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    Toronto | Eau du Soleil Condos | 227.98m | 66s | Empire | Richmond Architects

    I came across these older photos from September and November 2017 respectively. A lot of changes since then!
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    Agreed. I was in Sagrada Familia in November 2015 and again in April, 2019. I was surprised how much progress there had been in that three and a half year interval.
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    Post your pictures of Toronto here!

    A foggy day from Humber Bay
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    Toronto | 11 YV | 212.44m | 62s | Metropia | Sweeny &Co

    ”Verily”, as a traditionalist in matters linguistic, any word found in Shakespeare, John Donne, Archbishop Cranmer or the King James Version of the Bible passes muster for me. To my surprise, however, “unbeknownst“ doesn’t qualify for that distinction. According to Google, its first known...
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    Toronto | Vita on the Lake | 177.08m | 53s | Mattamy Homes | Graziani + Corazza

    Vita on the Lake.... with swan by the pond. (Actually, there are two swans, but the second is mostly obscured by the first.)
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    Post your pictures of Toronto here!

    A walk in the park on a spring day...
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Will the closing down of Greyhound Bus services in Canada affect the usage of the bus terminal in this complex? I presume it is used primarily by GO Buses and that will doubtless continue. Is the terminal also used by Ontario Northland services? Thanks. PS. I am saddened by the closing of...
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    UrbanToronto contributor Jasonzed - Jason Zytynsky - has passed away

    Sad, sad news. May his family and friends find strength for the hard days ahead.
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    Toronto Wildlife

    You can’t see it from this angle but the bill was actually yellow. I have the Audubon Society app on my cell and because of that specifically checked the bill. I also think the neck was too long for a snowy egret. I am no expert by any means so I may we’ll be mistaken.
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    Toronto Wildlife

    I think that is a Great Egret in the foreground of this photo. I have seen one in previous years but this is the first sighting of this season. I have never seen a pair of these, however. On the other hand, my favourite winter visitors, buffleheads, have obviously flown north.
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    Toronto | Vita on the Lake | 177.08m | 53s | Mattamy Homes | Graziani + Corazza

    No sunbathers were disturbed in the making of these photographs. I think that’s a Great Egret in the foreground of the second photo.
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    Toronto | Vita on the Lake | 177.08m | 53s | Mattamy Homes | Graziani + Corazza

    Vita, from several days ago. Mrs. 67 tells me that there was a couple on a balcony on the left enjoying the springtime sun, either starkers or very nearly so. When I raised my phone to frame the shot of Vita, they bounced inside quickly to avoid me. I was completely oblivious. I apologize...
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    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 312.5m | 95s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    Whinging is what you do if your mother makes you eat mushy peas and bangers.
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    Toronto | 80 Bloor Street West | 261.5m | 72s | Krugarand | Giannone Petricone

    Do you have a link for the new design? I can’t seem to locate it. Thanks in advance.
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    Toronto | 80 Bloor Street West | 261.5m | 72s | Krugarand | Giannone Petricone

    I can’t claim to know “what makes good cities and architecture.“ I’m still working it out. That isn’t an indirect slam against Mercenary, just a statement about myself. It’s not that I have no experience of urban life, having lived in cities famed for their beauty and on the other end of...

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