Images From The City

Images From the City: Practice Physical Distancing

After a day where Toronto confirmed 457 cases of COVID-19, you would think everyone would be getting the importance of not gathering closely in groups, but it's not sinking in. Playgrounds across Toronto now have signs reminding everyone to keep their distance from each other, but people are still congregating and chatting at neighbourhood parks. It's really hard to be isolated, especially during such a scary time... but we have to do better. Stay home, stay apart... and with hope soon we can play and work safely again.

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Images From The City | Runnymede Theatre Shoppers Drug Mart

When Shoppers moved into the historic Runnymede Theatre last year after Indigo vacated, I was disappointed because I had so many nice memories of seeing movies at the Runny and I was more okay with it being reincarnated as a bookstore than a drugstore. It is clear the owner of this Shoppers felt pressure to do the space justice. The fact that it used to be a movie theatre (built in 1927) is even more showcased now. I like the montage of vintage photos projected on the screen while you shop. On Bloor at Runnymede, on the south side.

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