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Looking west from Medland St west on Dundas St. Photo post

August 15 2020 Dundas St looking active.

Medland Ave and Annette St. Corner, photo post

Silk restaurant has very substantial tables on its Roadway patio.

Historic people of Medland St. Toronto Junction 191 Medland St. reprised news post

Mrs. William Trench: Taught Schools in York Township; May 31, 1949;  Newspapers: The Globe and Mail pg. 5 Taught Schools in York Township For many years a teach…

Mavety Theatre on Dundas Street, looking west

Cropped to show detail from original.           Alfred Pearson Date(s) of creation of record(s) December 3, 1923 Physical description of record(s) 1 photoprint :…

Allan Gardens Conservatory Palm House Comprehensive Restoration planned.

  Allan Gardens Conservatory Palm House ‐ Heritage Building Restoration & Functional Upgrade Consulting Services Scope Summary:  Heritage Building Comprehensive Restoration architectural and engineering design, specification and construction…

Junction Abattoir official inspector be permanently stationed 1913, reprised news post


No flyers for you on Junction street posts for you

The Junction twitter feed Spotted in the Junction, link below, posted a photo on August 13 2020 of coverings going up on Junction Street and Hydro posts in…

Laws Street similarity of house designs

Laws St, one of the most beautiful shaped avenues in the Junction with its curves and south sloping nature, has a number of houses likely built by the…

Riverdale Farm in early 1900’s a most beautiful description of a visit,much about the adding of animals

  VISIT TO THE TORONTO ZOO By W. T. Allison ILLUSTRATION’S BY VICTOR WRIGHT First I saw the white bear, then I saw the black; Then I saw…

Dufferin Grove Park North-West Corner Clubhouse and Park Improvements By city planned.

Dufferin Grove Park North-West Corner Clubhouse and Park Improvements Description: Clubhouse and Park Improvements ARIBA Doc2493126839 – Request for Tender for Dufferin Grove Park North-West Corner Clubhouse and…

55 and 57 Vine Ave. Construction update photos

August 8th 2020           End of photos.

…a new apartment at 55 and 57 Vine Ave. Wow

Just up from Keele St.

Cattle drivers End West Toronto Junction booze sales.

2020-08-09-Cattle-drivers-west-Toronto-booze.txt 2020 08 09 Cattle drivers west Toronto booze Liquor vote: can’t end confusion on ballot again in 1965 1965 The Globe and Mail pg. 5 Liquor vote…

260 High Park Avenue church to condo conversion photo update.

  August 8th 2020      

55 & 57 Vine Ave. new apartment building construction photo update

August 8th 2020            

Rembering our last winter, TTC runs though the snowfall

Malta Park a much needed amenity for the west part of the Junction strip.

Malta Park has one of the peak stone concrete ping pond tables the city installed, force few years. And like many of these it is hardly ever used.

New building on Vine Ave. Photo update. Number 55

New housing on Vine Ave. started in 2009 with the demolition of 67 Vine St for a row of townhouses which now sit on the site. The townhouses…

The Junction plaza at Dundas St West. & Clendenen Ave.

Gardiner Expressway deck replacement photos Aug 5 2020

Under side at 360 lakeshore blvd east give or take a few numbers, as there are no buildings in the area. Rust coloured steel are newly installed and…

Wide sidewalks can make a great restaurant patio.

The east end of the city has a greater number of extra wide sidewalks giving opportunity for wide patios and good clear sidewalk walking space.

Indie Ale House has a qcode as menu for their on road patio.

Indie Ale House has a put qcode on seating just for their business. This code provides more social distancing as it links to thier menu. Dismissing the need…

Annette St school has a bit of surprize flower growth.

Toronto Seeking Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Rooftop and Carport Systems for city buildings.

  from the cites pre publication of the request.   Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Rooftop and Carport Systems This Negotiated Request for Proposal (the “nRFP”) is an invitation by…