Something is badly, badly wrong with transportation in Toronto. Just riding public transit provides evidence of that, along with a pain in the neck. Torontonians still love the TTC, but just wish it would shape up, and are painfully aware it hasn't been world-class for at least a generation. The author, no specialist in any of the relevant areas of research, brings his skills as an academic and the righteous indignation of a TTC rider to the task of telling just how bad things are, how they got this way, and what needs to be done about it.
Near the junction of the Rue des Beaux-Arts I stopped to look through the window of one of the galleries. I heard the footsteps of someone approaching. As I refocussed my eyes on the reflection of the street in the gallery window I saw a woman in pale blue jeans, a short white closely fitting ivory jacket and white t-shirt.Paris is, after…
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