These past few days have all-too-well illustrated that the Indian meaning for 'Toronto' must have been 'You can't get there from here'.
On the weekend, the Gardiner was closed. Traffic crawled all the more slowly than usual along city streets. Instead of the City re-jigging traffic signals at the bottom of the DVP in light of closure, vehicles forced to exit on Lakeshore were allowed into our fair city about 3-4 for each traffic light sequence.
Toronto sure likes to give visitors the big middle finger on both hands. It's hardly surprising that no-one sypathizes with our city's financial problems. They can surely see that these are of own making.
[Streetcars did their short-turning and bunching tricks - not news but I thought I'd mention it.]