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Should some Toronto restaurants ban children?

What would you say to a ban on children in Toronto restaurants? It would probably be a PR disaster for a restaurant to come right out and say that it was banning children, but I can also imagine that this would be a very attractive rule for many Toronto diners who simply don't want to have to deal with kids crying, whining, and dumping food on the floor.

We sent the question out to our Twitter followers. Here's a little sample of the responses. Weigh in with your thoughts in the comments. Would it make sense to ban those under a certain age after a certain time?











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