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Have you been walking around the same old stores trying to find some inspiration to live up to your European-styled dreams?

Well, you don't have to keep dreaming for long because there's a new store coming to town and it's ready to give you all the stylish options you once wished for.

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The Bloor and Yonge Hudson's Bay, a store that has served as a Toronto landmark since the early 70s, will close its doors this month, and its replacement is already in the works.

According to the City of Toronto, the proposed development will be a complete renovation and redesign of the Brookfield Properties-owned portion of 2 Bloor Street East, where the commercial building is located.

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Toronto snapped, filtered and posted it's way through summer with bikini clad females, shirtless males, music festivals, beach trips, MORE beach trips and ice cream sandwiches.

But fall? It's all about #fashion, #foliage and the #muthaf#$kingJays.

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If you look hard enough between the skyscrapers and condominiums, you can find hidden gems that link us back to Toronto's historied past. This city's story is rich, but unfortunately for many of us it largely remains a mystery. Let’s take a good look at some of the places you walk by every day and actually take notice. There may be a whole lot more to them than meets the eye.

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