"They had a band winter here this year and the sunshine and warmer temperatures of Spring did not arrive until April 17. Spring is called a myth here because it comes so late, yet even with severe and long winters there is not one single pothole to be found in the well-maintained streets of the downtown. (Would that Providence could say as much!) This is just one of the many unusual aspects of Canada's largest city, a city decidedly different from those in the U.S. Toronto also offers proof that cities can work, that they have a future, that people can enjoy them, and, definitely, it provides a model that American cities could well emulate."
Smolski, Chester, "Ah, Toronto, You Care About People!" (1979). Smolski Texts. 145.
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