The TTC increases service on 34 routes in October, Cisco becomes the official technology sponsor of the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto, Mayor Rob Ford claims to have a memory problem and daughter ... read more
The community of Regent Park has for the past half-decade been under the wrecking ball in an attempt to re-imagine what public housing can be within an economic and internationally diverse urban ... read more
WaterfrontToronto breaks ground on Queens Quay parking lot, Ford's conflict-of-interest case is ramping up, Toronto Zoo possibly looking to change ownership, and the redrawing of Toronto's ... read more
The Northwest corner of Queen and Yonge down through the years.
Then. The Sun Tavern. Prior to 1825. If the sketch is accurate, the Sun wasn't quite on the corner.
Then. Agricultural Hall, ... read more
August 28, 2012 8:45 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
New federal ridings proposed for the GTA; Rob Ford's credibility under attack; cycling safety and streetcar tracks; Sheppard Ave. East post subway and more news:
Ontario school boards upset by ... read more
TCHC looks to offload Rosedale HQ, Rob Ford's summer adventures (illustrated), renaming Yonge-Dundas Square and the origins of a few of our neighbourhood's names.
Toronto Community Housing CEO ... read more
Las Vegas gambling mogul visits Rob Ford to lobby for casino; Toronto Police can 'absorb' cost of salary hike, says councillor; let the internet teach you how to read TTC signals; and more ... read more
August 23, 2012 11:03 am | by Anonymous | Comments
Stretching along the east side of the Don Valley, the community of Riverdale has been an integral part of Toronto since being annexed in the late 19th Century. Bound by the Don River, Danforth ... read more
Yonge-Dundas Square seeks new name, Dave Chappelle surprise visits Rob Ford, Jack Layton remembered one year later and something's growing atop UofT's architecture building.
The search for a ... read more
August 22, 2012 9:37 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
Rob Ford refuses a driver; facelift of Nathan Phillips Square months behind schedule; Ossington to get a Starbucks; look who's coming to TIFF and more:
Nathan Phillips Square facelift months ... read more
Toronto film industry reclaims contentious G20 jail, Centreville at risk of losing contract of 67 years, social housing list continues to grow and celebrate Yonge kicks off.
Film studio that ... read more
Then. St. Michael's Hospital, Bond Street. Looks to be 1910-ish? Read a bit of history here.
Now. April 2012. Amazingly, I do believe the old structure is still there underneath all that. I ... read more