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How Rosedale Village Got It's Name?

Friday Jun 2nd, 2017

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Five Generations ago, a Brampton man named Harry Dale began growing roses called Dale Autographed Roses, which he exported around the world and helped put Brampton on the map. This claim to fame is how Harry dale earned hie title of "The Rose Man" and how Brampton earned its place as "The Flower City of Canada". Rosedale Village is named after Mr. Dale's early pioneering family, and the flowers that helped make Brampton the beautiful and blooming city it is... [read more]

Perfectly Peelable Hard Boiled Eggs

Monday Jun 26th, 2017

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Getting ready for summer picnics, you may be thinking of egg salad or just hard boiled eggs on the side. Here’s how to get perfect eggs that peel easily. 1. Start with boiling water. Bring a pot of water to a rolling boil, lower the eggs gently and boil vigorously for 30 seconds. Reduce the heat to a gently simmer over low heat, cover with a lid and cook for another 10 minutes. 2. Shock in cold water and gently shake. Immediately pour off the hot water, leaving the eggs in the pot.... [read more]

FRIENDSHIP. FREEDOM. FREE TIME. ENJOY THE "IN" LIFE AT ROSEDALE VILLAGE.

Friday Jun 2nd, 2017

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Rosedale Village is a prestigious gated lifestyle community designed to ensure your absolute comfort, convenience and safety. Entry to the community is only possible through our fully automated gated entrance, which grants you access 24 hours daily throughout the year. As a condominium community, residents are free from the hassles of mowing lawns and shoveling snow. Gardens are fully cultivated, though if you like to exercise your green thumb you are welcome to participate and plant flowers... [read more]

Rosedale Village Development

Friday Jun 2nd, 2017

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The MBTW Group has played a primary role in the planning, urban design, and landscape architecture of the Rosedale Village adult lifestyle community, from design to implementation. In its entirety, Rosedale Village will become a series of neighbourhoods in a 350 acre community, set within the context of the Springdale Community. Extensive research of existing adult lifestyle communities led to the development of a traditional village theme with resort qualities, in terms of architectural... [read more]

Why demand for retirement lifestyle communities will only increase

Friday Jun 2nd, 2017

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Phyllis Mahon was in her late 50s when she went looking for a smaller, more manageable home in a quiet community. She wanted a place where she could share her interests with like-minded people, and still have plenty of space to walk her dog. Her search brought her to the Sandycove Acres retirement community in Innisfil, Ont., about 100 kilometres north of Toronto, with heated outdoor pools, minigolf, a games room, shuffleboard and a library. To say she’s satisfied with the move would... [read more]

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