I don’t have any tweets because there too many to choose from because of the amount of frustration in Canadians throughout the Pandemic. My favourite ones are #FordFailedOntario and #TrudeauVaccineFailure since it showcases what exactly is happening in Canada right now. I’m hoping we get #WeFinallyHaveTheVaccine and #QuarantineIsNowDone in a few months now because I assume everyone is waiting for this to be over.

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Nurse’s Home in Riverdale Park, on June 9th, 1922.

I always liked and was highly interested in Toronto during the 20s and 30s. So I was very happy to find a photo of a sketch from an architect that dates back to 1922. I often wonder of the society and lifestyle back then and although this doesn't explain much, it’s shows a brief moment to how it was.

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I've heard many things on social media and even friends and families as an ongoing joke of construction sites. But rarely is it ever talked about for the safety concerns on locals who are just doing their daily routine. I don't know if it's because the council doesn't want to discuss the problem or the fact that they don't have a resolution for it. I also see the annoyance of these sites taking almost forever to do their job and causing even more chaos in Toronto. Either way it should be spoken of it is affacts pedestrians who are just crossing the road. It's amazing how anyone reading this article can perfectly understand the situation, without even being from there. The way you pointed it out and provided evidence with your own experience, shows how big these construction sites cause.

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After everything was on lockdown again in late November to December, my family decided to adopt a new family member. His name is Milo and is a rag doll kitten, who was 2 months old in this photo. He’s 4 months and 3 weeks now. I guess this was a good sentiment for the end of 2020 that me and my family needed.

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