TTC – The new gun playground

Ever since a man got shot at Osgoode station in January, the TTC has been host to a string of violent acts ranging from a man pushing two teens onto the tracks to another person being shot on a bus. When did it become acceptable to shoot guns all over public transit? I’m no fan … Continue reading

A Subway in Richmond Hill

There are talks of extending the Yonge subway line to Highway 7, in Richmond Hill. This is amazing news, especially for me, as I live in Richmond Hill. The transit commission has been spewing “good news” items since its last big bomb, that it would be charging parking fees to Metropass holders.  I think the … Continue reading

Toronto’s White Night

This weekend was Nuit Blanche, sponsored by Scotiabank.  I went out with my friend, with big hopes for an exciting night of fantastic art.  I’m sure there will be plenty of thoughts and opinions on the art on the net by now.  I have no thoughts on the art, because I’m a self-proclaimed art…idiot.  I … Continue reading

Parking Woes of a Torontonian

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has decided to remove the parking feature from its all-you-can-ride Metropass. In many ways, Toronto exhibits the weaknesses of an old city that grew rapidly, into the vast empty land surrounding it.  It’s surrounded by sprawling suburbs, and it’s nearly impossible to live in the GTA without a car.  Since … Continue reading

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