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  • the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada)
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  • A city in Canada, capital of Ontario, on the northern shore of Lake Ontario; pop. 635,395

Junction
Junction
The Junction is a neighbourhood in Toronto that derives its name from a junction of four railway lines in the area known as the West Toronto Diamond. It was once a separate town centred on the intersection of Dundas and Keele Streets. The Junction was a manufacturing community that boomed during the late 1800s. Foundries, mills, wire factories, and industries, such as Wilkinson Plough, Dominion Showcase and the Heintzman Piano Co. began moving into the area. Other firms came because land, labour and taxes were cheaper than in Toronto. These factors also attracted many immigrant or second generation Irish Catholics to the area, many who moved there from then poor, crowded tenenment housing in areas of the city such as Cabbagetown or Brockton Village during the 1880's. The Junction was prone to booms and busts during its tumultuous history; while the period between 1888 and 1890 was a prosperous one, the period between 1893 and 1900 saw significant poverty in the area due to an economic recession. The Great Depression saw the closing of factories and the end to construction in the area, and the municipality could not support its citizens because of a large civic debt. Pubs and taverns became permanent fixtures in The Junction, as was the case with many railway and factory workers' towns. By 1903, alcohol was such a serious problem for families and a public embarrassment (as drunks were visible from passing trains), that the town voted to go dry in 1904. This bylaw was not repealed until 2000. It was the last area of Toronto to do so. Toronto annexed The Junction in 1909 and the two have gradually grown together, though residents have retained their community identity and remained very loyal to the neighbourhood, despite further economic hardship. Indeed, the commercial stretch of Dundas Street was all but abandoned until quite recently. The prohibition dissuaded restaurants from establishing themselves there, and bars were not permitted. The elimination of the prohibition has had a positive effect on the community, however. New restaurants and bars have opened up along Dundas Street, attracting young hipsters, while lower rents make the neighbourhood appealing to artists. Some see The Junction as the next big "hip place to live". The Junction Triangle (bounded by Keele, St. Clair, and Dundas Streets) was for many decades the location of the Ontario Stockyards. This was Canada's largest livestock market, the centre of Ontario's meat-packing industry, and the source of Toronto's nickname as Hogtown. The Ontario Stockyards closed at this site in 1993 (moving to Cookstown, much further north of the city), and the meat-packing plants that surrounded it closed shortly thereafter. The site is now the location of a large bloc of warehouse-style retail outlets, including Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Future Shop and Rona, along with several smaller stores, and the name "Stockyards" has evolved to describe this new shopping area. Immediately surrounding the retail core, new residential developments, primarily mid- to upscale- rowhouses, are helping to revitalize this neighborhood. In addition to the Irish, the area along Dundas past Keele was and is still known as "Little Malta" with several Maltese-Canadian businesses. The Maltese-Canadian community has partly moved out to the suburbs, but still has a visible presence in this area. Many Macedonian immigrants also ended up in the area, following the meat industry. As a consequence of the location of abattoirs and other industries that produced volumes of toxic waste, the residents of the neighborhood are highly concerned about pollution issues, and the city of Toronto has put significant efforts into cleaning up former industrial sites.
Celina's Coffee Cup Project: Cup #54. Location: Main and Danforth Canadian Tire, East Toronto. Date taken: June 11 2007
Celina's Coffee Cup Project: Cup #54. Location: Main and Danforth Canadian Tire, East Toronto. Date taken: June 11 2007
I was at the local Canadian Tire (or as my Dad calls it, "Ukrainian Tire," or as my Mum calls it, "Canucky Tire"), heading in to buy myself an oscillating fan because my air conditioner died, and my room was hovering in the 22-24 degree range (celsius). You see, I live in a studio apartment. A studio apartment where the rooms were built after everything else, including the installation of an air conditioner. As there was an air conditioner, no window was included in my room. Not only does said room accumulate heat due to being in the middle of the apartment, but there is absolutely no fresh air flow, making that room no longer up to code and liveable by human beings (unless I care to give my roommates a live, nude show). Thankfully, the air conditioner was ripped out on June 15th, and I now have a large hole in the wall, until I get a proper window in a few days. A hole that gives me fresh air and natural light! Awesome. Anyway, that was quite off topic. Behold, a coffee cup in a shopping cart prison!

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