Recently, Don Cherry graced Toronto’s city council chambers and proceeded to take a swipe at those who do not share his particular world view.
To commemorate Mr. Cherry’s wordsmithery, Spacing has decided to make a 1.5-inch button and fridge magnet. You can place an order in our e-store ($3 for button, $5 for magnet, shipping included).Â Please visit any of the stores listed below.
Since we launched the product, we’ve received loads of attention from local and national media, as well as thousands of messages on Facebook and Twitter. We’ve already had to produce 10,000 buttons and magnets!
The following is a list of all the retail outlets:
â€¢ Outer Layer ( 430 Bloor St W. )
â€¢ Curbside Cycle ( 412 Bloor St. W. )
â€¢ Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop ( 517 Bloor St. W. )
â€¢ Grassroots ( 408 Bloor Street W. )
â€¢ Book City Annex ( 501 Bloor St. W. )
â€¢ Wise Daughters ( 3079B Dundas St W. )
â€¢ Sweetpea Blooms ( 163 Roncesvalles Ave. )
â€¢ She Said Boom ( 393 Roncesvalles Ave. )
â€¢ Another Story Bookshop ( 315 Roncesvalles Ave )
â€¢ Book City Bloor West Village ( 2350 Bloor Street W. )
And to show just how Pinko we are, Spacing is happy to share the wealth: we will make a donation to the Darling Home For Kids in Milton, Ontario. The child hospice was originally named the Rose Cherry Home For Kids because of the work and generosity of the Cherry family.