Globe and Mail art/ on the old Canada Bread factory 

Some of the article 

When the Canada Bread factory closed in 2011, it threw 150 people out of work and served as a clear indicator of the fairly rapid decline of Toronto’s manufacturing base.
Located in the Junction, the factory was a remnant of the area’s industrial manufacturing heyday. But as the expanding city grew around it, heralded by trendy lofts and high-rises, Canada Bread had nowhere to grow. It finally joined many of its fellow manufacturers in decamping to the GTA’s outlying suburbs in search of lower costs and expansion opportunities.
The good news: The old Canada Bread building quickly filled up with a whole new breed of micro-manufacturer.

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