RE:UNION | Gary + Mary-Lou 1969—
Gary and Mary-Lou’s love story has a charming and unexpected connection to Toronto’s Union Station, that has literally – and figuratively – stood the test of time. Forty-seven years later, on November 10th, we celebrate their special anniversary – one of many unseen, human moments that have been happening every day at Union, since it re-opened in the 1920’s.
You can watch their story here:
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