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

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

2019 Festival Report for Jane’s Walk Toronto highlights communications, testimonials, and recommendations; however online version omits recommendations

Really interesting to see the Six Points reconfiguration project as it proceeds; alleged lack of holistic vision also noted

“Modern movement” in architecture gave rise to “an intellectual time bomb with a very long fuse,” says planner Ken Greenberg

Mary Allen Walking Tour (self-guided), part of 2019 Jane’s Walk events in Waterloo Region, is self-guided and self-explanatory

French and British Forts of Toronto: A Bicycle Tour – Jane’s Walk Bike Ride, Saturday, May 4, 2019, 11:00 to 1:00 pm

French and British Forts of Toronto: A Bicycle Tour – Jane’s Walk Bike Ride, Saturday, May 4, 2019, 11:00 to 1:00 pm

Sunnylea: Glimpses of the Past Hiding in Plain Sight – Jane’s Walk, Saturday, May 4, 2019

A Call for Walk Leaders + First Walkshop! (Message from Jane’s Walk Toronto)

The following is an excerpt from an email message from Jane’s Walk Toronto: “No one can find what will work for our cities by looking at…suburban garden cities, manipulating scale models, or inventing dream cities, you’ve got to get out and walk,” – Jane Jacobs, Downtown is for People (1957) We’re nearly a month away […]