7th to 17th. Check out over 200 comedians, including Saturday Night Live’s Sasheer Zamata, and enjoy some of the best-produced comedy shorts in the last couple of years! General admission is just $16, or you can get a 2019 Festival Pass for $100. Get all the event details at The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival website.

    One Of A Kind Show

    If you’re looking for a truly unique event in Toronto, the One Of A Kind Show is perfect. Prepare to be inspired by incredible designers and craftspeople, shop all day and grab a bite to eat with friends! You’ll find everything from jewellery and clothes to furniture and artwork, plus delicious baked goods at the One Of A Kind Show Cafe -- the perfect place for a coffee break. The One Of A Kind Show is not only a great place to shop, but it’s also great place to explore DIY workshops, seminars and exciting fashion shows. The 2019 event will be held from March 27th to March 31st at the Enercare Centre, so grab your tickets soon!

    Timbercreek hopes this post inspires you to attend some of the best events happening in Toronto this March.

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  • March Break In Calgary

    Mar 04, 2019

    March Break is just around the corner and there’s so much to do in town! Plan a staycation with your family and check out all the amazing things that Calgary has to offer this month. Timbercreek Communities wants to share the best things to do in Calgary over March Break.

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    Telus Spark Science Centre

    There’s always something fascinating to discover at the science centre! From now until June 9th, you can check out Circus! and learn more about the science behind it. Get ready for elastic acrobats, juggling, sword swallowers and interactive exhibitions. Visit the Dome Theatre and discover everything about the universe through a movie or live planetarium show. Whatever you end up seeing, you won’t be disappointed. Grab your tickets at Telus Spark -- they're a steal at just $26 for adults and $19 for kids.

    The Hanger Flight Museum

    This museum is the perfect place to learn everything about flying and airplanes. The Hanger Flight Museum, formerly known as the Aero Space Museum of Calgary, holds 20 aircrafts, as well as uniforms, exhibits and stories from people who designed and flew the aircrafts. There are some historically important aircrafts here that will fascinate both adults and kids -- so there’s something for everyone to enjoy here. Tickets are just $15 for adults and $8 for kids.

    The Calgary Zoo

    The Calgary Zoo is always a great place to visit with your family. This March Break, check out the Penguin Walk, which happens daily at 11 am, and allows visitors to observe king penguins as they waddle through the zoo. You can also take the opportunity to see giant pandas and learn more about these incredible animals -- all while you eat breakfast! Plus, don’t miss a very unique Safari brunch event, which happens every Sunday, in the heart of Destination Africa. If these activities are of no interest to you, spend your time exploring six acres of botanical gardens, a prehistoric park and 1000 creatures.

    Bow Habitat Station

    The Bow Habitat Station is another great option for a fun family adventure day. Get ready to learn all about Alberta’s fish, wildlife and the importance of water in our world by visiting the Discovery Centre. Check out the Interpretive Wetlands and wander around the natural trails. The Bow Habitat Station is open Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is just $10 for adults and $6 for kids.

    Calgary Police Interpretive Centre

    If you’re looking for something fun and free, Calgary’s Police Museum is the place to go. Explore 50 exhibits, true-crime displays and learn all about what it takes to keep a city like Calgary safe. Don’t miss the Forensic Lab, where you can learn all  about identifying fingerprints and blood spatter analysis, and also put your crime-solving skills to the test. The Calgary Police Museum is a great place for both kids and adults!

    If fun is what you’re after this March Break, Timbercreek hopes this post helps you find a few exciting places to visit in Calgary.

    To find your home with Timbercreek Communities, please visit our website.

  • Pet-friendly Things To Do This Winter

    Feb 27, 2019

    Have you been getting outside this winter? Just because winter can be cold doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to enjoy it -- especially with your pet by your side. Timbercreek Communities has some suggestions for pet-friendly things to do this winter.

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    Dog-Friendly Cafes

    Dog-friendly cafes are great places to enjoy a treat with your furry friend. While you sip on your latte, your dog can enjoy some dog treats and water too. Some cafes allow pets inside, while others have a special hang out area for your pooch -- so you can keep a close eye on them while you’re inside.

    Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
    Another way to spend quality time with your dogs is to bring them along when you’re cross country skiing or snowshoeing. The Toronto Island is the perfect place for these activities. You can explore all the trails in snowshoes with your dog by your side, and they will love it. Just make sure your pup is dressed for the cold and has the stamina to run through snow, as this can be pretty demanding for any dog. If you don’t have your own equipment, look into renting from Mountain Equipment Coop -- the island doesn’t offer rentals. If you prefer cross-country skiing, try something called Skijoring, which is a Norweigen form of skiing and dogsledding combined. Both you and your dog will need a harness and a rope (or a sturdy leash) to attach you to each other. As you cross country ski along the trails, your dog will pull you at the same time. While smaller dogs can handle it, it’s an activity that's better suited to larger dogs. Whichever activity you choose, make sure your dog is well trained, healthy and ready for your winter adventure.

    Visit A Conservatory or Museum

    If you’re planning on visiting a conservatory or museum, you can bring your dogs along. A place like Allan Gardens doesn’t allow them inside, but there is a designated dog area outside. So while you explore the botanical garden, your pooch can run around and play off-leash in the fenced park. Sheriden Nursuries Garden is another option where your pets are welcome to join you in the garden. If you’re interested in finding out about more dog-friendly activities like this, check out Bring Fido.

    Resort and Lodging

    It’s not always easy finding pet-friendly accommodations. Check out Deerhurst Resort, which allows pets for a small fee, and enjoy winter activities with your dog or on your own. Another great area to explore with your dog is Algonquin Park. At Killarney Lodge, you can enjoy designated cabins with your canine friends. Plus, there’s so much to do – you can hike, ski or just take it easy with your dog. Check out The Adventure Lodge for similar activities, plus horseback riding through the woods.

    There’s nothing like spending quality time with your pets. Timbercreek hopes these suggestions help you enjoy the rest of winter with your furry friend(s).
     
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  • How to show your pets you love them -- without spoiling them

    Feb 19, 2019

    We love our pets and our pets love us. Our furry friends enhance our lives and our well being and ask for so little in return. All they need is love. Timbercreek Communities has some tips for how to show your pets you love them -- without spoiling them. Treats are great as a reward, but they shouldn’t be a substitute for love and affection.

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    Petting/Massage

    The simplest way to show your pets love is to pet them. Depending on your pet’s personality, they may even appreciate a massage every now and then. This should be done when they are already calm and relaxed. Begin petting as usual. Add some brisk strokes to your dog or cat’s hip and shoulder areas. Their reaction will let you know if they like the level of touch. Start off light and loving. Older pets may love a gentle, kneading motion around their joint areas.

    Long Walks

    This one is mostly for dogs, but some cats can learn to like going for walks on a leash, too. If you’re pal has been particularly good, it’s time to break out of their regular walk routine and head somewhere special. Maybe that’s a river, a field or a forest. Let them get out there and sniff some new stuff!

    Grooming

    This can be as simple as brushing away their excess fur. Why wait for your kitty to cough up their own hairballs? A good brushing is a great way to bond. Every once in a while, a trip to the groomer may be required. Your pet probably won’t like the process itself, but most pets like the feeling of being clean afterwards.

    Play Time

    Make time to play with your pet everyday. They need the exercise and the one-on-one attention. You will love this time as much as they do. This is the good stuff.

    Praise Time

    Praise is essential to keeping your pup happy. Cats probably like it too, they just don’t always like to give us the satisfaction of showing it. Tell them they're good, in the tone of voice they know is reserved for praise. You can even throw in a treat or two.

    Timbercreek hopes these pet care tips help you and your pets feel the love.

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  • The best places to ski and snowboard in Canada

    Feb 14, 2019

    While some may dread the long Canadian winter, many of us have learned to embrace the snowy season as the best time of year. If you’ve been waiting to get out and carve up some fresh powder, Timbercreek Communities wants to help point you in the right direction. Here are some of the best places to snowboard and ski in Canada.

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    Nakiska Ski Resort, Kananaskis

    Nakiska Ski Resort in Kananaskis is only an hour from Calgary, so it’s perfect for quick day trips. The resort features Olympic grade runs. In fact, it was built for the 1988 Calgary Olympic Games. Nakiska features some of the best snowboarding conditions anywhere, thanks to mother nature and some of the best snow-making equipment anywhere. A trip to Nakiska should be on the bucket list of every Calgary snowboarder.

    Banff Norquay Resort

    Banff Norquay is located close to the Trans-Canada highway, about 90 minutes from downtown Calgary -- so it’s very easy to get to. Prices can be a little high, but so are the peaks, and you get what you pay for. Watch for “Toonie Days” discount days. They are usually held once a month, on a Tuesday. You can carve the runs all day long for just $2 with all proceeds going to charity. Additional donations are accepted and benefit Bow Valley and Calgary area charities. 

    Blue Mountain Resort

    Blue Mountain in Collingwood is the third most popular ski resort in the county, right behind Whistler Blackcomb and Mont Tremblant. There are 42 total runs, 16 chairlifts, and 3 freestyle terrains. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a double black diamond demon, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Best of all, it's only 90 minutes or so from Toronto.

    Mont Tremblant

    Mont Tremblant is a world-class ski and snowboard resort about an hour north of Montréal in the Laurentians. The conditions and runs at Mont Tremblant are among the best in the province and the apres ski life at Tremblant is extraordinary. The Village looks and feels like something straight out of a fairy tale. Enjoy live shows, great night life, try your luck at the casino, and get some world class runs in! What more could you want?

    Le Massif de Charlevoix

    Even if you’re not fluent in French, you can probably deduce that Le Massif de Charlevoix (1350 Principale St, Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, Quebec) is massive. It's one of the tallest peaks in Quebec and boasts one of the most incredible views over the St. Lawrence. There are runs for beginners and intermediates, but this is truly an advanced skiers paradise.

    These amazing runs may make you wish winter would last forever! We hope to see you out there this year!

    To find your home with Timbercreek Communities in Canada, please visit our website.

  • Valentine's Day desserts for two

    Feb 12, 2019

    No matter what your Valentine’s Day plans are, plan on coming home for dessert this year. Timbercreek Communities wants to help you set the mood with some sweet and sinful Valentine’s Day desserts for two.

    Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes

    These rich and gooey Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes make a perfect Valentine’s Day dessert. Combine coarsely-chopped bittersweet chocolate with butter in a small saucepan. Heat on low until the chocolate and butter melt together. With an electric mixer, beat eggs with granulated sugar and vanilla for about 10 minutes. Fold one third of the chocolate/butter mixture into the beaten eggs. Spoon this batter into greased ramekins and bake on a baking pan at 425 F for about 12 minutes. When they have cooled, loosen them from the sides of the ramekin with a knife and invert them onto a plate. Served with a generous dusting of sifted powdered sugar on top, garnished with fresh berries and mint leaves.

    Pavlova

    An elegant Pavlova is sure to get your mouth watering this Valentine’s Day. If you’re not familiar with the classic dessert, it’s a crisp white cloud of meringue, layered with fresh fruit and whipped cream. It’s elegant and the perfect finish for a romantic evening. To make it, begin by beating egg whites until stiff but not dry. Do not overbeat your egg whites. Add in your sugar, one spoonful at a time. When the mixture is thick and glossy, gently fold in vanilla, lemon juice and cornstarch. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Draw a 9-inch circle on the parchment and spoon the mixture inside the circle, working from the centre out. Build the outside edge of the circle a little higher than the centre. Bake at 300 F for about an hour. As the meringues cool, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form. Fill the meringues with the whipped cream and top with fresh berries. You’ll totally impress your date with this one!

    Dulce de Leche Mousse

    The rich caramel flavour of this Dulce de Leche Mousse is perfect for a romantic Valentine’s dessert. Sprinkle shredded coconut on rimmed baking sheet. Toast it at 350 F for 6 to 8 minutes, until golden. Beat heavy cream and kosher salt together with an electric mixer. When stiff peaks form, fold in your dulce de leche. Chill it in the fridge for at least an hour. Serve topped with the toasted coconut. It’s a light but satisfying dessert that anyone will love.

    Happy Valentine’s Day from Timbercreek!

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  • Comfy but stylish winter fashion staples we love

    Feb 07, 2019

    Say what you will about Canadian winters, they come with pretty amazing winter fashion! Timbercreek Communities wants to help you look great and stay warm with these comfy but stylish winter fashion staples we love.          

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    Bomber Jackets

    The warm and rugged look of a classic Bomber Jacket is timeless. These short, waist-length coats feature a fitted waist, zippered front, and often a fleece or pile collar. They can be designed with or without hoods and come in styles for both men and women. These cool and classic coats pair perfectly with t-shirts, sweaters, or collared shirts and look great with jeans or chinos. If you choose to make a statement with your bomber, go for a bold colour, then tone it down with neutral color pieces to complete your chic winter look.

    Cozy Knit Sweaters

    There may be nothing more cozy and satisfying than layering up for a chilly winter day with a cozy knit sweater. They’re warm, they’re roomy, and wearing one is almost like giving yourself a big warm hug all day long. Whether you choose a pullover or cozy cardigan, the right knit sweater makes winter worth it! No matter what style you choose, this is the time of year to hunt for the sweater of your dreams.

    Oversized Scarves

    Big Oversized Scarves are your best winter accessory. Choose bold, colourful patterns that will brighten your mood on dreary days, or go for more subtle and subdued solids that will compliment your coat. Wrap yourself in warmth this winter.

    Chic Wool Capes

    Capes aren’t just for superheroes and magicians. A Chic Wool Cape will make you feel protected this winter, without sacrificing style. A good cape will keep you warm, cozy and dry. What could be more perfect?

    Trendy Parkas

    Simply put, Parkas are perfect. They’re long, warm and ready for anything winter can throw at you. We wouldn’t want to have a snowball fight or take a long winter walk in anything else.

    The Timbercreek blog team hopes you love these comfy and stylish winter fashion staples as much as we do. Bring it on, winter!

    To find your home with Timbercreek Communities across Canada, please visit our website.

  • Property Highlight - The Northbank

    Feb 05, 2019

    The Northbank is a hidden gem in the heart of Edmonton’s River Valley. Located just east of the downtown core, the community consists of two beautifully designed high rise towers at 8532 Jasper Avenue and 8520 Jasper Avenue. Offering unparalleled views of the River Valley and downtown, there are few rental residences like this. Urban adventurers will fall for The Northbank’s exceptional natural setting that’s within easy reach of everything that downtown Edmonton has to offer. Welcome home, to The Northbank.

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    Your Home

    The Northbank is a truly unique and premium community. The two buildings are connected via a professionally-landscaped courtyard that was designed to create unity and serve as a tranquil common space shared by all Northbank residents. It's the perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee, strike up an enlightening conversation, or play with your furry, four-legged friend in the fenced dog run. 

    Every detail of The Northbank is designed with you in mind. We know that life in the city can be hectic. Your home should be your sanctuary -- a peaceful place to retreat to, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Northbank is located only minutes west of the downtown core, but feels like a whole new world. It seamlessly intertwines the convenience of the city with the beauty of the forest.

    You'll never have to waste time parking your car, as dedicated resident parking and visitors’ parking is available on site. When you come home after a long day, you’ll love the on-site retail and restaurant options that the property boasts. Panini’s Italian Restaurant and 7 Ways Grocery Store are open and ready to serve you, with more retailers on the way. There’s even an on-site Doctor’s Office!

    Once you're inside, there's so much to enjoy before you even get to your suite. You can kick back and unwind in the Media Room, host your friends and family in style in the Party Room and work on your physique in our Fully Equipped Fitness Facilities. It’s all here, it’s all yours.

    Your Neighbourhood

    If you love to explore the great outdoors, you'll love it here. The Northbank is an urban outdoor adventurer's paradise. The entire North Saskatchewan River Valley Park system is at your doorstep, just waiting to be discovered. Explore the extensive parklands that surround you, hit the trails or relax and enjoy a picnic by the river.

    Your urban adventures don’t end when the sun goes down. The downtown core is just a 5-minute drive west. If you don’t drive, there is easy access to public transit here, too. All the amazing things that downtown Edmonton has to offer are at your fingertips -- restaurants, cafes, bars, shopping, farmers markets and more. Catch a concert at Commonwealth Stadium or Edmonton Expo Centre. See the Oilers hit the ice at Rogers Place Arena. Our neighbourhood is unparallelled. The possibilities are endless here.

    Timbercreek Communities can't wait to welcome you home to The Northbank. For more information, please visit our website or call 587.404.6844 to book your appointment to tour a suite.

  • DIY Valentine's Day gifts we love

    Jan 31, 2019

    It may be a bit of a “Hallmark holiday”, but it’s nice to have Valentine’s Day on the calendar to remind us all to show some love to the people we love. The gifts that tend to make the biggest impact are the ones we make ourselves, by hand. To help you make a lasting impression, Timbercreek Communities has some DIY Valentine’s Day gift tutorials to share with you. We hope your love loves them, too!

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    Valentine Bath Bombs

    Give your love the gift of these soothing and sensual DIY Valentine Bath Bombs. All you need is baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, coconut butter, red food colouring, an essential oil of your choice and a spray bottle of Witch Hazel. Combine the cornstarch, citric acid and baking soda in a mixing bowl. Add red food colouring, a few drops of essential oil and melted coconut oil. Spray the mixture with Witch Hazel, and continue to spray until the mixture holds its shape when squeezed. Press the mix into a heart-shaped silicone mold. They will need about 36 hours to dry out completely, giving you plenty of time to download a printable label and find a mason jar to put them in. To use simply break the bath bomb under running water.

    DIY Romantic Dinner

    If you want to make a sweet and romantic gift for your sweetheart, but you don’t feel like you have the chops to create a crafty gift, this one is for you. Start by downloading a free printable PDF wine label that you can use to wrap a loving message around your bottle. Pair that wine with one of these easy-to-make romantic recipes, or share the wine while you cook together.

    Melting Heart Love Slime

    Your kids will love giving this Melting Heart Love Slime, and your partner will love that they aren’t bringing home more candy! You’ll need red glitter glue, liquid starch and optional additions like confetti, essential oils and a heart-shaped box. The slime is simply red glitter glue mixed slowly with liquid starch. Add more glitter, confetti or essential oil if desired. Cut it with a heart-shaped cookie cutter.

    Valentine’s Pom Pom Bouquet

    A Valentine’s Pom Pom Bouquet is a cute and cuddly way for you or your kids to give a bouquet of flowers that won’t wilt or die. All you need is scissors, green felt, ribbon, twine, assorted colours of yarn, twigs, white spray paint and glue.

    Sweetheart Vase

    You’ll need somewhere to put those real or Pom Pom flowers. This Sweetheart Vase is a fun, easy and sweet storage solution. Cut heart shapes from red felt, thread them onto twine and wrap it around a mason jar.

    Happy Valentine’s Day from Timbercreek!

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  • Unique Winter Date Ideas

    Jan 29, 2019

    It’s easy to want to cozy up and stay home on cold winter days, but there are lots of fun activities to enjoy, too -- especially for couples. If you're ready for winter fun, Timbercreek Communities has some unique winter date ideas to enjoy.

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    Dog Sledding Near Toronto

    Mushing with a team of sled dogs might not be a typical date-night idea, but maybe it should be! Going dog sledding is an exciting and surprisingly comfortable way to enjoy a unique outdoor experience. You can learn to drive your own team of dogs or just ride along and enjoy the scenery. There are tours that provide round trip transportation from Toronto, dog sledding instruction, a trail ride, lunch, marshmallows around the campfire and more. You’ll feel like you’ve conquered the Great White North, together.

    Tour the Ice Castles of Edmonton

    Exploring the spectacular Ice Castles display in Edmonton is like spending the night in a winter wonderland! Bundle up and plan a date night to remember. The giant Ice Castles castle is made by hand using icicles and water and takes up an entire acre. There is a waterfall, throne room and even an ice maze to get (kind of) lost in. Don’t miss out on this romantic, enchanting, and incredibly Instagramable date night. You can explore the castle at Hawrelak Park (9330 Groat Road) from December 31st to March 10th. Don’t let the opportunity melt away!

    Plan A Fun Staycation at Travelodge in Saskatchewan to go water sliding

    You don’t have to get on a plane to experience a resort escape. Plan a fun overnight staycation date night at Travelodge by Wyndham Hotel & Conference Centre in Regina (4177 Albert Street South Regina, Saskatchewan). Make a splash at the Soaked! Waterpark that features two water slides, a pool, a hot tub, a spray pad and even a digital water curtain. In Saskatoon, head to Travelodge Hotel by Wyndham Saskatoon (106 Circle Drive West). Take a thrilling ride down their 250-foot water slide into one of two heated pools, then relax in one of the hot tubs.

    Olympic Park Watercourse in Montreal

    You’ll feel like a kid again when you plan a daytime date at Olympic Park Sports Centre in Montréal during Wibit Sundays. The Olympic pool is transformed into an aquatic obstacle course with inflatable tracks!

    Glamping

    If you've never heard of glamping, it's a portmanteau of “glamour” and “camping”. Why rough it when you can glamp it? From luxurious yurts to posh tree houses, spend the day in nature and spend the night in a king sized bed by candlelight.

    Timbercreek hopes these unique winter date night ideas bring a little whimsy and romance into your life this season.

    To find your home with Timbercreek Communities across Canada, please visit our website.

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