Home on the Grange

If you’ve read this post here at the Hogtown Crier, you know that once the land for the city of Toronto was “purchased,” it was surveyed by one John Graves Simcoe in 1793. Soon after, he went about dividing the area north of the city limits into park lots, which were narrow, 100 acre lots […]

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The sky’s original bankster

I remember driving along the QEW as a child and seeing this awesome driving range close to the Skydome and hoping I could hit it up one day (pun intended). Hmm. Let me rephrase. I remember being driven along the QEW as a child and seeing this awesome driving range close to the Skydome and […]

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Currie no favour

Alright, I’m going to go ahead and say it: I think in 2015 we take the high standard of fire safety for granted in Toronto. In fact, I would go as far as to argue we’ve done so for all the twenty teens. Maybe even the entirety of the 21st century!  Yeah, we get annoyed […]

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