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Last night the Toronto Raptors won the NBA Championship for the first time and the city handled it...relatively well. We didn’t go full Canucks or Canadiens, it was mostly climbing stuff, but a TTC bus or two and some bus shelters didn’t make it out in one piece.
The biggest victim was the PPP offices, located in an alley just off Dundas Square. Someone tried to climb the box and collapsed it and the hamsters that power the computers fell off their wheel and ran off. This is going to be a bare bones FTB, so let’s just soak in the first major league win for Toronto in a quarter century.
Video recap is here.
They're climbing everything in Toronto right now! pic.twitter.com/Vwuawg4LNM— TSN (@TSN_Sports) June 14, 2019
6 Bay: No service due to Raptors celebrations.— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) June 14, 2019
75 Sherbourne: No service due to Raptors celebration.— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) June 14, 2019
505 Dundas: No service due to Raptors celebrations.— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) June 14, 2019
RADIO TRAFFIC UPDATE JUST SAID YONGE STREET IS JAMMED FROM FRONT TO STEELES CAN YOU COMPREHEND THAT???— Joseph Casciaro (@JosephCasciaro) June 14, 2019
Toronto has won a major sports championship more recently than Boston.— Kawhi Not Us? (@mlse) June 14, 2019