A City Mobilizes: Toronto and the Second World War – Sept. 20, 21, and 22, 2019 starting 10:00 am each day, at Fort York National Historic Site

Aspects of Enlightenment thinking are  problematic – they give rise to real-world, dystopian science-fiction scenarios

Can you help us figure out WHERE IN LONG BRANCH this July 1915 photo, featuring Harold Snelgrove, age 2, was taken? Cottages in background provide key evidence

I strongly support the idea of large-scale high school reunions; I would suggest you set up an organizing committee at once

History of Amsterdam includes lethal wartime role of Amsterdam’s police

Waves wiped out a house at the Lake Ontario shoreline and swept out a family, at 535 Lake Promenade in Long Branch, on March 13, 1952; can you help a family member recover details?

Shakespeare concerned himself with intersection of metaphor and materiality. Also at this post: Rezoning application for 457 Richmond Street West, Toronto, now at Divisional Court