Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1957.
Photographer: Michel Lambeth
Group marching in Toronto Dyke March | 1996
some toronto-canadian things in turning red!
- iconography! the canadian flag in the classroom, the maple leaf shirt, the blue jay, the moose bobblehead, and ofc the CN tower.
even the location design looks so much like canada!
- loonies and toonies!!!!!
- learning french as a second language, learning about the provinces instead of states
- timbits for breakfast!
- hats are touqes!!! punks are hosers!!!!
- the people in the background wearing headscarves!! it's very common to see many people donning them in the city. love that diversity
- I haven't personally been to chinatown (I don't live in toronto, i've only been there three times) so i can't comment on its authenticity but i'm sure other people can weigh in!
- there's also mentions of Celine Dion, a canadian singer!
- also the american concert dates are first on the list, and are mistaken for a canadian tour date. most relatable thing ever LOL
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“If you love your cat, keep Fluffy indoors."
These were environmentalist and former Scarborough city councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker’s words to Toronto City Council Wednesday as a city committee discussed a plan that could prohibit cat owners from allowing felines to roam freely outdoors.
The motion, moved by Councillor for Ward 17 - Don Valley North Shelley Carroll, is rooted in the belief outdoor cats can be a danger to local ecosystems, hunting bird and rodent populations, and are themselves at risk of being hit by vehicles or attacked by wildlife while roaming.
Awful that he's deliberately leaving out the context just to take a shot at liberals and accuse them of political correctness gone mad again.