Update: April 1, 2023
April 1 2023 - In a surprising turn of events, the excavation phase of construction of KESKUS International Estonian Centre in downtown Toronto has uncovered what appears to be the remains of an ancient civilization dating back thousands of years. The discovery was made by a team of archaeologists who were called in to investigate after workers reported finding strange artifacts and structures underground.
According to initial assessments, the civilization appears to have been highly advanced, with transportation systems that evidence a sophisticated understanding of architecture and engineering. The discovery has sent shockwaves throughout the archaeological community and has already been hailed as one of the most significant finds in recent history.
"We are absolutely thrilled to have made this discovery," said Dr. Endel Kross, the lead archaeologist called in to assess the site. "The level of sophistication we're seeing here is truly remarkable, and it has the potential to completely reshape our understanding of human history."
The discovery has also raised controversy, pitting against each other the arguments about displaying the finds in a museum vs repurposing the ancient transportation system into a functional conveyer system for Toronto to improve services to the downtown core.
Construction continues to move ahead while the future of the finds get clarified.
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