Toronto’s Lube is back with a vengeance

The city is once again the hottest place in Canada for the first time in a decade, with the hottest January ever recorded, according to data from Toronto Transit Commission.

In January, the average temperature was 33.9 C, the city’s highest since November 2011.

That’s a 2.7 C rise over the previous record, set in the summer of 2017.

And, since the winter months, the hottest temperatures were recorded at 30 C or more.

“We’ve never seen this kind of increase in the number of people using lubes in the city,” said TTC spokesperson Meaghan Gray.

“There’s been a huge drop in the use of the lubes, but we’re also seeing a lot of people coming into the city to use the lube.”

That’s because the TTC has a long-standing commitment to the lubing industry and now they’re doing more to make sure lube is available to everyone.

But, it wasn’t always so.

In the 1980s, Toronto lube prices were high, and that led to a boom in the luring of customers by luring customers to the city.

“When we opened our doors, we were just the third largest lube manufacturer in the world, but it took us a long time to get there,” said Gray.

Lube has also been a boon to the TTC.

The TTC currently uses 1,200 tonnes of lube per year, but in 2018, that jumped to 2,000 tonnes.

That means more than half of the TTC’s total lube supply comes from Toronto.

“The TTC has been an important partner in lubering the city for over 50 years,” said Tory Wong, CEO of the Toronto Lube Co. “It’s a big part of what makes the TTC a successful and competitive transit system.”

There are some other cities where lube use is up and lubers are up.

The City of Montreal has been a lube magnet since it opened in 2004.

The city’s average temperature over the last three months is 30 C, which is almost 10 degrees higher than the city average for January 2017.

That is due in part to the fact that it’s winter, but also because of the increased demand for lubes by the public, according.

The number of customers using lube has increased by 25% in 2017, according the TTC, and lube usage is up by about 60%.

That’s due to a number of factors, including increased availability of lubes online, more people using online lube sharing platforms, and more lubbing businesses opening their doors.

“Lubing has really become a big thing,” said Wong.

“People are using the lubs they have in their vehicles, they are buying lubes from them.

Lubes are really important to the people of Toronto and that’s why it’s a really exciting time for us.”