“TCHC … are ‘Dark Labyrinths’ in which people feel unsafe.” – Toronto Mayor John Tory

CBC Metro Morning
Friday September 25, 2015
Toronto’s Future

“Yesterday’s Big City Mayors’ Caucus focused on issues that Canadian mayors would like to see addressed in the upcoming federal election. This morning Matt Galloway spoke with Toronto’s mayor, John Tory.”


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“A maze ing …. Pedestrian maze by Bourgie Hall, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal” – 2yens

A #maze ing …. Pedestrian maze by #museedesbeauxarts Bourgie Hall #Montreal

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While exploring Montréal, my Sister-in-Law Instagrammed this wonderful example of Giant Outstallation Art.

Due to time constraints, my Brother and his Wife weren’t able to walk it.

Almost makes me want to hop onto ViaRail to visit Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal just to experience it…

OR

I just find a street here in Toronto, make one, and save everyone the trip.

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“Iron Labyrinth #bridges #toronto” – Rahul Agarwal, Wilket Creek Park

Iron Labyrinth #bridges #toronto

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Walking by my Grange Park Labyrinth in Downtown Toronto…

Walking by my Grange Park Labyrinth in Downtown Toronto - twitter-com-LabyrinthsDOTca-status-644267465871130624

I chalked out “GRANGE PARK LABYRINTH”.

Tweeted the above.

Then continued with my day.

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“If you take a wrong turn you may run into The Minotaur that stalks the halls.” – Pizza Receipt

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“We reside within the Labyrinthine basement of The Hospital ; Beneath the Women’s Building. The Stork upon the ceiling should lead you safely to our location. If you take a wrong turn you may run into The Minotaur that stalks the halls. But do not fret. The Beast has a weakness to fire. It may also be lulled to sleep if one were to play Safety Dance on a Pan Flute crafted from the finest oak. Good Luck, Traveler.”

Pizza Delivery Receipt found on Imgur was Reddited then wound up on Boing Boing.

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A Joke about Labyrinths. . .

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“A Joke about Labyrinths would be A Maze Zing.”

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“@LabyrinthsDOTca walked your Labyrinth on Bloor earlier today: thanks!” – Sikander Iqbal

Labyrinth on Bloor // #OpenStreetsTO #Toronto #Toronto_insta

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“There were multiple labyrinths created by @HiMYSYeD” – @kiwinerd

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“A HiMYSYeD special Labyrinth at OpenStreetsTO” – Walk Toronto

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“Wow?! More like the MEAN-otaur!” – @Jeffwni

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“Handmade labyrinth in Grange Park – humble, a bit cramped but works” – Scarberienne (@bintagirl)

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“The Toronto wading pool design. Unsung. Concave concrete. One-third ellipse. Circle the drain. Christie Pits.” – Shawn Micallef

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“I found this labyrinth in Toronto shows you can get art anywhere!” – Gorgeous Gorse Hill (@gorse_hill)

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“Another awesome Labyrinth by Himy Syed! Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market Toronto” – Yvonne Bambrick

Another awesome #Labyrinth by #HimySyed! #PedestrianSunday in #KensingtonMarket #Toronto

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“Do you know what to do with Labyrinths? My dear friend asks…” — Alyssa | Toronto and Beyond

[Matt] "Do you know what to do with #labyrinths?" my dear friend asks. "Ya, of course," I respond, "make your way through the maze as fast as you can." "That's what I used to think too, but it's actually the opposite. You need to first ask yourself a question before you start. Then you think about the answer to that question as you make your way through; carefully, thoughtfully, patiently." We walk through the labyrinth together carefully, talking about life thoughtfully, and appreciating our surroundings patiently. As we reach the middle, I thank him for his wisdom and friendship and am excited to hear what his question was. "So, what did you ask yourself?" "Oh…I don't even remember anymore. But that was fun, eh?" #friendship #riverdalepark #toronto

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[Matt] “Do you know what to do with #Labyrinths?” my dear friend asks.

“Ya, of course,” I respond, “make your way through the maze as fast as you can.”

“That’s what I used to think too, but it’s actually the opposite. You need to first ask yourself a question before you start. Then you think about the answer to that question as you make your way through; carefully, thoughtfully, patiently.”

We walk through the labyrinth together carefully, talking about life thoughtfully, and appreciating our surroundings patiently.

As we reach the middle, I thank him for his wisdom and friendship and am excited to hear what his question was.

“So, what did you ask yourself?”

“Oh…I don’t even remember anymore. But that was fun, eh?”

Alyssa | Toronto and Beyond

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