Seven years ago my travels took me east to the Maritimes, specifically New Brunswick, and one of the places I ended up while there was a country fair in Gagetown - the sort, I imagine, you can find across rural North America. I know that beer isn't delivered by horse-drawn carriage anymore outside of special occasions, but really, how often would you see something like this in the Greater Toronto Area or the Lower Mainland? Aside from riots or demonstrations that bring out the mounted police, how often do you see horses in cities, period?
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