Not too sure what this post is implying. Let me state this: Using the left turn lanes at lights is, in many cases, very dangerous, even though the cyclist has full weight of the law. It's one thing when a driver(s) don't see you when you're next to the curb, quite another when flying on an arc through two directions of multi-lane traffic. It is now very rare that I use left turn lanes, just not worth the risk. I haven't had a major accident now for over three decades of serious cycling. Ones sixth sense is as important as protocol and procedure, and many left turn lanes put you in the line of fire from multiple directions.You do this. Bloor and Bay at 5:15 pm, preferably.
Again, my point was to cycle through the intersection in the curb lane to the opposite corner on your right, stop at the curb, wait for light to change in the direction to your left, and then proceed in the curb lane of that direction. It means being slowed somewhat waiting for the lights to change, but it is also far safer.