Historic northwest corner of Queen and Spadina is decked-out for autumn

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The Macdonald’s that is located at the corner of Queen and Spadina is decorated for the autumn season. It is an excellent display and a great addition to the neighbourhood. This restaurant is on the site of the early-nineteenth century Mary Pickford Theatre. To view a post on the history of this corner, follow the link:


To view a post about the men’s washroom from the early nineteenth century that is buried beneath the street at Queen and Spadina


Has Queen and Spadina become Toronto’s hamburger corner? Follow the link:


Explore the history of sinful saucy Spadina Avenue from its beginnings beside the lake, north to Bloor Street. 


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