What rush hour used to look like on the TTC.

Who knows what you'll encounter boarding a car in my "Subway Hitchhikers" novel.

7 Things You Didn't Know About Canada · Kenton de Jong Travel - I'm proudly Canadian, and I accept the fact that a lot of people know very little about my country. A lot of people also seem to think cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver define Canada. J...

7 Things You Didn't Know About Canada

7 Things You Didn't Know About Canada · Kenton de Jong Travel - I'm proudly Canadian, and I accept the fact that a lot of people know very little about my country. A lot of people also seem to think cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver define Canad

Ontario College of Art and Design. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building. | Toronto, Canada

Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building.

What Yonge Street looked like in the 1970s http://www.blogto.com/city/2011/08/what_yonge_street_looked_like_in_the_1970s/

Christie Blatchford and Anthony de Sa on the 1977 Toronto murder of Emanuel Jaques, the subject of de Sa’s new novel, Kicking the Sky, and the first trial ever covered by the award-winning crime reporter.

What Lake Shore Boulevard used to look like

Lake Shore Boulevard, known mostly for snarled traffic and concrete falling from above, is actually one of Toronto's most interesting — dare I sa.

toronto high park - The High Park Mineral Baths, nicknamed "The Minnies," were located north of Bloor in a natural swimming hole. In the background a deep ravine is being filled in for an extension of Boor St.

toronto high parkhe High Park Mineral Baths, nicknamed "The Minnies," were located north of Bloor in a natural swimming hole. In the background a deep ravine is being filled in for an extension of Boor St.

228 Roncesvalles, 1917

Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one.

Toronto Public Library; Bloor & Gladstone Branch, Bloor St. W., south west corner Gladstone Ave. Toronto, Ont. vintage photo 1913. Dovercourt Branch officially opened 23 October 1913. Chapman & McGiffin Architects. First TPL branch wholly financed by the City of Toronto. Renamed Bloor and Gladstone, December 1938.

Toronto Public Library; Bloor & Gladstone Branch, Bloor St. W., south west corner Gladstone Ave. Toronto, Ont. vintage photo 1913. Dovercourt Branch officially opened 23 October 1913. Chapman & McGiffin Architects. First TPL branch wholly financed by the City of Toronto. Renamed Bloor and Gladstone, December 1938.

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