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    I think Marcel's on to something. More residents...

    I think Marcel's on to something. More residents means more complaints. Or, if you're so inclined, more people means more people to rob. More residents should also mean more cops.

    Rather than...
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    No doubt, The Works fits better at leg grounds....

    No doubt, The Works fits better at leg grounds. Taste of E? Not so much, it's better suited to Churchill.

    Capital blvd/Centennial plaza are lovely spaces and frankly, ToE is kind of a grimy event...
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    Both those are good suggestions (a little pricey...

    Both those are good suggestions (a little pricey though). Further east there's Blue Lamp books, The Bookseller. Wee Book Inn of course, and if you shop it often enough the Value Village has a couple...
  4. One of the central tennants of public...

    One of the central tennants of public broadcasting is they don't have to compete in a commercial broadcast environment. Other public radio broadcasters do relevant, long form journalism.

    How would...
  5. ^^I'm aware of podcasts popularity. Still doesn't...

    ^^I'm aware of podcasts popularity. Still doesn't explain the exclusivity of that content to that broadcast platform. Particularly when you're not serving your publc broadcaster mandate particularly...
  6. I haven't listened yet. Stupid title. Why is...

    I haven't listened yet. Stupid title.

    Why is it a podcast, again? There is less news on my local CBC Radio One "news" programming all the time. Can CBC Radio sell ads on podcasts? Anna Maria...
  7. I found Stolte's article frustratingly vague....

    I found Stolte's article frustratingly vague. Anyone paying attention in the last decade knows that Transit/TOD planning in this city is completely off the rails. But why? As much as I'd like to...
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    Zenari's spot would make an excellent soup...

    Zenari's spot would make an excellent soup kitchen. Centrally located, lots of access, plenty of need in the area.
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    That's a lot of words and what gets done remains...

    That's a lot of words and what gets done remains a mystery. It happens in the region though.
  10. Good news. That corner is really coming on. What...

    Good news. That corner is really coming on. What a great batch of small business.

    And Maven and Grace moved just a couple doors away next to Earth's General Store.
  11. The Wired Cup closed June 1, 2019. Come celebrate...

    The Wired Cup closed June 1, 2019. Come celebrate Ann, Dave and Family Sat. Jun. 15, 5pm at the Strathearn Community Hall (9511 90st.) at The Wired Cup appreciation potluck. If you were lucky enough...
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    Lots of indoor space at the ballpark for some of...

    Lots of indoor space at the ballpark for some of the things Kcantor describes. Not including ample commercial kitchen space.
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    Pride Night at the Ballpark this Friday 15th...

    Pride Night at the Ballpark this Friday 15th 7:05. 2pm game 16th for Father's Day.

    Good to read John Short doing all the game write-ups for the Prospects now.

    "Low level" ball in this city...
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    You know what would look good there - a soccer...

    You know what would look good there - a soccer stadium.

    Kcantor is entirely correct. The memorial across the street presently is an embarrassing tribute to tokenism.
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    Another Prospect drafted into the big leagues:...

    Another Prospect drafted into the big leagues: https://twitter.com/EdmProspects/status/1136376168272211968
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    ^^^OffWhyte gets to the nut of it. Actions speak...

    ^^^OffWhyte gets to the nut of it. Actions speak louder than words. Use what you've got.

    Wouldn't programming at LMP help a part of town that's supposed to be a priority? What a waste.
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    Hence the abundance of three bedroom and...

    Hence the abundance of three bedroom and affordable units being proposed and built.
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    Montreal: Where A Downtown for Everyone is more...

    Montreal: Where A Downtown for Everyone is more than just a slogan - https://torontostoreys.com/2019/06/montreal-affordable-housing/
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    Folks behind Rosso are behind this I believe....

    Folks behind Rosso are behind this I believe. This location is one of downtown's enduring mysteries - good looking patio space, successful business next door but nothing ever takes.

    Rosso is damn...
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    Season opening win last night for the Prospects....

    Season opening win last night for the Prospects. Drift Food has a concession again, Sumo Sumo is available along with a craft beer selection. Prospects vs Bulls today at 2pm.

    Ducey Park is the...
  21. Sticky: Here's some poor logic for you: Because you...

    Here's some poor logic for you:

    Because you are ideologically aligned with several members of our current council you are prepared to join the bucket brigade for their compounding poor...
  22. ^^There was a great bakery down there. A couple...

    ^^There was a great bakery down there. A couple other good, independent places to grab food in a neat surrounding. These days they call them "Food Halls" - I'm sure one's coming our way soon,...
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    ^Looks to me like they're headed 124st way. A...

    ^Looks to me like they're headed 124st way. A great place to hang (has been ever since I moved to Dirt City in the mid-nineties), has received a sliver of the civic treasure spent downtown and...
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    ^^Mid nineties to early 2000's I lived downtown. ...

    ^^Mid nineties to early 2000's I lived downtown.

    Since that time, considering the vast civic and private infrastructure investments made, the increased population, not to mention the unrelenting...
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    Tipping point?!? Is there even a scale operating...

    Downtown has to hit a tipping point in terms of population, plus major construction projects still underway.

    Reminder that Ottawa, Winnipeg and Quebec City locations are already closed,...
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