But what about whole SEGMENTS? Enter the non-hybrid compact MPV.
Morgans are cool. Shame the 3-Wheeler isn’t for sale in Canada.
How’s everyone spending it? And by “everyone”, I mean other Canadian Oppos. Right now, I’m hanging out and blasting Pink Floyd, and I’ll probably go out and do some photography later. Long weekends are great (so long as you don’t drive up the 400 from Toronto and get stuck in the Holland Marsh).
Got a tour of the Canadian Forces College not too far from where I live. It’s an absolutely beautiful campus, lots of space, very nice classrooms and conference rooms, and their mess hall is in a super old building (the old residence of John Armour, a local farmer who the area Armour Heights was named after). So yeah,…
Never drive through Montreal. Ever. Although 1400 kilometres later, I will admit it was a fun road trip. Just... man, fuck Montreal. I can totally see where Alissa Walker is coming from.
Apparently the Mustang is borked, so no one has to worry about being run down for the time being. Fingers crossed that it’s nothign expensive, since my mum loves this car. 16 years and not even 70,000 kilometres later, I think this is its first trip on a flatbed.
1) The OPP literally do not give a shit as long as you’re not being a complete asshole.
Found this on Facebook, since it’s run by a friend of a friend. It’s described as Uber for snowplowing, where people can use the app to contact contractors for snow removal when they need it. Seems kind of neat, and also pretty damn Canadian.
So apparently, in this one spot where there’s only one road connecting Canada, the bridge broke and is closed for an “indefinite time”. So, eastern and western Canada are now completely separated due to one bridge. Nice.
Warm enough to drive your Corvette to Crappy Tire with the top down.
Hey all, I’m looking for some good driving roads in the Toronto area (within an hour or two of the city) since I’ll be there for Christmas break and I really need to get out and drive, and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. Thanks in advance!
Just in case you’ve been living under the biggest rock this side of the Canadian Shield, tomorrow is federal election day. Be sure to go out and vote and make sure that your voice is heard! The time that your polling station is open will vary from province to province, so be sure to double check and make time for it.…
Selective colour is fun. Original below for comparison.
Buy this Volvo... thing... for $6,000 CAD and make fun of people who think driving a brown diesel Miata makes them cooler than everyone else.
“Built for Siberia, not suburbia”. Gods damn is that one hell of a line. If no one steals that for advertising an SUV, I will be disappointed. For $1500, though, I’m a little interested. Shame about the location.
-Peter Black, 2015