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Ontario Bread company film

When the Ontario Bread Company first opened 80 years ago, bread was still delivered by horse and buggy. In June, Ontario Bread closed its downtown factory, but before they locked up for the last time, a Toronto filmmaker captured the bakery as it was. Jane Hawtin spoke to Andrzej Chlobowski. He is the bakery owner and narrator of the film. Click here to see the film.External Site
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