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Old Posted Jan 19, 2010, 3:50 PM
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Here's one I made driving from Outremont to Verdun but the batteries ran out in point st charles. The whole thing lasted 29 minutes and I time lapsed it to 7.

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Me doing the entire 11km of Boulevard St Laurent (the main) from the old port to the north end. It took me about 26 minutes.

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At 4:42, some guy got hit by a car on the left side. You can barely see it because of the time lapse though.
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New Classified video filmed around HRM...the heritage minute parodies had me cracking up.

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Driving video: Halifax is a peninsula, and the Macdonald Bridge was the first suspension bridge linking it to Dartmouth. Also covers Barrington Street and Spring Garden Road (two main streets).

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Mackay Bridge at night (slow video but still neat). The other bridge has a reversible lane to work with rush hour demand, but the Mackay is busy in both directions: downtown Halifax employees return home to Dartmouth, while those who work in the Burnside Industrial Park (in Dartmouth) head home to Halifax or Clayton Park.

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Eaton Centre by Caltrane

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granville street last week in 4 parts...

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and one with bits and pieces of the same day
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lol love the way you say toronto
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Time lapse video of Vancouver I found on Youtube - not sure if its already been posted. Not my city, but my close neighbour.


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Old Posted Jan 30, 2010, 12:24 PM
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whats you accent caltrane? it's very different
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what accent i don't hear one
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I hear one its very subtle - when he says Toronto its very evident
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the less pretty side of Vancouver...

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my accent, its canadian. I say Tur/an/uh, thats the way we say it here. Like we mentioned in another thread, only people from outside of town do the full pronounciation.
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my accent, its canadian. I say Tur/an/uh, thats the way we say it here. Like we mentioned in another thread, only people from outside of town do the full pronounciation.
I know I'll get bitch-slapped for this, but here goes...

That is the "Working Class Canadian" pronunciation of Toronto. The same familiar dialect you hear at any local hockey arena. Yes, it is the preferred choice of the masses, but not the only pronunciation Torontonians say.

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oh chi chi, poo poo.
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well you still sound like a world away from a BC accent

its all good

my friend grew up in stratford and his parents too and they totally had accents it was weird
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alot of people in southwestern ontario still have german accents.. and there are people there that still speak straight up german....
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