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The Honest Ed's Redevelopment Back Story

Soon Toronto's Honest Ed's discount funhouse emporium will be closing to make way for a mixed-use residential/retail development project. How do such deals and projects come to be? Find out with an illustrated talk by Max Allen, producer (CBC Radio's IDEAS), curator (Textile Museum of Canada) and VP for planning and development of the Grange Community Association. Free admission and a complimentary coffee. Plus, enjoy spirited conversation over $5 wine and beer from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. This discussion is part of a series of programs about ideas organized by Grounds For Thought - a regular discussion night held twice a month at the Green Beanery cafe-roastery on the corner of Bathurst and Bloor Streets.


The Honest Ed's Redevelopment Back Story

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