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Saving 350-year-old tree could cost Torontonians almost $1M

City has agreed to pay half the cost of buying adjacent house

January 2, 2020  By CTV News

One of Toronto’s oldest trees, estimated to be about 350 years old, could cost Torontonians nearly $1 million to save it. The city has agreed to pay half the cost of saving the tree by purchasing the adjacent house, but the public would have less than a year to come up with another $430,000 to save the red oak.


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