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I have been following the newsletter from Friends of Fort York & Garrison Common for some years. I find the newsletter contents of interest, on occasions when I get around to reading it. I also think a larger point size for the text – say, Adobe Caslon Pro 11, 11.5 or even 12 – in […]
The March 2017 issue of the Friends of Fort York newsletter can be accessed here. The opening paragraphs of the opening article read: “The first Fort York, built by John Graves Simcoe in 1793, had mostly been demolished by the end of the eighteenth century. When in 1987 archaeologists investigating a feature in the area […]
You can access the newsletter here: fife-and-drum-dec-2014 A text accompanying the newsletter reads: “Please find attached the latest edition of Fife and Drum, published by the Friends of Fort York. This issue features articles on the new park which will open north of the Fort when the pedestrian-cycle bridge is built, and the canvass houses […]
I enjoyed reading the December 2013 issue of The Fife and Drum – The Newsletter of The Friends of Fort York and Garrison Commons. You can access the PDF version of the document here: fife-and-drum-dec-2013 I found it a challenge to read the printout of the original PDF file, as the print is small. That […]
I much enjoy reading news from or about Fort York. Below is a link to the June 2013 Fife and Drum newsletter, published by Friends of Fort York: fife-and-drum-june-2013 The lead article features Laura Secord. I much enjoyed a heritage walk some time ago, organized in association with Fort York, where participants traced the path […]
Please find below the latest edition of Fife and Drum, published by the Friends of Fort York. Fife & Drum v 16no5 December 2012 In my experience this newsletter is a tremendously valuable source of information.
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An Aug. 17, 2016 Toronto Star article is entitled: “Woman robbed of prescription drugs with $10,000 street value: Police say the 63-year-old was pushed by two assailants, who stole hundreds of painkillers and muscle relaxants.” The opening paragraphs read: Police are warning the public after two men allegedly pushed a 63-year-old woman to the ground and […]
I enjoy visiting Fort York and learning about its history. Earlier posts about the site include, by way of example: Citizenship Ceremony at Fort York, April 26, 2013 featured sharing of thoughts about what it means to be a Canadian What can we learn about evidence-based practice when we read about Tecumseh? December 2013 Friends […]