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k1ddkanuck
k1ddkanuck
Oct 18
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Aww, ya I think I remember hearing something about that. What a shame! I can’t say I’m particularly surprised. The condo bug has been spreading outside of Toronto for a while now. I do remember the Levi’s store. I worked at the Tootsie’s shoe store what seems like about a century ago. If you want a St. Jacob’s Farmer’s

Oct 17
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I remember going to the Seagram’s Museum more than once as a kid! A school trip and cub scouts if I remember correctly! For what it’s worth, I have lived in Toronto now for over 13 years and have since become a vegetarian as well. Still, I remember those sausages like it was yesterday lmao! Oh man, ya those fritters Read more

Oct 16
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I grew up in Kitchener-Waterloo, formerly known as Berlin. Home to the 2nd largest Oktoberfest Festival in the world after Munich. Also, the region, all the way up to Guelph and through to Toronto, is known as Silicon Valley North. Home to the Blackberry, the Perimeter Institute, and some of the world’s most advanced Read more

Oct 16
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I uhhh... Huh. I am Canadian, born and bred. I have no idea whatsoever what you are talking about, but I am about to go on a furious google research mission to find out, because unless you’re sending me on a wild goose chase, it is probably delicious. Read more

Oct 16
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Haha awesome! When all of this craziness passes, we’ll have to grab a drink one day!

Oct 16
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Haha! Granted, I assumed he’d be waiting till the weather warms up a bit. The Pinery/Grand Bend in the summer is shear paradise! ;)

Oct 16
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I hear they are all ANTIFA! Throwing tiny squirrel sized cans of soup...

Oct 16
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Absolutely. You kind of have to wonder what is going to happen to all of these gleaming condo towers when the bubble pops. One day, it’s going to be a lot of empty units, and units that were bought with the intention of flipping that no one wants to buy for anything close to its original price. And yes, King Street is Read more

Oct 16
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Aaaah Jos Louis. Hallmark of every Canadian kid’s school lunch. Never thought to make my own though. Might have to give this a whirl.

Oct 16
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It wasn’t food wise, but like I mentioned above, it was sort of an icon and a lot of fun when hockey was on. My point is a lot of Toronto fixtures may come to an end with this pandemic. And as a local, that makes me pretty sad.

Oct 16
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That part certainly was. Their property was huge and completely undeveloped. We were clearing a section of bush one day and found an old timey horse drawn wagon stuck in a tree. Another time, my uncle Michel found an old shoe sticking out of a pile of leaves that seemed to be connected to a leg. Later we found out the Read more

Oct 15
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Lmao that sounds amazing! The only time I went to Kit Kat, I had risotto, and I remember it being out of this world. Ya, times they are a changing. I hope before too long, we don’t have to keep you guys locked out at the border. I hate that it depends on how crazy things continue to be/get on your side of the line.

Oct 15
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Agree’d, the food wasn’t particularly special, but it too was sort of an icon. My point was a lot more icons might close there doors here in the near future, which is unfortunate.

Oct 15
2

Same with Gretzky’s. And I’m sure countless others before this is over. For a city with a food scene that is very much still growing out of its own perpetual irrelevance (from a global perspective), it’s a damn shame for sure.