For your reading and viewing pleasure, a new section on Toronto and Southern Ontario, featuring over 200 photos plus a location list. As Toronto is one of yer humble host’s favorite cities, you can count on additions.

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4 Responses to “Groceteria does Toronto”
  1. russell livingstone says:

    toronto one of my favourite citys my wife is a cannuck

  2. Dave says:

    Wow! Another supermarket chain used the parabolic roof for their stores? I grew up in Milwaukee, WI and the Kohl’s Food Stores were distinguished by this design.

    http://www.flickriver.com/groups/kohlsfoods/pool/interesting/

  3. Steve says:

    I believe I saw a store of a similar design in the suburbs of Montreal. I went with my grandmother when I was young. Not sure if it was a Metro, though it could have been. I believe Metro was headquartered in Montreal.

  4. Groceteria says:

    This wasn’t actually built as a Metro. It started as a Grand Union, then was a Steinberg’s, a Dominion, and most recently a Metro.

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