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    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

    “It felt like a commentary about Toronto from an unusual source that some things here have gone very wrong,” Shoshanna Saxe told CTV News Toronto after noticing the ads while travelling through Yonge-Bloor station.

    As an associate professor in civil engineering at the University of Toronto with an expertise in urban infrastructure, she was keenly aware of the targeted messaging surrounding housing and transit in Toronto.

    “It was putting a finger right on the key challenges Toronto is facing,” she said.

    Videos on the Alberta is Calling website take the message a step further.

    “My name is Alycia. I live in Calgary, Alberta. I moved here from Toronto three years ago,” a young mother says in one advertisement while her two children happily play in their backyard.

    “The cost of housing in Toronto is astronomical,” she goes on to say as she sits in a modern house with light flooding in and ample room for her kids to run around.

    “It’s honestly night and day what we have. Now I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

    In another video, Natasha reassures Torontonians who are hesitant about making the move.

    “The pieces that I was thinking I was going to have to leave behind in Toronto, I’ve found them here as well,” she said.

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