A post I made here, and cross-posted over to Twitter prior to the municipal elections received some renewed play today and I thought I’d add a few additional thoughts. First, since I posted those thoughts, Mark Grimes squeaked out a victory and retained his post… Read More
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It looks like there are a couple new businesses opening in Long Branch, on Lakeshore, here in the SW corner of Toronto. An orange sign has appeared on one empty storefront not far from here, saying “Melt” and “Grilled Cheese”. Intriguing. As well, it looks… Read More
La Villa Bakery, on Lakeshore in Port Credit, gets the Anchovy stamp of approval. Try their amazing pizza. Port Credit is part of Mississauga. When I was a kid, Mississauga wasn’t amalgamated, and Port Credit, Clarkson, Streetsville and Cooksville were villages. Now it’s one big… Read More
An underpass has been built at Dufferin and Queen Streets in Toronto, eliminating the Dufferin St. jog, an old planning oversight causing an odd block-long gap in Dufferin St. north of Queen. This significant change will help ease traffic congestion in the area and may… Read More
What’s up with those annoying horns?
I watched a little soccer on the weekend and thought there was a problem with my television reception because of a peculiar buzzing noise. It turns out it’s merely soccer fans blowing annoying horns all game. Hearing loss will be their just punishment. I’m sure… Read More