I know. If they'd only convert it to something like refining plutonium, it'd make a lot more money.
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that sounds pretty ridiculous when Redpath has been there for the last 60 years. People should just not buy here if they are afraid of an explosion.
Of course! Why build anything at all. We should leave whatever was there previously, obviously it had been there for X decades.
I went to the Port Lands consultation meetings, and the GM of Economic Development and Culture for the City said that Toronto has the second largest food processing industry in North America, and that the sugar provide by Redpath is critical to that industry. Thus, while direct employment might be low, the indirect employment that Redpath produces is likely high. I think this also means that until a replacement site with port access is found, Redpath probably isn't moving.
Yes, because those industries would be devastated by the extra 2 minutes it takes for trucks to reach them from a new Redpath facility -.-