Last week Lake Ontario was 82 Fahrenheit this week Lake Ontario is 58 Fahrenheit. It’s these extreme temperature swings that make it impossible to plan a good swim let alone the algae and the waves. The temperature is the greatest determining factor on whether or not this man swims in it.
You can’t beat the reliability of the diesel/gas/ICE engine.
Toronto Hydro is reporting a major outage in Toronto’s east end Monday morning. The outage began around 6 a.m., impacting a large area with rough boundaries from Eglinton Ave. E. to Lakeshore Blvd., and between Yonge St. and Victoria Park Ave. The hydro distribution company, serving 756,000 customers total according to their website, says the issue is a result of a lost power supply from Hydro One.
I’ve been writing this for the last 25 years. Boy time flies – and nothing changes!
It’s amusing to hear that, as the city prepares to launch a pilot project on King St. to give cars the lowest priority compared to streetcars and pedestrians, there is no “war on the car” in Toronto.
Wonderful writer with some wonderful tales.
I was built to play Santa Claus, from my pot belly, beard and pipe to my love of everything about Christmas.
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James Alcock’s take on Toronto’s traffic problems & ways to end traffic gridlock! – YouTube