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Luxury Publishing Company in Burlington, Ontario

Showcasing Your Most Coveted Collection

Wine cellars have been around for a long time, but for centuries they were seen as dark, dingy and windowless spaces that were more...

A Legend | An Icon | A Passion

Picture this: it’s a beautiful, sunny Saturday without a cloud to be found. You pull up to a multiple-storey building with massive display windows...
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Real Estate Minute Summer 2015

Canadian homes are averaging above the million-dollar mark. Last February, the Toronto Real Estate market hit a major milestone: the average price of a detached...
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Real Estate Minute Spring 2015

What to look at in 2015. This is going to be a very interesting and exciting year in Canadian Real Estate. With new immigration policies...

Exploring Wine Country

The Invidiata Team visits Ontario wine country and experiences a day to remember. Picture this – perfect weather, excellent company and a whirlwind tour of...

Isn’t It Grand

When one adjective describes your company name, your product and your design esthetic cohesively it’s definitely a good thing. Whether it’s a view from...

Knar Jewellery: Curating the Most Luxurious and Creative Jewellery Collections in...

In the world of fashion, travel, automobiles and art, there are those who truly appreciate the skill and fine craftsmanship that goes into designing,...

Faema Canada: The Rise of a Foaming Empire

Teaching Canadians what ‘real’ coffee tastes like for over 50 years. It’s a classic tale of one man’s journey to a new country who, through...

Ferretti Group America Offers the Most Prestigious Yacht Brands for Those...

If you ask James Henderson to name his favorite yacht it would be like asking him to name his favorite child. As the President...

Anthony DiCenzo and Edgewater Estates: Getting it Right On Lakeshore Road...

A lesser man, having surveyed the gentle contours that surround Oakville’s Lambert-Smye heritage estate, might have said “Develop this site? Forget about it.” Tucked away...