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Grand & Toy Officially Calls Vaughan Home, Uniting Its Head Office and Teams

VAUGHAN, ON, Oct. 2, 2017 /CNW/ – Grand & Toy, a B2B office products and service provider serving Canadian customers via a direct salesforce and advanced e-commerce platform, has moved its regional head office from Don Mills to Vaughan. An existing Grand & Toy facility, the office in Vaughan has undergone an extensive renovation in order to create an inviting and modern work environment. It will also serve as a visual extension of the brand and showcase Grand & Toy’s various office furniture solutions.

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3T Equity Partners Announce $7.9M Purchase of Markham Industrial Complex

151 Bentley Street, MarkhamTORONTO & MARKHAMAug. 28, 2017 /CNW/ – David J. Goldstein, Jordan Rich and Lawrence M. Moskovic of 3T Equity Partners (“3T”) are pleased to announce the completion of the purchase of 151-181 Bentley Street, Markham, Ontario (the “Property”) by 3T (151 Bentley) LP, for a purchase price of $7,900,000 which was financed, in part, by way of a $5.135M vendor-take back mortgage and, in part, by way of a $3.5M equity raise through a limited partnership.

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Preliminary Work Set to Begin on the Yonge North Subway Extension Project into Richmond Hill

Subway Announcement in Richmond HillRichmond Hill, Ontario, June 16, 2017 — The Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for Markham—Stouffville, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, the Honourable Steven Del Duca, Ontario Minister of Transportation, and Wayne Emmerson, York Region Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, today announced more than $36 million in federal funding to support the planning and preliminary engineering of the proposed 7.4 km extension of the existing Yonge Subway line into York Region.

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All-Day GO Train Service Extended to Unionville on Stouffville Line

You’ll be able to get on the GO twice as much on the Stouffville line from now on. Riders getting on at the Unionville GO station will now have new GO train trips every hour in both directions to Union Station during the midday and evening periods, and there will be a new morning and late-evening weekday train going all the way to the Lincolnville GO station at the end of the Stouffville line.

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