Your basic difference between Toronto and Prince Albert

I used to live just south of Torona and on the occasions when I would venture into the Center, or should I say Centre of the Universe, I would find it quite easy to get caught up in the pace of life and activity that they enjoy.

Now I live in the relatively unheard of climes of Prince Albert, where the pace of life is simply slower. We love this city, but today I did have to bite my tongue when I got caught behind a very elderly small lady shuffling a cart down the cheese isle at Safeway.»? But I digress.

I think I have discovered the basic reason for the differences between Toronto and Prince Albert.

View the charted evidence below:

Here is a map of Prince Albert with it's Starbucks clearly identified.



And here is a map of Toronto with it's Starbucks identified:



Need I say more?

I thought not.

Comments

  1. To say nothing of Tim Horton's....

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  2. Lol :D

    You have Safeway's? Wow that I didn't know!

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  3. I did not realize that PA had a Starbucks. My friend Arleen will be thrilled (she lives at Christopher Lake).

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  4. Angie: the Starbucks just opened this week.

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  5. So PA has started sliding downhill too? Guess you could only hold off coffee-blight for so long.

    ;»?)

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  6. Who on earth would even get excited over Starbucks??? I'm no connoisseure, for sure, but give me a Timmy's any day.

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  7. I think I'm with you, Sharon.

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  8. Hey I think we are all forgeting what makes PA so special...the 12 fast food retaurants, including Subway & pita places - 3, plus pizza places that would be 12. So fast food in total is about 27 places for 40,000 people.

    Man that makes me want to stick around.

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  9. Well..what d'ya know. I thoight you guys only had the Bison or the Esso station for coffee. ;)

    You're burgoning!

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