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Dreary urban sprawl is nothing compared with natural wonders

A cold day -5degreesC. Driving down Queen Elizabeth Highway and the northern edge of Lake Ontario. There is a low cloud, it is Sunday and it is bleak. A flock of Canadian geese flies low over the highway as Toronto slowly dissolves into a sprawl. The city of three million that does not know how to stop. Just as you think you have left it behind another crop of commercial buildings arises to justify another row of nondescript detached homes. No love or care has been lavished anywhere ...

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