Recently took a night stroll in the city and a simple picture reminded me about some of the things we have to offer. Yes it’s only the CN Tower but it is one of our most identifiable landmarks. There has been a lot of change in the city, however not all of it is good. I was a bit dismayed that I could almost no longer see the lake from Harbourfront, but I guess that is to be expected is such a large city where land is a premium. I only hope that a serious look and analysis is done on what we have left. I hope we do not rush waterfront development. I’d hate to see future generations left with having to travel to Sandbanks or somewhere else just to get a view of the lake. But I digress, as I was saying land is at a premium in Toronto, isn’t it?
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May 21, 2008
Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow said she’s “speechless” about the continued delayed of the Eglinton Crosstown, saying she’s no more knowledgeable on the project than residents and business owners who’ve been waiting years for it to wrap up.
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