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(Matthew Sherwood/TORONTO, ONT.: FEBRUARY 29, 2012 -- Traffic begins to snarl on Oriole Parkway near Kilbarry Road as a $57 million project to replace a 100-year-old watermain is underway. Both north and southbound directions are reduced to one lane for short distances.(Matthew Sherwood for The Globe and Mail))
(Matthew Sherwood/TORONTO, ONT.: FEBRUARY 29, 2012 -- Traffic begins to snarl on Oriole Parkway near Kilbarry Road as a $57 million project to replace a 100-year-old watermain is underway. Both north and southbound directions are reduced to one lane for short distances.(Matthew Sherwood for The Globe and Mail))

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