The video, captured by Toronto tattoo artist Xris Kukiel and posted initially to Facebook, is both a cathartic and stressful watch, as good samaritans stop their nervous giggling and shout "noo" with as much drama as they can muster when the bus makes contact.
At a public meeting Tuesday evening, the Vancouver-based owner of the Honest Ed's site revealed their preliminary concept for the Mirvish Village Public Market and surrounding buildings.
According to a press release issued this morning, police received information three days after releasing images of the tunnel that allowed them to identify and interview two men. The pair told detectives they built the tunnel for "personal reasons."
CP24 is quoting a police officer who says the tunnel was "a man cave."
Factories making everything from aluminium auto parts and home appliance parts to chocolate bars lined the streets close to the Canadian Pacific rail tracks with brick homes and crowd-filled playgrounds a short walk away.
Today, the neighbourhood is undergoing rapid gentrification. The remaining industrial sites are being converted into residential units and homes on Wallace, Perth, Symington, and Campbell avenues are selling for seven-figures.
This is what the Junction Triangle used to look like.