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SUGAR BEACH

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Sugar Beach is a new "beach" built adjacent to the Redpath sugar refinery on Toronto's waterfront. A popular place for tourists to visit, it is not a beach in the traditional sence! It looks like one, but there is no swimming, but there is plenty of sand and there are permanent umbrellas and seating for anyone wishing a bit of sun!

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Text by Steve Smith.

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