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The 10 fire hydrants that make Toronto the most money in parking tickets

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OTTAWA - Toronto's parking-ticket data shows that since 2008, the city has collected more than $24 million by fining people who parked too close to fire hydrants. Here's a list of Toronto's most lucrative hydrants:

1. 393 University Ave., $289,620

2. 112 Merton St., $212,300

3. 33 Elmhurst Ave., $207,030

4. 56 The Esplanade, $191,110

5. 5519 Yonge St., $173,330

6. 99 Atlantic Ave., $163,760

7. 361 University Ave., $152,530

8. 43 Elm St., $152,220

9. 5100 Yonge St., $145,310

10. 6 Spring Garden Ave., $131,110

Source: City of Toronto

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