National Home Show

National Home Show – The Big One


We don’t call it The Big One for nothing! There are over 800 home vendors ready to help you make your space, your way. The Big One is presented by RE/MAX and co-located with Canada Blooms for the largest North American display of innovative products, new ideas & great deals for all things home & garden. Come take advantage of all these great vendors in one space. PLUS! It’s 2 events, 1 ticket! Entrance to Canada Blooms is included!

Find Inspiration

In addition to an incredible assortment of vendors you’ll find inspiration around every corner, including the Dream Home!

Get Hands-on!

Have a few things to take care of around the house, but not sure how to start? Swing by our DIY Centres and learn from our experts! That’s right, Centres is plural! New this year, get hands-on in our outdoor DIY Centre as well!

See you there!


Courtesy of Toronto Home Shows

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Join Us In The Fight Against Hunger!

This Holiday Season Rose Kutzko & The Property Team are asking you to join us in the fight against hunger by donating non-perishable food items for the Daily Bread Food Bank!

Donation Box – Non-Perishable Food Items:
• RE/MAX Professionals Inc., Brokerage
• 4242 Dundas St. W. #9, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1Y6
• Month of December 2019

Thank you for helping our community! 

2019 Back To School Backpack Giveaway!


Rose Kutzko & The Property Team celebrated the end of summer with our annual Back To School Backpack Giveaway full of all the essentials to send two lucky winners back to school prepared.   

CONGRATULATIONS to our winners Tamara Gagnon and Jacqueline Baird!

Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry.

Wishing all of the students a great school year to come!


Let’s go to the EX!

August 16 – September 2, 2019

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is Canada’s largest community event and one of the top 5 agricultural fairs in North America.

Founded in 1879 as the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, the CNE has enjoyed a distinguished history as a showcase of the nation.  People came to experience the latest innovations in technology and commercial products, to enjoy the popular entertainers of the time, and to engage in a collective community celebration.

Although the CNE has changed significantly over the years, it continues to be one of Ontario’s great annual traditions and an event that offers substantial entertainment value for money.

Taking place over the 18 days leading up to and including Labour Day, it is affectionately embraced as an end-of-summer ritual by more than 1.5 million visitors annually, visitors who reflect the rich diversity of Toronto and the region.

Highlights of the annual CNE include:



The Farm





Kids’ World (a green space featuring attractions designed for children 10 & under)


Park Entertainers & interactive experiences

A three-day Air Show (on Labour Day Weekend)

& much more!

All attractions & shows are FREE with admission to the CNE!


Courtesy of BlogTO

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Farmers’ markets in Toronto by day of the week

Farmers’ markets in Toronto take place throughout the week, so you have no excuse not to head out to your nearest park or Green P to find some local produce.

Here’s a breakdown of farmers’ markets in Toronto by day of the week.


Sorauren Farmers’ Market

50 Wabash Ave., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
This farmers’ market runs all year long in the park straddling Parkdale and Roncy. When you visit, you’ll find all sorts of produce, prepared food and other goodies.

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Find an assortment of fresh fruits at the Stonegate Farmers’ Market. Photo by Jesse Milns.


Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market

Riverdale Park West, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Head to the market in this east side park and stock up on fresh, seasonal produce and lots of locally-produced foodstuffs. The market runs from June to October.

Trinity Bellwoods Farmers’ Market

Trinity Bellwoods Park, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
From May to October, take an after-work stroll through this popular park and visit the farmers’ market, which focuses on organic and sustainable food, in the northwest corner by Dundas and Crawford.

Davisville Village Farmers’ Market

June Rowlands Park, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Starting May, this small market in midtown sells fresh produce and prepared food, but it also features free musical performances, and sometimes even free fitness classes.

East York Farmers’ Market

East York Civic Centre, 8 a.m until 2 p.m.
Those who live and work near the East York Civic Centre can grab a fresh food feast at lunchtime, so move over unhealthy take out! The market runs from May to October.

Stonegate Farmers’ Market

194 Park Lawn Rd., 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Starting in June, the parking lot of the St. James Anglican Church fills up with vendors and entertainers who bring fresh produce and music to this Etobicoke community.

The Farmers’ Market at SickKids

555 University Ave., 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Beginning May 21, the market taking place in the hospital’s driveway will be selling an array of fruits, vegetables, herbs, honey, cheeses, pies, soaps and more.

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The Nathan Phillips Square farmers’ market happens every Wednesday. Photo by Natta Summerky.


Nathan Phillips Square Farmers’ Market

Nathan Phillips Square, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
For those who work in and around the Financial District, this is the perfect spot to pick up a healthy lunch or fresh produce if you can’t get to the grocery store until the weekend. There are usually food trucks on site, too. The market opens at the end of May.

Bloor-Borden MyMarket

365 Lippincott St., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
It’s easy to shop local in the Annex on Wednesday evenings starting in June thanks to this MyMarket-run farmers’ market that pops up weekly in a small parking lot.

Montgomery’s Inn Farmers’ Market

4709 Dundas St. West, 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.
Tours of this 1840s inn in Etobicoke, which operates as a city-run museum, are free on market Wednesdays. Best of all, markets at Montgomery’s run all year long, although they’re outside only in the summertime.

Ryerson University Farmers’ Market

Ryerson University, 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Summer school students craving greens around Yonge-Dundas Square will be happy to know that there’s a farmers’ market every Wednesday, right in the heart of Ryerson’s campus starting mid-May.

Annette Village Farmers’ Market

680 Annette St., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Find VQA wines, artisan goods and prepared food at this market in Baby Point which runs from May through October.

U of T Scarborough Farmers’ Market

University of Toronto Scarborough, 2:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
If you’re tired of hitting up the UTSC cafeteria or Timmies, staff, students and community members can visit the farmers’ market that pops up on campus weekly from the end of May right until the beginning of October.

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Fresh tomatoes are just some of the offerings at the North York Farmers’ Market. Photo by Jesse Milns.


Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers’ Market

Dufferin Grove Park, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Don’t worry about dates, because this popular farmers’ market just south of Dufferin Station runs all year round. At its summertime peak, you can find up to 30 vendors here.

Farmers’ MRKT at Royal Bank Plaza

Royal Bank Plaza, 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
This outdoor pop-up is billed as an artisan market. You can expect even shinier apples and more upscale treats than your regular, run-of-the-mill market, perhaps. It runs June through August.

Metro Hall Farmers’ Market

Metro Hall, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Those who work around King West get a new lunch place with live entertainment on Thursdays, starting May 23. This is also a great opportunity to stock up on healthy snacks if you ever feel peckish during the day.

East Lynn Park Farmers’ Market

East Lynn Park, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Find fresh veggies, fruit and locally-sourced meat and prepared food, as well as wine and live entertainment at this popular community market that runs June through October on Danforth East.

North York Farmers’ Market

Mel Lastman Square, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
This is one of the few markets in the north end of the city, so take advantage of the opportunity to buy produce directly from farmers and don’t forget to fill your reusable bags with baked goods, too. It runs from the last Thursday in May to the last Thursday in October.

Midtown Market

1951 Yonge St., 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
This is the OG Appletree market that had its humble beginnings in a church parking lot. The market has since blossomed and moved to the corner of Yonge and Davisville in a large parking lot. It will run weekly until October 4.

Underpass Park Farmers’ Market

29 Lower River St., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
From May until October you’ll be able to shop at this popular farmers’ market at Underpass Park.

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Fresh produce can be found at the Humber Bay Shores farmers’ market every Saturday Photo by Jesse Milns.


The Stop’s Farmers’ Market

Artscape Wychwood Barns, 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Visit this beautiful space on Christie, just south of St. Clair West, to shop for food year round. Depending on the week, this market attracts up to 1,500 visitors thanks to the assortment of farmers and vendors on site.

Junction Farmers’ Market

2960 Dundas St. West, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Head to the Junction Train Platform on Dundas Street, just west of Keele street, to find all sorts of vendors at this popular market. The market runs Spring through Fall.

Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market

550 Bayview Ave., 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.
In the summer months, the Brick Works farmers’ market opens at 8 a.m. You can find all sorts of vendors at this market including a large selection of meals made fresh on site.

St. Lawrence Market Farmers’ Market

St. Lawrence Market, 5 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Visit the weekly farmers’ market in the big tent at 125 The Esplanade, just south of the market building. Come early, because the good stuff sells fast.

Humber Bay Shores Farmers’ Market

Humber Bay Park West, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Get fresh food and amazing skyline views at this west end market right by the lake, featuring hyper local vendors. The market opens for the season May 25.

Weston Farmers’ Market

1865 Weston Rd., 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
This market at the GO Station near the intersection at Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West has been around for nearly 40 years and it runs from May to October every year. There’s lots to eat here, including fruit, veggies and treats.

Withrow Park Farmers’ Market

Withrow Park, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
A sizeable number of local vendors and farmers from around the Golden Horseshoe come to this Danforth-area market that opens June 1.

Urban Market at Concord CityPlace

Concord Presentation Centre, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
This market runs all day long, giving the condo-dwellers of CityPlace a chance to do some grocery shopping. Along with fresh produce, you can find skin care products, wine and prepared food.

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Stock up on fresh veggies every Saturday at the Weston Farmers’ Market. Photo by Jesse Milns.


The Leslieville Farmers’ Market

Jonathan Ashbridge Park, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m,
Expect lots of food, music and entertainment at this popular east side farmers’ market near the intersection at Queen Street East and Woodward Avenue that makes the early wake up on Sundays worth it. The first market of the season is May 12.

Liberty Village MyMarket

34 Hanna Street, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
See the Green P on Hanna Street transformed into a bustling farmers’ market each week from June 2 to November 3, giving the condo dwellers in Liberty a chance to shop locally.

The Distillery Sunday Market

55 Mill Street, 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Talk about local! Come and check out cured meats, organic preserves, fresh flowers, artisan crafts, ready-to-eat treats and handmade gourmet chocolates — all made within 100 miles of the Distillery District. The market runs from late May to mid-October.



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Dorothy Ley Hospice Annual Halloween Bed Race


You don’t want to miss the 10th Annual Halloween Bed Race happening on Sunday, October 28, 2018!

Founded in 1990, The Dorothy Ley Hospice is a volunteer-based community service organization offering compassionate care to people living with the challenges of a life-limiting illness or loss. Their programs meet physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial needs, helping people live life to the fullest. Their services are provided at no cost to the individual thanks to the generosity of donors and community partners.

Rose Kutzko & The Property Team are proudly participating in the Annual Halloween Bed Race to help raise the much needed funds that The Dorothy Ley Hospice must raise each year to be able to continue providing programs and services in our community!

It is through the help of events such as the Annual Halloween Bed Race, that The Dorothy Ley Hospice is able to raise awareness and funds to help reach their annual goal.

On behalf of The Dorothy Ley Hospice, Rose Kutzko & The Property Team are kindly asking for and accepting donations.

CLICK TO DONATE  ->  All donations are greatly appreciated; no amount is too small!

Fun for the whole family!


3200 Bloor St W, Etobicoke, ON M8X 1E1


12:00 PM     Registration Opens

12:30 PM     Event Opens, Face Painting, Pumpkin Carving, Bouncy Castles, Lunch and Much More!

12:45 PM     Opening Ceremonies

1:00 PM       Bed Races

2:30 PM       Closing Ceremonies

3:00 PM       Event Ends

2018 Back To School Backpack Giveaway!

Rose Kutzko & The Property Team celebrated the end of summer with a Back To School Backpack Giveaway full of all the essentials to send two lucky winners back to school fully prepared.

CONGRATULATIONS to our winners Michelle Rodrigues and Mariama Dalan!

Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry, wishing all of the students a great school year.


Annual Kingsway-Lambton United Church Art Show & Sale

Twenty-one years ago, the Kingsway-Lambton Art Show & Sale was born! Searching for a fundraising event to help support a number of community charities and with the initial professional guidance of Judy Smith of Westmount Gallery, a group of dedicated members of Kingsway-Lambton United Church began inviting established juried artists and young emerging talent to come together for a show and sale. This has grown into a much anticipated spring event, attracting a growing number of art enthusiasts to a day of colour and exuberance, providing an opportunity to meet and learn from the artists and…BUY ART FOR GOODNESS’ SAKE!

Rose Kutzko & The Property Team continue to be a Proud Sponsor of the Annual Kingsway-Lambton United Church Art Show & Sale.

Join us on April 7, 2018 at this incredible fundraising event featuring 33 Canadian Artists!