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Surprising Australian suburbs where property prices are skyrocketing

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The latest figures from RP Data show that median house prices within certain suburbs have risen by almost 45 per cent in the three months to February.
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Australia’s boom suburbs: The surprise locations where property prices have jumped by 40 per cent in just THREE MONTHS

 

By LILLIAN RADULOVA

PUBLISHED: 05:45 GMT, 17 May 2014


 

 

Unlike many places around the world the Australian housing market is soaring. Although the housing market in the Australian cities has gradually increased, in rural Australia there is a huge surge in prices. Rural Australia is booming with median house prices jumping by almost a third in less than three months. The best-performing suburbs are located well outside the CBD. Hay in rural NSW topped the list with a 34.7% median increase to $128,000 “The latest figures from RP Data show median house prices within certain suburbs has risen by almost a third in the three months to February.” According to this article: “Australia’s best performing area was the New South Wales town of Hay, which recorded a staggering 34.7 per cent increase in property prices - despite being located 591 kilometres from Sydney's CBD.”

 

Even the the median of the area is a mere $128,000 it is no surprise that numerous people are moving into theses areas. Location wise “it was the South Australian suburb Stepney that won second place on the performance list and did best overall, with a 28.5 per cent increase in value over the quarter year and a whopping 37.9 per cent increase over the year.” The most interesting statement that this article makes is that: “The suburb, only three kilometres from the CBD, has a median house price of $710,000 and is considered popular amongst younger generations”- Andrew Welch of LJ Hooker Kensington. This is interesting because conceptually the idea of the American Dream is not as prevalent in many of the younger generations as compared to the now, retiring baby boomers. Yet another location in Australia with booming prices is Hughenden by the Flinders River, took Queensland's top spot despite sitting at a 1158 kilometre distance from the CBD, increased by 26 per cent in only  three months to a median house price of a tiny $152,500.

 

 

 

How this pertains to our unit….

 

In our most recent Geography unit we have learned that the “American Dream” of living in the suburbs is diminishing in many places, this however, is not the case in Australia. The booming neighbourhood is more than 450KM to the CBD in Sydney yet there is a high demand to move there. As recently discussed in our geography unit the trend seems to be that people are moving out of the suburbs back into the city due to the increased gas prices although in Australia the opposite it seems to be occurring. With the increased cost of living in the city, moving out is still an affordable alternative. As we learned there is a surge of people moving to the cities from the country, I believe that many Australians have noticed this international pattern and have moved to the “Burbs” to seek out more space and the pleasure of having a community other than the constant “city rave”. My personal antidote of insight is that 85% of the people who live in Australia live within 50km of the coast making the “suburban” experience much different than the preconceived idea of what a traditional suburb is. In conclusion there is a high demand for suburban living in Australia resulting in the prices increasing substantially. 


1: http://www.abs.gov.au/Ausstats/abs@.nsf/Previousproducts/1301.0Feature%20Article32004



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New Outlet Collection at Niagara sends a clear message - The Buffalo News

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NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. – Canada fired the first shot in the battle of the outlet malls Thursday, cutting the ribbon on its giant open-air mall here.The Outlet Collection at Niagara was filled with thousands of eager shoppers looking for the kinds of bargains and designer brands t... - The Buffalo News
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“New Outlet Collection at Niagara sends a clear message”

 

By Samantha Maziarz Christmann 

 

May 15th, 2014

 

Context(not in article): I have been an advocate for materialistic competition yet Canadians need to pay a premium with nearly everything from coffee to cars

 

Canada started a large outlet mall in the Niagara to compete with their American competition. America still has much of an advantage, the only thing holding back Canadians is the exchange rate. When this open mall first opened: “This being said America still has much of an advantage, the only thing holding back Canadians is the Exchange rate”. When the mall first opened there were ground breaking deals causing shoppers to get designer attire such as coach purchases at deep discount. The mall cost 162 million to build and consists of 94 retailers, of which 8 more are currently being added. At the end of the day Canadian’s can never compare to the American prices as this article points out: “She cited a pair of UGG boots marked down from $198 to $159 at the Canadian Outlet. A great price for Canada, but she got the same pair on clearance at the U.S. Saks outlet for $50 in February (and currently selling for $102).” and they go on to say “ Even with a sinking Canadian dollar worth just 92 cents American, that’s quite a deal.”and furthermore to state: “And that’s not to mention Canada’s harmonized tax rate of 13 percent, much higher than Niagara County’s 8 percent.”

Uggs is a branded example, meaning the sales wont be as extreme, seeing that like Apple products the price of Uggs are standardized regardless of where you are. “Target over there, I love it. Target over here, forget it,” she said. “It doesn’t have the same variety or the pricing.” “With no shock in the Niagara region’s economy has struggled, currently limping along at a 9.2 percent unemployment rate, the second-highest in Canada. The main contributor of this being that they lose almost $1 billion in cross-border spending to Western New York hasn’t helped. On the contrary, Michelle A. Blackley, spokeswoman for Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp., said, “We offer such a different experience here, we’re confident we’re still going to get that cross-border traffic.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

How this pertains to our unit…

 

I have always been an advocate for market competition which the Canadian markets lack severely. The main reason for this being that the government spends their money inefficiently resulting in them needing copious amounts of it. They get these excessive amounts of money through taxes, lots and lots of numerous and ridiculous taxes. When you go to buy an item from a store it has been taxed severely to get to the store’s shelf from an external country(the reason why it was made in another country is because our minimum wage is at 10.25(communist)). In addition to this the sales tax is ridiculously high at a staggering 13% in Ontario. Lastly when you pay for this item you are paying with your income which has been taxed up to 46.4%, a staggeringly high communist rate. It is this lack of demand in Canadian markets which drives our prices extremely high. Given that many Canadian’s are “Skinned Alive financially” it is no wonder that they save every penny they can by outsourcing to the states to buy their goods. When they go back from their one day excursion they may not claim all of their goods and why do the Canadian border guards not care? because the probably do the same thing themselves.

 
I believe in given this new outlet mall Canada is still at a disadvantage for all of the following reasons. We have to pay higher tariffs and duties. Our economy to scale due to wide geographic location. Our cooperate tax may be lower however the individual tax is higher; cooperate pricing, an item made in Canada is still cheaper (the majority of the time) to buy in the States, there are numerous examples such as “roots sweat pants” which are 52$ in the States and 68$ over here. Yet another reason for us paying higher prices are because of head office pricing, Canadian MSRP as suppose to the State’s MSRP. We also have limited choices, bricks and borders retailing. In Canada the selection we have is sub-par for a first world country. Go to amazon.ca vs amazon.com for a generic idea as to what is happening. Canadians are simply at a pricing anomaly.

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Population 7 Billion - Pictures, More From National Geographic magazine

Population 7 Billion - Pictures, More From National Geographic magazine | Parody Map of Toronto Public Transportation | Scoop.it
By 2045 global population is projected to reach nine billion. Can the planet take the strain?
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7 Billion

Published: January 2011

By Robert Kunzig


 

If all of the world’s 7 billion people consumed as much as an average American, it would take the resources of over five Earths to sustainably support all of them. On average, each American uses nearly 20 acres of biologically productive land and water (bio-capacity) per year. The problem with this population growth is that the major population growth is amongst the first world countries. This also dilutes many culture doe to immigration, these poor countries go to other countries in hope for a better life only to dilute the native countries culture. A prominent example is the Turks in Germany whom are frowned upon, or the Mexicans (most presently) in souther American states such as Texas. This is an unsustainable model. 7 Billion as a large number and a hard number to sustain. The population is slowing but far from over. Seeing that : “so many women across the world are now in their childbearing years—1.8 billion—that the global population will keep growing for another few decades at least” The UN project by 2045 the population will reach 9 billion. Population is still growing 8 million per year “it is hard not to be alarmed”. “Right now on Earth, water tables are falling, soil is eroding, glaciers are melting, and fish stocks are vanishing.” thus making it harder and harder to sustain the growing population 

If this keeps continuing we are doomed “close to a billion people go hungry each day. Decades from now, there will likely be two billion more mouths to feed, mostly in poor countries.” There are numerous claims from ancient history of people stating that by now the world would be “over-crowded” “Today in developed countries, an average of 2.1 births per woman would maintain a steady population; in the developing world, “replacement fertility” is somewhat higher. In the time it takes for the birthrate to settle into that new balance with the death rate, population explodes.” “At this moment, much as I want to say there’s still a problem of high fertility rates, it’s only about 16 percent of the world population, mostly in Africa,” India and Africa are amongst the worst countries for extreme population growth. “The bad news is that 2030 is two decades away and that the largest generation of adolescents in history will then be entering their childbearing years.” ‘Have fewer children!’ ” Le Bras says. Seven billion of us soon, nine billion in 2045. Let’s hope that Malthus was right about our ingenuity.

 

 

How this relates our unit.

In our population and migration unit we focus on the unsustainable our current population is, especially seeing that it is growing exponentially. 

Key Facts about this article 

-> Although the pollution is not growing as much as it once had (post WW2 and eco baby boom) it is still growing substantially, particularly in the country of Indian and the continent of Africa. Now more than ever more and more people reside in cities as suppose to farms thus making monsanto important to maximize efficiency. We need this efficiency to feed our planet. As the article mentions “there is enough space for us all” we just to maximize our efficiency to properly maintain our raising levels of population. We also learned that the average person is living longer thus making the population not decreasing. Based on the population models of the world and the aging population, the population will decline when the baby boomers slowly disease.  As we learned developing countries are the ones with the highest birth rates. This is due to two main reasons, those being their inadequate level of education & their access to birth control.

Now more than ever before the population increasing. As we learned a main factor for this is that there are currently no large scale wars; in addition to this our overall health is better than it has ever been before.These large population booms are devastating seeing that most of these babies are being born into “third world” countries with inadequate living conditions. In our world 13% of the population do not have drinking water and 38% of the population lack adequate sanitation. As we learned long term transportation solutions are extremely important, particularly in mega cities. We need these long term transportation methods to maximize efficiency and better air quality . In terms of long term wealth we are currently living an unsustainable model. How do we still have growth in our economy if the population maintains? These sub-suharan African countries face our biggest threat, countries like Nigeria who's projected growth to 92,000,000 by 2100 as suppose to 2013’s level of a mere 17,000,000. Over 7 billion of us are consuming about 50% more resources than Earth is producing. If everyone lived like american’s we would need 5 Earth’s, this model far surpasses the Earth’s carrying capacity.




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Toronto Map Parody True?

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http://globalnews.ca/news/906167/parody-maps-rename-torontos-neighbourhoods-ttc-stations/

 

Parody maps rename Toronto’s neighbourhoods, TTC stations

 

 

This map consists of people renaming the TTC “Ride the Rocket” map names with people’s projected stereotypes and  personae of specific places throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The map was first posted on Reddit last Tuesday and since then has gone viral especially amounts Torontonians. Many though find this map to be offensive, as example, the LRT stations East of Main are all titled “Dead” which is offensive to those who are less fortunate or chose to live in Scarborough.  

In this article the author associates the less fortunate with names which many may find to me offensive such as “rich and poor at the same time”. I do however find many of the depictions to be fairly accurate. I for one know Toronto (especially downtown) like the back of my hand, because I bike everywhere rather than taking the subway, so I often see and embrace different neighborhoods in Toronto. This map primarily works on the majority profiles of certain locations in Toronto, such as the Hipster Mecca.  The way the map describes Queen Street is generally true because new culture flourishes in that area. Most people who live, shop and hang around the Queen Street area are generally considered to be Hipsters.

I feel that the article is not something to be take seriously as truth but  parody of reality. It was created for a quick laugh and I do not feel as if its maker went out of his/her way to hurt people’s feelings. I feel that the better someone knows Toronto the more funny they will find it to be. Many people of my demographic category at Saint George’s may not be able to relate because of their lack of knowledge of Toronto, thus making it less humorous for them. This article relates to our most recent “mapping unit” in many different ways. This map relates greatly to what I am doing in Human Geography in unit one. In this unit we learning many different mapping techniques such as the “road map” used in this article. A road map shows major and some minor highways, airports, etc... and generally help people get from A to B. People use these maps for direction; primarily for driving directions. The news article was posted in the Toronto Globe on October 13, 2013 by James Armstrong. The creator of the replica TTC map is by Reddit user ‘TXTCLA55”who posted this historical map on October 15th, 2013 and since it has gone viral amongst Canadians. 


The second picture of this Parody can be found on the link provided, in this picture you will find that all the different Subway Stops have been renamed. 

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Organic Farming Is Not Sustainable

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In The Wall Street Journal, Henry Miller writes that more labor with lower yields is a luxury only rich populations can afford.
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Organic Farming Is Not SustainableMore labor with lower yields is a luxury only rich populations can afford.

By: HENRY I. MILLER

May 15, 2014 6:49 p.m. ET


“One prevalent myth is that organic agriculture does not employ pesticides. Organic farming does use insecticides and fungicides to prevent predation of its crops. More than 20 chemicals (mostly containing copper and sulfur) are commonly used in the growing and processing of organic crops and are acceptable under U.S. organic rules. They include nicotine sulphate, which is extremely toxic to warm-blooded animals, and rotenone, which is moderately toxic to most mammals but so toxic to fish that it’s widely used for the mass poisoning of unwanted fish populations during restocking projects.”

 

In many supermarkets nation wide the organic section is growing. From coffee to meat many companies are pushing for a “more sustainable” way to feed the planet. The Worldwatch Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based environmental group goes as far to suggest that organic farming "has the potential to contribute to sustainable food security by improving nutrition intake and sustaining livelihoods in rural areas, while simultaneously reducing vulnerability to climate change and enhancing biodiversity.” Multiple studies would suggest otherwise. A study by the Institute for Water Research at Ben-Gurion University in Israel found that:"intensive organic agriculture relying on solid organic matter, such as composted manure that is implemented in the soil prior to planting as the sole fertilizer, resulted in significant down-leaching of nitrate” into ground water. Many of the worlds most fertile farming have experienced drought making increased nitrate a “hallmark of sustainability”. Even more prominently the use of compost in our soil creates more greenhouse gasses like methane and nitrous oxide. Compost may also deposit pathogenic bacteria which goes into the organic food which we eat to cause food poisoning. 

 

The most illogical effects of organic farming are the exclusion of GMO’s. In our agriculture unit in learned to say “no to monsanto” although this article would suggest otherwise. There are many benefits and negatives repercussions to each farming method. Given our growing population we need to maximize food we maximize our food by enhancing our crops by genetically modifying them although many environmentalists think again process. In spite of numerous claims that GMO's hurt us there is no conclusive evidence to GMO's negatively impacting humans. There is no conclusive evidence that GMO’s have a consequence. In agriculture the year old that organic farming has offer is subpar. If we resort to these “original farming methods” we may as well go back to the stone ages. There is a reason why all of my school’s classroom’s are equipped with a SmartBoard, that being because the advancements in technology benefit our society wether it be in the classroom or growing crops. In my AP geography course we've established that our population is unsustainable, that being under the presumption that we are using original farming methods whereas if we were to resort to GMO's we can have the population still increasing; stimulating our economy. As a Monsanto enthusiast I am frowned upon by my fellow RSGC pupils, little do they realize that we are all in the top 1% of income. The average income in Canada/US around the sum 50,000 CDN dollars and for an average person to make the switch to organic would result in a severe lifestyle change for the worse. They would need to allocate much of their money to their food, resulting in much of their money not going into other services. Then there are those who say the government should subsidize organic foods, I also believe this to be unfair. I know many people at my school but think I'm very right wing although they are not the ones paying 30 grand a year to go to school, a fine college which is not subsidized by the government in the least other than a mere tax cut. For those who are in the average income bracket in Canada/states the difference between organic or GMO food may be the difference of taking public transport to work as suppose to driving whereas for a developing nation it may be the difference between starvation and surviving.

 

 

Things to keep in mind about GMO’s often associated with Monsanto

Our population is 7.3 billion and growing substantially. High demands for protein, protein needs more grain, grain efficiency leads to more, cheaper and better protein. One pound of protein requires 2-8 pounds of grain consumption depending on the animals 2 pounds for chicken, 4 bounds for pork and 8 pounds for beef. These demands for protein ultimately tax the farmer. Ethanol made from plants, we need to maximize yield per acre. Rather than going back to the stone ages having more people growing their own food. Monsanto allows farmers to maximize yield per acre, resulting in them making lots of MONEY. US is by far the most productive in terms of farming in the world. There is on average 166-172 bushels of corn per acre and reach up to 300 bushels per acre as suppose to China who is yet to yield 100 Bushels per acre. Do we really want to end up like polluted China?

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B.C. residents embrace both Dalai Lama and Pope Francis: Poll 1 | Vancouver Sun

B.C. residents embrace both Dalai Lama and Pope Francis: Poll 1 | Vancouver Sun | Parody Map of Toronto Public Transportation | Scoop.it
Jesus and Buddha have high approval ratings among British Columbians. The founders of Christianity and Buddhism both receive strongly favourable rankings in B.C. and Metro Vancouver, according to an Easter poll conducted for The Vancouver Sun.
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B.C. residents embrace both Dalai Lama and Pope Francis: Poll 1

Author: Douglas Todd

April 18, 2014


According to this article “the founders of Christianity and Buddhism both receive strongly favourable rankings in B.C., according to a Vancouver Sun Poll, as well as Pope Francis and the Dalai Lama. This is the first of a three-part Easter series on religion and morality in B.C.” Jesus and Buddha alike have “high approval ratings” among the citizens of British Colombia. In turn “Two of the best-known living leaders in Christianity and Buddhism — Pope Francis and the Dalai Lama — also win top approval ratings from B.C. residents.” This past Easter, there was an online poll which 815 B.C. residents to part in. Of these residents three quarters of them believed that both Jesus Christ and Buddha “had a positive influence on mankind.” 

 

The Dalai Lama has visited Vancouver three times: “received virtually the same approval ratings as the head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, Pope Francis.” Both  performances of the Pope, and the Dalai Lama were “approved” by 55% of British Colombians. The article then goes on to mention that: “Only five per cent “disapproved” of the Dalai Lama and 11 per cent were critical of the pope. The rest had no opinion.” It is no surprise that the results show this type of approval; seeing that Metro Vancouver is the most Asian major city outside Asia. A recent survey show that 43 percent of metro residents have an Asian ethnic background. Sixty-one per cent of British Columbians say they “believe” in karma. Belief in karma, oddly enough, is even higher among Christians, at 65 per cent. “Mario Canseco, who conducted the poll for Insights West, said the Dalai Lama scored well in Metro Vancouver, despite 20 per cent of the Metro population being ethnic Chinese. This all being said the poll does not indicate whether B.C. residents believe in the formal Buddhist teaching about karma, which stipulates a person’s moral behaviour determines how she or he will be reincarnated (as either a human, insect or something else), or whether a person can break free from the cycle of reincarnation by reaching nirvana. “The reason as to why many believe in Karma is because it is just another variation on the Golden Rule” said Canseco. (The rule, linked to Christianity, teaches people to treat others they way they would like to be treated.) All this being said “Thirty-three per cent of the British Colubians say they believe that people who die are reborn in another form on Earth. Curiously, 35 per cent of B.C. Christians also believe in reincarnation, though it’s not part of official doctrine.” A large portion of this is because there are more than 100,000 Chinese Christians in B.C. and that may affect the numbers on reincarnation.

 

Interestingly enough “Even though Sikhism is the second largest religion in B.C. after Christianity, only 22 per cent of British Columbians said they have “positive” views about Guru Nanak, one of its founders. Six per cent of British Columbians had negative views of Guru Nanak. That said, the strong majority of B.C. residents either did not know who he was or expressed no opinion.” In addition to this “Most British Columbians, in contrast, know that Mohammed is the founder of Islam. But only 42 per cent expressed a positive view of him, while 21 per cent were negative, which was the strongest disapproval rating of any major religious figure.” 

A statistic which I presume is very skewed based on the people they asked is “One is the large number of people engaging in meditation, which is a central aspect of Hinduism and Buddhism. Virtually half of all British Columbians (48 per cent) engage in meditation.” Seeing that: “B.C. has one of the highest rates of atheists and agnostics in North America (one out of four people) even 39 per cent of atheists and agnostics said they meditate.” Lastly, despite the  skepticism about Sikhism and Islam among some B.C. residents, the enthusiastic acceptance of Buddha, the Dalai Lama, the concept of karma and the practice of meditation indicate that Asian-influenced spirituality is becoming thoroughly embedded in Canadian West Coast culture.

 

How this relates to our unit.

In our culture unit we dove into Buddhism, a faith which is able to embed/merge itself into many religions. At a fundamental level all religions have the same morals as explained in this article. This articles shows that even though there are many more Christians than Buddhists the Buddhist community receives lots of support from their fellow counterparts such as Sikhs and Christians. As we learned Buddhist’s do not advertise their religion unless sought to by others. In addition to this we also learned that Buddhists (given the perimeters of their religion) have the ability to embrace other religions such as Catholicism which is why the Pope has a good rapport among Buddhist Vancouverites. Buddhism is a religion in which can be related among people even if they themselves are not Buddhist. Vancouver, being situated on the Pacific, coast gets lots of influence from Buddhist-Asia although even with Asian influence, Christianity is still the most common and Buddhism has a risen to the top of the most liked of all religions. I believe this to be the case because Buddhism focuses on a way of life in which many religions promote, for example compassion.  Compassion is a theme most religions want everyone to embrace.




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Parody maps rename Toronto’s neighbourhoods, TTC stations

Parody maps rename Toronto’s neighbourhoods, TTC stations | Parody Map of Toronto Public Transportation | Scoop.it
Commuter Hell, Suits & Ties, Evil ‘LRT’ Here, and Times Square Wannabe are just some of the crude attempts at renaming TTC stations.
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Author: James Armstrong

Posted: October 16, 2013


This map is a parody of the original TTC “Ride the Rocket” map names with people’s projected stereotypes and personae of specific places throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The map was first posted on Reddit last Tuesday and has since then gone viral especially amongst Torontonians. Many find this “new” map to be offensive, for example, the LRT stations East of Kennedy are all titled “Dead” which is offensive to those who live in Scarborough.

  

In this article the author associates the less fortunate with names which many may find offensive such as “needle exchange” for Queen and Parliament. I do find many of the depictions to be fairly accurate. I for one know Toronto (especially downtown) because I bike everywhere rather than taking the subway, so I often see and embrace different neighbourhoods in Toronto. This map primarily works on the major profiles of certain locations in Toronto, such as the Hipster Mecca, which is formally known as Kensington Market.  The way the map describes this area is generally true because new culture flourishes in that area. Most people who live, shop and hang around the Kensington Market area are generally considered to be Hipsters. The map is only current for so long because live in neighbourhoods in Toronto are constantly changing. 

 

I feel that the article is not something to be take seriously as truth but a parody of reality. This map may be relevant to those living in the city as it was created for a quick laugh and I do not feel as if its maker went out of his/her way to hurt insult any particular ethnic or socio economic group. Many people of my demographic category at Royal Saint George’s may not be able to relate because of their homogenous backgrounds, thus making it less humorous for them. 

This article relates to our most recent “mapping unit” in a variety of ways. In this unit we learned many different mapping techniques such as the “road map” used in this article. A road map shows major and some minor highways, airports, mental maps, etc... and generally help people get from A to B. People use these maps for direction. The news article was posted in the Toronto Globe on October 13, 2013 by James Armstrong. The creator of the replica TTC map is by Reddit user ‘TXTCLA55” posted this historical map on October 15th, 2013 and since it has gone viral amongst Canadians. In conclusion, this map is meant for a quick comedic glance and will soon be irrelevant seeing that Toronto is constantly changing. 


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