Is Tim Hortons a substitute for libraries? Toronto’s library board debates the hard questions

Open File – “It looks like November 22nd’s meeting of the Toronto Library Board was a doozy. One board member in particular—Stephen Dulmage, the guy who suggested closing more than a third of the City’s branches as a cost-saving measure—got a few choice remarks in, suggesting that people don’t need a warm place to read a book so long as there are Tim Hortons in the world.”

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