Copper thieves hit art in TO
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector art eggleton park copper garrison creek memory banks
The half-dozen copper-clad landscape surfaces installed in the late ’90s in Art Eggleton Park were intended to recall Garrison Creek, a now-buried ravine that once flowed through the city.
But in recent months, the public art installation at Harbord and Montrose Sts., dubbed “Memory Banks,” has become a testament to another, somewhat baser, phenomenon: The still-hot market for stolen copper.
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