I had to read this several times to make sure that it wasnít a mis-print in the Corrections column of The Globe and Mail.
Failures in Braken Advertising
What worries me is that the shop who printed the poster for the shop didnít spot and/or correct the two Spelling Errors.
Print Shops should be held to a Higher Standard.
Trees of Toronto
The work on killing the new trees is complete. Hereís a rainy-day shot of one of the Planters. Donít be fooled by the apparent area of exposed soil. Most of that soil Ė Iíd estimate 80% of the area Ė is sitting on a slab of concrete that seals the roots of the doomed tree from the air and moisture.
Worse, the concrete probably traps deadly gases, the product of decomposition, in the soil.