The Marham Museum is ideally situated to reflect its role in preserving historic buildings and artifacts from Markham’s past, especially those relating to the transformation of the original rural village into a major urban centre. The museum is located on Highway 48, just north of 16th Avenue, not far from the historic village on Main…

Everyone who lives in Uxbridge knows it. But, if you’re thinking of buying a house in Uxbridge, you may not know that the town is officially designated (by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office) as the Trail Capital of Canada.   For anyone thinking of making Uxbridge home, those who are getting ready to move in,…

Yoga is one of those things that, at first, you wonder what it’s all about and then make excuses about being too busy for something like that. But, after you try it, suddenly you can’t live without it. Then you have another problem that only yoga aficionados can have. You go from being hesitant to…

Homeowners in Markham and Unionville have the privilege of living near a heritage village whose history dates back over 200 years. It’s part of the reason that Unionville houses for sale are in such high demand. Of course, historic villages like Unionville evoke a nostalgia for the traditions and lifestyles of days gone by. When…

If you’ve lived in Markham for a while, Downtown Markham is a welcome expansion of everything Markham has to offer. If you’re looking for Markham houses for sale, then the city’s new Downtown is just one more attraction in what is already a very desirable place to live. Located in Markham Centre, Downtown Markham is…