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First snow - views from FCP

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updated with proper link:

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Toronto Downtown - Nov 23, 2007 Morning


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aww man. i wanted to see the snow. :(
 

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Snow in Toronto - as both Beauty and the Beast

Toronto's 'first snow' November 2007

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flickr / alfred ng

Toronto TTC "ALRV" car on Queen at John, January 2004

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Photo by Rob Hutchinson

The Blizzard of 1999 - in case you may have forgotten

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Photo by Aaron Adel
 

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shot #4 is looking a lot like new york.
 

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Just got back from Ottawa. They had much more snow than we did - not that I'm complaining.
 

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Toronto's first snow...neat pics!

DZ and Zephyr: Good Toronto first snow pics! We in the NYC area-after one of the warmest Octobers on record-only have had cold below-freezing weather in recent weeks. In fact LI did not have a first frost until the first week of November this year-weeks later then normal. I noticed that the Southern Ontario and WNY area had gotten mostly lake-effect snows recently. It is a little getting used to the fall(or
winter)cold-after that prolonged warm snap.

I would like to see other winter pics-does anyone have '99 Toronto Blizzard memories or pics? That 2004 CLRV pic looks interesting... LI MIKE
 

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Man...that Yonge and Bloor shot really emphasizes how much that intersection is crying out for a makeover. Allez, Kazakhs!
 

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that building with the reflective glass atrium on the upper floor is worth saving on the west side of Yonge. Eventually maybe they will have an L shaped lot for future development to rise up behind it. Just my opinion...
 
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that building with the reflective glass atrium on the upper floor is worth saving on the west side of Yonge. Eventually maybe they will have an L shaped lot for future development to rise up behind it. Just my opinion...
I have to admit from your photo I like the look of that building, and I would try to save it.
 

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The Stollery's building would make a nice base for a condo tower. I hope it's protected.
 

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