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Etobicoke and 1812: Presentation on May 16, 2012 by Denise Harris

I’m pleased to share with you information about a talk that Denise Harris will be presenting at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at the Mimico Centennial Library. Her topic is Etobicoke and 1812. Dennis Harris is president of the Etobicoke Historical Society. Her lecture, based on extensive research, will focus on the impact of the […]

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Local historians preserve Etobicoke’s past for future generations: Oct. 5, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article

An Oct. 5, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian article is entitled: “Local historians preserve Etobicoke’s past for future generations.” The article is by Cynthia Reason; the photo is by Justin Greaves of Metroland. The article is beautifully written. It starts with humour, continues with a relative newcomer to local history, and concludes with an amateur historian who’s […]

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Photos from New Toronto Lawn Bowling Club at 153 Lakeshore Drive, formed in 1901

I’m very pleased to share with you two photos that I have received by email from Councillor Mark Grimes’ Office. Denise Harris of the Etobicoke Historical Society has identified the photos and shared a link where more information is available: http://www.newtorontohistorical.com/New%20Toronto%20Lawn%20Bowling.htm The club is over 110 years old. Additional information can be found here. I’m […]

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Wesley Mimico update – a second submission for the rezoning application

I’ve been following with interest the Wesley Mimico United Church redevelopment story since February 2012. From what I can gather, the heritage attributes of the Wesley Mimico United Church building, as identified by City of Toronto heritage preservation staff, will determine the narrative arc of the redevelopment. I learned about the project when I was […]