Toronto condo owners sue after ‘tunnel’ found under building

When owners of a downtown Toronto condo went searching for a foul smell wafting through their building, they inadvertently uncovered something much more mysterious — a dark, dirt tunnel burrowed beneath their homes.  The bizarre discovery, made about a decade ago, has set off a chain of events, including a multi-million-dollar lawsuit that continues to play out today.    Read the article……………


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