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A TTC bus on Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canadian History, Local History, Retro Bus, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Travel, Photo Vintage, Bus Coach, Transportation

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nationaldisaster: “ ‘1970 Yonge Street Bus’ by Vintage Toronto on Facebook. The good ol’ days ”

Toronto's finest in their pimped up wheels circa 1970 Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Emergency Vehicles, Police Vehicles, Scarborough Toronto, Old Police Cars, Roads And Streets, Chevrolet Chevelle, Commercial Vehicle

Remember when? - Page 99

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The history of Yonge Street is that of Toronto itself. As the street developed, so too did the city around it. Even as the first commercial hub in . Toronto City, Toronto Canada, Canada Eh, Downtown Toronto, Toronto Photography, Retro Photography, Lifestyle Photography, Yonge Street, Historical Architecture

Historicist: The Rise and Fall of a Shopping Arcade

Every Saturday morning Historicist looks back at the events, places, and characters—good and bad—that have shaped Toronto into the city we know today. Interior View of the Yonge St. Arcade, circa 1885. Toronto Public Library (TRL): B 12-44b. These days, the Arcade Building at Yonge and Temperance may be known for the

The life and death of Peter Dickinson and The Inn on the Park - Spacing Toronto Park Resorts, Hotels And Resorts, Toronto Hotels, North York, Unique Architecture, Park Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel, Old City, The Life

The life and death of Peter Dickinson and The Inn on the Park - Spacing Toronto

Peter Dickinson was dying when he designed the Inn on the Park. From a bed in Mount Sinai hospital, his body weakened from cancer, Dickinson listened to Four Seasons co-founder Isadore Sharp explain his idea for a new flagship location at Leslie and Eglinton. Sharp’s sixteen acre site was directly opposite the west branch of […]

Regent Park: A look back through the years at Canada's oldest social housing project Toronto City, Social Housing, Urban Renewal, January 1, Slums, Local History, Looking Back, Old School, Canada

Regent Park: A look back through the years at Canada's oldest social housing project

On January 1, 1947, the voters of Toronto decided that the city should undertake Canada's first redevelopment project. Regent Park rose from the rubble of what was once the south part of Cabbagetown. During the 1930's, south Cabbagetown was one of Toronto's worst slums and was targeted by Toronto city planners for a grand urban renewal. Regent Park was expanded in the 1950's to include the area south of Gerrard street, which came to be known as Regent Park South. Housing units ranged in size…

Toronto's main streets looked remarkably different in the Even as the city is more populated and vibrant today, the aesthetic of the urban l. Toronto Street, Toronto City, Toronto Travel, Joseph Zbukvic, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Busses, Street Look, Old City

This is what Toronto streets looked like in the 1960s

Toronto's main streets looked remarkably different in the 1960s. Even as the city is more populated and vibrant today, the aesthetic of the urban l...

Old Toronto motels: Andrews Motel on Kingston Road (demolished Hotel Ads, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photographers, Stunning View, Kingston, Fun To Be One, Nice View, Street View, History

The lost motels of Toronto

You wouldn't know it when driving around Toronto these days, but the city and its surrounding areas used to be well populated by motels. Two areas ...

Left, Daniel Lewis and right, Scott Weir, ERA Architects, at the Howard Street house move. Buffalo New York, Urban Planning, Bradley Mountain, Niagara Falls, Canada Goose Jackets, Ontario, Street House, Toronto, Restoration

The restoration of a decaying Toronto crossroads

Lanterra embarks on major heritage restoration effort as first step in redevelopment of a prominent Toronto crossroads

In the Taft Broadcasting Company, along with Great West Life, opened up Canada's first theme park, Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario. Great West, Childhood Days, Vintage Photographs, Ontario, Fairy Tales, Retro Vintage, Wonderland, Nostalgia, Canada

Canada's Wonderland Opening Year Vintage Photographs

In 1981, the Taft Broadcasting Company, along with Great West Life, opened up Canada's first theme park, Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario.

Looking north on Yonge Street at its intersection with the side street called Dundas Square. The building called Dundas Square, containing a Classic Book Store, has since been demolished to make way for a public square called Yonge-Dundas Square. Toronto Zoo, Toronto Photos, Downtown Toronto, Yonge Street, Book City, My Town, Back To The Future, Classic Books, In Boston

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The Toronto subway map might not be as iconic as London's or as comprehensive as New York's, but it has its own charms. From day one, the TTC has m. Toronto Subway, Nyc Subway Map, Rosedale Toronto, Brighton Map, North York, Train Travel, Evolution, Maps, Happy Trails

The evolution of the TTC subway map

The Toronto subway map might not be as iconic as London's or as comprehensive as New York's, but it has its own charms. From day one, the TTC has m...

The abandoned Wal-Mart (with telltale colours and label scars) in Morningside Mall, prior to demolition and redevelopment. Willis Tower, Ontario, Abandoned, Mall, Toronto, Bob, Walmart, Colours, Building

Morningside Mall

The abandoned Wal-Mart (with telltale colours and label scars) in Morningside Mall, prior to demolition and redevelopment.

I captured some footage of Morningside Mall as it was being torn down. The song is a piano version of "In The End" by Linkin Park. I hope this video can brin. Scarborough Ontario, Tear Down, Mall, Toronto, Death, Linkin Park, Bob, History, Youtube

The Death Of Morningside Mall

I captured some footage of Morningside Mall as it was being torn down. The song is a piano version of "In The End" by Linkin Park. I hope this video can brin...

Toronto& main streets looked remarkably different in the Even as the city is more populated and vibrant today, the aesthetic of the urban l. Street Look, Main Street, Toronto Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Old City, Public Transport, Model Trains, Places To Go

A brief history of Toronto in photos

Toronto has sure changed a lot through the years. These photos help tell the story.