Nefarious Harbourfront Gulls

Slice of Life in TO - The Nefarious Harbour Gulls

Certain by-laws just don't seem to hold all that much weight until you're facing the consequences of them. Case in point, don't feed the birds signs are littered throughout the city (though recently taken down at city hall for fear of sounding too hostile), yet tourists and residents alike continually ignore them.

There's many compelling reasons not to feed those gulls, and today I'll present you with one more that demonstrates classic gull tactics in the first chapter of a larger feature here at blogTO, The Nefarious Harbourfront Gulls.

Nefarious Harboufront Gulls

Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Doug Ford says there's no reason for Ontario to mandate paid sick days

Metrolinx says it has installed more than 75 per cent of the Crosstown LRT tracks

Toronto police laid 41 charges for large social gatherings over the weekend

Here are the rules for wearing face masks inside condo buildings in Toronto

Demolition begins on Toronto heritage buildings despite residents begging for it to stop

Cell phone data reveals people in Toronto finally started staying home more in January

Toronto business owners ask Ford to prohibit big box stores from selling non-essential items

Doug Ford's office denies rumours that he was at his cottage this weekend