Twitter Fare Hike TTC

Twitter reaction to the proposed TTC fare increase

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proposed TTC fare increase has certainly got Torontonians talking...er, venting. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the reaction on Twitter has been particularly animated. And because we like to hear what people have to say but don't like sticking microphones in people's faces or freezing our asses off in the cold, we asked the following question of our followers earlier today: Here's a representative selection of the responses we received. Twitterland ain't so happy, to say the least.

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Thanks for participating to all who replied to us!


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