Toronto’s Second-Ever Automatic Pay Toilet is Opening Tomorrow, in the Beach – Torontoist


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Toronto's Second-Ever Automatic Pay Toilet is Opening Tomorrow, in the Beach
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The first pay toilet, at Queens Quay West and Rees Street. Photo by Joel Charlebois. When the first automated public toilet opened on Queens Quay West in 2010, the City was expecting to have a bunch more of them installed in relatively short order. Now

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New Automated Public Toilet Demonstrates Continued Success of Toronto’s … – Canada NewsWire (press release)

New Automated Public Toilet Demonstrates Continued Success of Toronto's
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The new APT is located in The Beach, south side of Lakeshore Blvd, East of Northern Dancer Blvd. This is the second APT available in Toronto with the first installed in May 2010 at Queens Quay Boulevard and Rees Street. Since then, the APT program has

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Cyclists out of luck as Queens Quay closed for remodeling – MetroNews Canada


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Cyclists out of luck as Queens Quay closed for remodeling
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On a popular Toronto bike route riddled with potholes and often congested with traffic, a bright-orange detour sign erected Monday morning seemed proof that things must get worse before they get better. After years of delay, city officials took a major
Queen's Quay closed eastbound traffic between Lower Spadina Ave. and Bay St.680 News

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Construction begins on Queens Quay revitalization project – Global Toronto


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Construction begins on Queens Quay revitalization project
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TORONTO – Work began on Tuesday to transform the 1.5-kilometre stretch of Queens Quay Boulevard into what planners describe as a world-class destination. The first phases of construction require multiple traffic detours, with Queen Quay open to
It's westward only on Queens Quay as remodeling beginsToronto Star
Queen's Quay closed eastbound traffic between Lower Spadina Ave. and Bay St.680 News

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/REPEAT — Sixteen Canadian Authors Who Have Written Fifteen Non-Fiction … – Canada NewsWire (press release)

/REPEAT — Sixteen Canadian Authors Who Have Written Fifteen Non-Fiction
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TORONTO, Dec. 4, 2012 /CNW/ – Noreen Taylor, founder of The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, gift buyers have a shopping list of books to buy for Christmas, and a window on the

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