Stories by Title

100 Years of Grey Cup
1909 Reduction Referendum
The 1936 Heat Wave
1955 St. Andrew Election
1958 Postcard

A Bank On (Almost) Every Corner
A Progressive Traditionalist: John M. Lyle, Architect
Albanians in Toronto
The Allenby Theatre
Andy Moro
Anna Jameson
Arena Gardens
Arsinée Khanjian
Artistry in Brick
Avenue Road’s Grand Apartments

Bears in Toronto
The Birth Of A Nation
Black Squirrels
Blockhouse Reverie in Toronto’s Grid-land
The Bloor Cinema
Building Orders

The Canada Foundry
Canada’s Linseed Oil Mills – Part of Building Storeys
The Cantonese Opera Star
The Changing Public Images of William Lyon Mackenzie
City of Consolation
Climate Change and Bird Migration
The Conboy Carriage Company

Dáirine Ní Mheadhr
The Davenport Extension
The Davenport Trail

The Earthquake of 1663
Elizabeth Simcoe
Emma Goldman
The Empire Strikes Back
The Endangered Butternut
Everybody’s Darling
The Evolution of Roundhouse Park
Extolling the Virtues of Older Buildings

The Festival Express
Finding Home in the Bain Co-Op
Fire at the New Jail
The First Ten Thousand Years
Francis Patrick O’Connor – A Legacy of Genorosity
Friends of the Don East
From Torontoceros to the Jubilant Man: Rounding Up Our Assets

Garrison Garnishings – Reclaiming Unloved History At Fort York
Gloria Swanson visits Toronto
Grand Union
Grandeur At 49 Yonge Street
The Great Candy Bar Uprising Of 1947

Happy 250th Birthday Robbie Burns!

The Harmony Singers – A Community Choir
Harry Rasky
Heintzman & Co. Ltd.
Heritage Chimneys
Heritage Diversity Stories
Heritage Trees
The Hidden Etobicoke Village of Claireville
Hip Hub for Hid
Hollywood Dreams at the Loew’s Theatre

Icons of an Era, But Where Are Ours?
Indecent Toronto
It’s Not The Trail: It’s The Land It Crosses

Juliet Palmer

Kei Yano and Hideo Takahasi
Keiko Kitano

La société d’histoire de Toronto
Labor Lyceum
Lata Pada
Lithuanians in Toronto
The Loblaw Groceterias Building
The Lost Films Of The Loew’s Theatre
Lucius O’Brien

The Macedonians in Toronto
Manufacturing Memories
Milk Pasteurization at Sick Kids

Natural Heritage Information Centre

On Heritage, and Other Things ‘So Yesterday’ …
On the (Toronto) Waterfront
One City, Two Great Jazz Festivals

The Paradise Theatre
Pierre Berton
Pierre Berton and the National Dream
The Princess Theatre
The Private Life of a Very Public Man

Queen of the Fleet
The Queen’s Hotel
The Queen’s Own Rifles of Toronto
The Queen’s Plate Turns 150

Rebellion in York Township
Remembering Our City
Richard Fung
The Roads to Muddy York
Robert Thomas Allen
The Runnymede Theatre

The Saga of Chorley Park
So Young So Bad, Disappearing Doors At The Bloor Cinema
Soheil Parsa
Some 1812 Veterans at Rosedale
St. Michael’s Cemetery
Stan Endersby – 40 Years of Music
The Story of Billy McKay
The Story of Plant #1 at Downsview
The Story of Toronto’s “Gypsies”

Talking Pictures In The Silent Era
The Toros – Toronto’s Other Hockey Team
This Golden Moment: The North Toronto Railway Station Time Capsule
Toronto and its Miniature Railways
Toronto’s 1st Union Station
Toronto’s Ethiopian Community
Toronto’s First General Hospital and the Irish Famine of 1847
Toronto’s First Post Offices
Toronto’s First Zoo
Toronto’s Horse Racing History
Toronto’s Hungarian Community
Toronto’s Third City Hall
Toronto’s Ukrainian Community
Trichy Sankaran
Trout Lilies

Walt Whitman
The Ward
When the Junction Flickered
William Lyon Mackenzie

You’re fired: Silent film musicians & the talkie revolution