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Genocide qualifies as a systematic object for social science: Zygmunt Bauman (1989)

Previous blog posts at the Preserved Stories website have addressed social history in the context of deindustrialization and documentary making. I’ve also shared highlights from studies addressing history and social theory in the context of postmodernity and a return to narration. As well, I’ve shared information related to military history and the relation between instrumental reason and modernity. The […]

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Bailey Bridge extends across the Queen Elizabeth Way at Applewood Village Plaza in Mississauga

A Bailey bridge, named after a British engineer, Donald Bailey, is a temporary bridge of lattice steel designed for rapid assembly from prefabricated standard parts, used especially in military operations, according to the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, Second Edition. It’s also the name by which a permanent footbridge, across the Queen Elizabeth Way at Applewood Village […]

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Condominium development in Port Dalhousie heritage conservation district

I subscribe to an e-mail newsletter from the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. You can subscribe at the ACO website, which you can access through the link in the previous sentence. From time to time I like to post excerpts from such publications. The most recent edition of the ACO newsletter features the news items posted below. […]

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Supplementary questions from Ruth Grier, as follow-up to Peter Riedel’s quiz question regarding Humber Bay Shores

Update A July 7, 2016 post is entitled: On July 12, 2016 Toronto City Council Agenda: Investigation Report Regarding Conduct of Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes [End of update]   As  follow-up to the quiz question regarding Humber Bay Shores posed by Peter Riedel, Ruth Grier has added the following questions. Supplementary questions: How did […]

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Toronto Family History: For King and Country online link (with thanks to Ward 3, TDSB Trustee Pamela Gough)

Ward 3, Toronto District School Board Trustee Pamela Gough <Pamela.Gough@tdsb.on.ca> has shared the following link: For King and Country — A project to transcribe the war memorials in Toronto schools A.J. Casson of the Group of Seven was the artist who designed the illuminated lists of Canadian soldiers (former students) displayed in schools, including in […]

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The Lake Shore Blvd. bridge is located near the Mississauga-Toronto border: November 2010 photo overview

The following overview, related to the reconstruction project outlined in a previous blog post, is from the following October 12, 2012 TRCA (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority) document (click on the link below to open it): ExecutiveCommitteeAgenda#08-12_October12_2012 City of Toronto [Etobicoke York Community Council Area] EX10.40 CITY OF TORONTO To construct, reconstruct, erect or place […]