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Spacing Buttons

It might be too late to buy them as a stocking stuffer, but Toronto transit buttons are now available courtesy of our friends at Spacing Magazine. The tough part is figuring out which ones to get.

A complete set of 59 seems like more than I'd know what to do with, but maybe the University-Spadina line priced at $7 for 10 might do the trick. From what I've seen, I think I like the Dundas, Warden and Osgoode buttons the best. If the TTC or better yet the city of Toronto were smart, they'd partner with Spacing to sell these themselves or at the very least put a link to them from their web site.


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