Join The Remington Group and Arts Help for a FREE interactive virtual art therapy workshop hosted by a certified art therapist live from Downtown Markham. Dive into the creative process in a mindful way that encourages reflection and personalRead more
Ontario has entered Stage 3 of its reopening plan amid the coronavirus pandemic, which includes indoor dining at restaurants and bars, the opening of gyms, and an increase in the limit on gathering sizes to a maximum of 50Read more
The Remington Group proudly announced the grand opening of Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Downtown Markham on November 13. The restaurant, located at 170 Enterprise Boulevard and Birchmount Road, is a 7,000-square-foot dining experience like no other.
The Toronto Marriott Markham captured a prestigious interior design award at the ARIDO Awards Gala in downtown Toronto on October 24.
An enthusiastic crowd joined the celebration on September 22nd, 2018, as Andre De Grasse Street was unveiled in Downtown Markham. The Canadian Olympic medal-winning sprinter arrived to the ceremony in style in a vintage red pick-up truck.
The Remington Group is proud to announce the grand opening of the new Yamaha Music School in Downtown Markham on September 7.
Join us every Saturday this summer in Downtown Markham as we celebrate with free live music events and DJ nights at rotating venues within the community.
The Remington Group is proud to announce the grand opening of the Toronto Marriott Markham, a cutting-edge hotel boasting innovative design and personalized service that reflects the artful, innovative spirit of the Downtown Markham community.
As part of Hockey Celebration Weekend in Markham, Rogers Hometown Hockey stopped in Downtown Markham on March 4, bringing the ultimate hockey experience for all ages.
The Pride of Canada Carousel played host to CTV’s Toy Mountain at this year’s rink opening, kicked off with remarks from Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti, MC Aaron Madar, and a donation from Markham Fire, generous contributions from Markham citizens andRead more