[T]here's a movement afoot that's gaining momentum and might transform certain neighbourhoods into pedestrian-friendly villages, transforming parts of Toronto into Paris or Manhattan, at least on Sundays.
Almost four years after Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market began, the idea will be adopted this summer by Mirvish Village (west of Bloor and Bathurst Sts.) and Baldwin Village (north of Spadina Ave. and Dundas St. W.).
How, oh how, will the poor businesses survive with streets closed to automobiles replaced by thousands of people?
Doesn't the city of Toronto understand (like the city of Hamilton does) that cars make purchases and buy drinks on patios, not people?
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