Hogtown


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Hogtown

(ˈhɒɡˌtaʊn)
n
(Placename) Canadian a slang name for Toronto
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Canadians should take notice, for the causes of the city's fractured politics are not limited to Hogtown, and their effects may have repercussions far beyond city limits.
Invitation to Bid: Restoration of the hogtown creek greenway phase 1b boardwalk
Some of that ground, of course, has already been traversed in other books, notably in Michael McKinnie's City Stages: Theatre and Urban Space in a Global City (2007), in Neil Carson's Harlequin in Hogtown (1995), and in Filewod's Collective Encounters: Documentary Theatre in English Canada (1987).
Remediation activities to date on the area of the property for which Beazer East is responsible have included the development of large stormwater ponds to treat runoff before it flows into Springstead Creek and eventually into Hogtown Creek.
Jonathan joined the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada in 1990 and has contributed heraldic articles to Heraldry in Canada, was the Assistant Editor of Hogtown Heraldry, the newsletter of the Toronto Branch of the RHSC, and was the Editor of Gonfanon, the newsletter of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada.
And after being given the grand tour of Hogtown and sinking a few Molson's Canadians it was clear that Willy was a man who breathes hockey, and is a man who is prepared to work hard and play hard.
I don't live in Toronto, but when I hear about the events at the Toronto Women's Bookstore that inspire and cultivate a rich and diverse women's community in Hogtown, I can only sigh with envy: It's been well over 15 years since Winnipeg's feminist bookstore closed.
But nothing can stop her from dancing, and with the Hogtown Showdown just months away, Nadine is determined not to let anybody or anything get her down.
tweediana , seed capsules were collected from the Paynes Prairie site and an additional site along Hogtown Creek (Gainesville, Alachua Co.