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Capture the Hog: Chalk Outlines

For no particular reason, I was on Yonge St late last night and along the way finally had a chance to see the makeshift memorial to Jane Creba at Gould & Yonge.

Toronto's most prolific sidewalk artist was also stopping in to add his sentiments. When a passerby stopped to give kudos, he could only sigh and reply that he was hardly happy to be there working on such a piece.

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