Animals and Storefronts: Photo Essay by Prof Z

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Zaheer Baber teaches sociology at UTM and tries never to leave home without a real camera.

For those looking for historic photos of storefronts in Toronto, check out this article by the Toronto Guardian.

Also, be sure to check out this review of two restaurants and essay on gentrification in Kensington Market by Loki Candelma.

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