Arianne Robinson: Harbord Street and Laneway Names
arianne robinson: Toronto laneway named after Italian dish Robinson, who appeared on CBC Radio's Metro Morning on Thursday, said she was inspired to look into laneway names following the most recent iteration of the women's march, according to CBC. I was thinking about so many women out on the street and thinking about landmarks and streets and laneways and who they're named after, she told host Matt Galloway. Compare that with the 42 named for men, and the statistics are shocking, said Arianne Robinson, who wrote about the issue for Signal Toronto. Frank Kovak Lane in Little Italy was approved in 2003. Frank died last year and will be sorely missed by his friends, said a city document about the naming. Frank Kovac operated Frank's Garage on Harbord Street for over 30 years. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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