Canada Iron & Metal Co. fire 3534 Dundas St W Post date September 11, 2009 Post categories In Uncategorized 18 fire trucks and 70 firefighters were on scene according to the Toronto Star Tags 3534 Dundas St W, Canada Iron amp; Metal Co., Industrial Heritage, Junction Industry, The Junction, Ward 11 (York South-Weston}, Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park), Ward 14 – (Parkdale-High Park) Post navigation ←Previous post:30 Weston Rd. demos some of the last Junction industry process tanks→Next post:SOUTH JUNCTION TRIANGLE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION – DEFUNCT 6 Comments I always wonder how these places still exist within city limits. It's called grandfathering. If it existed before by-law changes, it can stay. For example, there is a new by-law being looked by city council at that would ban one-story buildings (houses, stores, etc.). However, if a one-story building is already existing, it stays because of grandfathering. I am aware of grandfathering, but that doesn't make it right. It doesn't make it right to evict them either. Scrap yards are important businesses to have in any city. Canada Iron & Metal c/o Has Been Keeping our City Clean By Buying Scrap Metal That Would Just Be Laying Around On Are Street,s Or In our Land Fill Sites. Scrap Yard,s Are very Important Businesses In Every City. Around The World. Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.