Thursday, October 22, 2009
3077 Dundas St West progress seems to near the takedown of the Handyman sign
Scaffolding has appeared around the old handy man shop located on the corner of Dundas and Quebec. As it surrounds the front facade, it may indicate a reworking of the front of the store. Two people have told the blog that there are some architectural elements under the sign.
The handy man was operated by two gentleman for a long time in the Junction. It's 1st location ewas the building where High Park Appliances is located now.
The sales agent of Grey & Bruce was Alfred S. Rogers, a Toronto entrepreneur, who owned a number of companies, among them a fuel supply...
All text the group, BRAND NEW EVENT ON THE QUEENSWAY CELEBRATES THE GREAT CANADIAN BUTTER TART WITH AN OUTDOOR FAMILY-FRIENDLY COMM...
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