The present Daily Photo takes us to Toronto‘s Runnymede neighbourhood, for a search inside of a repurposed local landmark. Finally, the Runnymede Theatre has been converted several times a day throughout its over nine several years of existence, with a range of can make use of including a live theatre, a movie ones, a bingo hall, and a second stint as a movie theatre. Most recently, it was converted to a Shoppers Drug Mart in 2015, the interior of which is shown within view below by Marc Mitanis .
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