Hogarth and Broadview
I’m getting used to how the Canadians locate things in town. Rather than being near this, that or the other, everything is on the corner of x and y or on c, but between a and b. Maybe algebra isn’t the best way to go about this. It’s the benefit of cities being built as a huge grid I suppose. It’s practical, but it can make a place feel artificial. Takes some of the charm away, perhaps?