Markham is the only neighbourhood in the area that has seen its average rent go up since last year, with Downtown Toronto seeing the biggest drop at 14.4%.
Despite the drops, liv.rent suggests that most prices are beginning to bounce back up. According to the report, Brampton and Mississauga showed "significant recovery" from Q1 2020, with the year-on-year prices moving up to -13.2% and -8.3% in Q2 from -24.1% and -17% in Q1 respectively.
And even though Downtown Toronto's prices are way lower than they were in 2020, it's still the most expensive place to rent in the city. The average rent for a furnished apartment is $2,525 with unfurbished apartments at $2,338.
A spectacular sunflower field near Toronto has just reopened for the season, and this year there's an even more stunning way to explore the blooms.
The Hanes Corn Maze & Tiny Shop Bakery in Dundas is now welcoming visitors back to its 7.5-acre sunflower maze, and it's also added a new sunset experience where you can wander through the trails at golden hour.
On Fridays and Saturdays beginning August 13, guests can step into a maze of pure gold as the setting sun illuminates the field.
The sunflowers can reach up to 12 feet in height and come in vibrant colours like yellow, orange, and red.
Tickets for both the sunflower maze and the sunset maze are available on the website, so start planning your trip to this sun kissed field.
Hanes Sunflower Maze
Price: $13.27 per adult
When: Until September 1, 2021, Sunset mazes begin August 13
Address: #1001 Hwy. #5 W., Dundas, ON
Why You Need To Go: Explore a giant sunflower maze beneath the setting sun at this field near Toronto.
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