Construction at Queen and Spadina nearing an end– 19 July 2012


The intersection is beginning to look normal (photo taken 19 July)


It is now possible to walk on the west side of the intersection without having to take the detours. Three more days and the traffic will be flowing as well.

To view the post about the 1920s underground washroom that is buried beneath the intersection :

I have spent much of my adult life researching Toronto. Despite the traffic jams and daily congestion, I find Toronto an exciting and vibrant city in which to live. I enjoy exploring its past through my writing. One of the books, “The Villages Within”, was nominated for the Toronto Heritage Awards. If interested in novels with a Toronto setting, descriptions of the books are available by following the link:

They can be purchased in soft cover or electronic editions. All books are available at Chapters/Indigo and on The electronic editions are less that $4 on Kobo and Kindle. Follow the links:

There Never Was a Better Time:

Arse Over Teakettle:

The Reluctant Virgin;

The Villages Within:

Author’s Home Page:

Authors can be contacted at: [email protected]

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