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Bert Xanadu Guides You Through Toronto’s Hidden Infrastructure

Is Toronto secretly built on infrastructure worthy of John Milton, like the fictional movie mayor suggests? Bert Xanadu is Toronto’s not-so-serious fictional movie mayor. There is a secret city. Behind the Toronto you endure each day lies another city, one known only to the megalapolitan cognoscenti. But I’m not going to write about that today. Instead, I will celebrate the sinewy and sewagy infrastructure of the City of Toronto and its […] The post Bert Xanadu Guides You Through Toronto’s Hidden Infrastructure appeared first on Torontoist.
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