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Liberty Village to stop smelling like fresh-baked bread by 2013

Liberty Village to stop smelling like fresh-baked bread by 2013
Trucks load up at Canada Bread’s Fraser-Street plant in Liberty Village (Photo by Google)

Canada Bread, the company that pumps out Dempster’s baked products, will be closing three of its plants in the GTA over the next three years, including the massive bakery located incongruously among Liberty Village’s art and design firms. Production at the Toronto locations is shifting to a new $100-million state-of-the-art factory—expected to be the largest bakery in the country—located in an as-yet undecided southwestern Ontario location. The decision will affect 435 employees, who will be given the opportunity to move to the new location or work at 13 plants remaining in the city. As for filling the void left by the soon-to-be-emptied Liberty Village plant, we have a radical suggestion: condos.

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