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Sign of Spring #6: Road crews are back on Roncey

Sign of Spring #6: Road crews are back on Roncey
Raunchy Roncey (Image: Danielle Scott)

It just wouldn’t be spring in Toronto without that most sacred of rituals: the resumption of interminable city construction projects. The putative beautification of Roncesvalles Avenue was to have been completed by late last year, but in time-honoured fashion, the final phase has been pushed back to July. We’re wondering what happens come September if when the road crews start bumping into eastern European revelers at Polish Festival time.

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