Look, all I'm saying is that 99% of the population don't know what these 2 names mean. A lot more know who Jerry Howarth is, you can't argue that.
We shouldn't be forcing aboriginal names just because they're aboriginal.
My dude, no one is interested in your tedious IDW pedantry. I don't know who the shit Jerry Howarth is and I really don't care. That you would expose yourself to the rest of the board with these views however, is pretty comical. Thanks for the inside look.So you think aboroginal people will forgive us for taking their land by naming a couple of streets with aboriginal names? grow up, this is a sham just to make people feel better about themselves.
He/she had quite a comical encounter about climate change denial and the moon landings being faked with me recently.. Lots of fun.My dude, no one is interested in your tedious IDW pedantry. I don't know who the shit Jerry Howarth is and I really don't care. That you would expose yourself to the rest of the board with these views however, is pretty comical. Thanks for the inside look.
Still had some curbs to pour for turning lanes and traffic lights at Bloor, as well strip it.They paved the southbound lanes on Tuesday. Don't know why it took 3 days.
Bulk of the work this year will be building the sidewalk, finishing off Bloor/Kipling Intersection, finish rebuilding Dundas from the Plaza to Auckland including the traffic lights there. Then there is the rebuilding of Dundas that will connect to Kipling northbound.^I will gladly eat my words on this one. I really expected this project to be a fiasco. Traffic flows much more freely than I would have ever expected. The ability to go straight through the intersection on Bloor actually makes it easier to take that route, versus the old cloverleaf.
There's a lot to be done still, and it will all be for naught if the wrong decisions are made while developing the area, but for now it actually feels like it could be a walkable zone one day.
Let's hope that the right decisions are made as development proceeds.