Tuesday, 18 July 2017 05:19 Written by What We Dig Today
We found Maizal after watching a game of rugby at Lamport Stadium. Walking into Maizal, you are greeted with a beautiful mural that is an homage to creating tortillas. We were pleasantly surprised to stumble upon what seemed to us like family-run and very quaint establishment. The question remained, with so many Mexican cuisine establishments in Toronto, is the food at Maizal good though? The answer is, HELL YEAH, it's amazing. Why? Everything is done with care. That means soft, made-from-scratch in house tortillas, organic vegetables and other carefully selected complementary ingredients. If the food and decor are not enough to satisfy you, then the service will definitely win you over. The caring aspect of Maizal can be felt even with the staff who treat you like a guest visiting their home. Hospitality, beautiful interior, and awesome food, left us feeling blessed to have experienced Maizal.
Thursday, 13 July 2017 05:19 Written by Tanya Walker
In the past year, we have attended many settlement meetings, mediations (settlement meeting with a third neutral person) and pre-trials (settlement meeting with a judge). In each case, we spent a considerable amount of time with our client beforehand preparing a draft settlement agreement. In 97% of our matters, we have found that attending any form of settlement meeting with a prepared settlement agreement to share with the other side assists with negotiating the settlement. Here’s why.
Tuesday, 11 July 2017 05:19 Written by Kisha McPherson
I am not one of those mothers who tells her daughter to concentrate on her books and school and ignore boys until she is older.
Friday, 30 June 2017 09:55 Written by Tanya Walker
In the recently released new Liberal Budget, the current government has introduced a series of measures to help parents with children, as well as some significant changes in the area of taxation.
Monday, 26 June 2017 00:33 Written by Lotoya Jackson
With another school year drawing to a close, many parents are faced with the yearly dilemma of “what now?” If you are working full-time, you’ll be looking for ways to keep the kids busy, teach them a thing or two and make sure they stay out of any trouble this summer.
Sunday, 18 June 2017 15:21 Written by Cleve DeSouza
Being house rich and cash poor is absurd but, for many of us, the reality is that the end of the month means not enough cash inflow and too many outstanding expenses. Let’s face it, the costs of housing, childcare, and debt service have increased well over our take-home incomes in many cases.
Monday, 22 May 2017 09:52 Written by Tanya Walker
On April 20, 2017, the Government of Ontario made some ground-breaking changes to the housing laws of the province related to home ownership and tenancies.
The more we learn about micronutrients and how essential they are to our overall well-being, the more we are able to recognize the impact of deficiencies and its contribution to chronic illnesses and poor health.