Scotiabank Theatre

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259 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3M6
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    Usually one of their escalators is out of service. This has gone on for many years. Recently their elevator was also not working. They do not have the proper handicapped entrance doors going in or out as mandated by the Ontario Disabilities Act. Very disrespectful of the disabled community.

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