Toronto's Bloor bike lanes heralded but city lags behind other Canadian centres

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TORONTO - When a stretch of separated bicycle lanes along a major thoroughfare in Toronto was recently made permanent, cyclists rejoiced and local politicians heralded the move as a major ......
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