High concept - a fashion magazine Tv show that recycles , reuses and remodels condos to show the inhabitants as extremely environmentally friendly to the point where they have made their furniture out of industrial parts and packing crates - but the novelty is that the stuff looks great.
The Urban Dog profile story on the Distillery District blog got a lot of attention on the Distillery Facebook page this week as many readers piped up to rant about how much they love Urban Dog and being able to watch their pets on the doggy cam afforded to members that leave their dogs in the facility when they go to work.
Toronto green TV blogger Nikki Fotheringham writes a green living blog in which she often demonstrates that green solutions can be aesthetically pleasing as well as environmentally sustainable. So often researchers discover their success in changing the world depends entirely on a third criteria, which is whether or not the green option being showcased is economically viable as a market alternative.
Earlier today i asked about making green furniture from recycled goods and showed pictures of the hardwood pallets from the green living blog on Canadian Content discussion forum and its got some feedback already and when I asked about green living on University Network,I was heard there too and i asked about green living furniture ideas on Red Flag Deals which i expect will get lots of attention.
Everyone is happy being green and there's a lot more information about the green living blog tv show in Toronto project on Ancestry Guru today
The original pictures of a Toronto Basement Waterproofing contractor tell the story - here is a working stiff that has many wonderful antique glass bottles in his enormous collection because he has even more opportunities to dig up treasure than the everyday average man ... Along with the commercial diver and the home inspector - the top job is the downtown urban excavator; his job puts him in the path of buried treasure more often than you can imagine, esp when digging Toronto lakefront property as history buried in the shoreline.
The Toronto Bottle Show is April 21 2013 at Oriole Community Center Arena, 2975 Don Mills Road, Toronto (south of Finch). The best of the best recovered material will be on display at Reinhard's table and you can read more about this adventure filled professional on Wondercafe Digging Bottles in the Basement and the Backyard, and learn more about how basement waterproofing contractors find antiques in Toronto backyards on Dumpdiggers forum.
Canada's own Aveda Institute helped add some excitement to the event in Toronto - earlier in the year this world class hair school sponsored the Look Good Do Good Feel Good Video Challenge which celebrates courage and imagination typical of the first and best place to start a career as a hair stylist.
2012 Look Good, Do Good, Feel Good, Video Collaboration
You can see all of the individual contributions here,