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Senator Nicole Eaton Hates Toronto’s Bike Lanes

Is Toronto like a third-world country? This senator thinks so!

Nicole Eaton (front, centre) represents the senate at the United Nations in 2015. (Via Twitter.

Nicole Eaton (front, centre) represents the senate at the United Nations in 2015. (Via Twitter.


We certainly can’t find anyone better to comment on the effectiveness of Toronto’s bike lanes than a wealthy senator. Enter Nicole Eaton.

Notable for her Conservative fundraising, opposition to environmental charities, and calling Canada’s national symbol a “dentally defective rat,” Eaton does not like bike lanes, not one bit.

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Toronto Establishment Lets Wine Lovers Store Their Bottles in a Dream Cellar

For a steep cost, that is.

The Wine Academy - 67 Richmond St W - The door on the left is where you will find the wine.

The Wine Academy at 67 Richmond Street West. The door on the left is where you will find the wine.

In my tasting notes for wines in the column, I often mention how long a wine will age in a cellar. But, the reality is that no matter how serious you get about wine, most of us will never have the ideal wine cellar. If you have the room in your home, wine fridges are great.

But where can the rest of us store our prized bottles?

Keep reading: Toronto Establishment Lets Wine Lovers Store Their Bottles in a Dream Cellar