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October 21, 2007



Were those toronto condos in or near St Jamestown? Cus it sort of sounds like it and if so, I don't think that's particularly representative. The schools there at least are really terrible.


Condos in general are perfectly expensive in Toronto to my understanding.


I think it was closer in -- on a cross street to King, if I remember correctly. In any case, that's a good point. No doubt the stats in that NY Times story I linked to are more representative.

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