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Published on Mar 25, 2015
World War 2 Veteran Larry Levy and his wife Betty spent more than 50 years running a full-time taxi business in Toronto. Now retired, they own two Standard Plates. When Larry started his business, Toronto encouraged him to invest in Standard Plates under the understanding that the plates could serve as a retirement pension, as cab drivers have no other pension. In February 2014, Toronto reneged on this long-held agreement with no notice, leaving lifetime industry members like Larry Levy out in the cold.