Sometimes the city changes so fast that it's difficult to recognize it once you've been away for a while--something that I was reminded of those times I came back to Toronto while still living in New Westminster. Before going out west, I'd lived at Queen and Dufferin; at the tail end of my time there it was an area in flux, with new condominiums going up and the Dufferin Jog elimination project thoroughly underway. When I came back in 2011, construction was complete and Dufferin Street was continuous all the way north. That change is still ongoing--the mini-mall photographed here has since been torn down, replaced by a construction pit that will, presumably, by filled by another condo.
So it goes.
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