Monthly Archives: March 2021
What does Pape Avenue have in common with bees, dragonflies, and basketball?
Action Needed Please!!!
Preserve Queen Street’s great buildings. Developers have their eye on almost all of them, if not all of them and the development business is already making its views known. Please write in support of saving our buildings to: email@example.com Here is the background info: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.PB22.3 My letter: Please pass on to the Toronto Preservation BoardContinue reading “Action Needed Please!!!”
The Story of a Marsh — Now a Harbor
Queen Street East: 709-737 Queen Street East Broadview Ave to Lewis Street, Riverside
Logan Avenue, 1890-1895
When we look at a photo, especially an old photo, we get the big picture but often miss the details that make the shot tell a story. And there’s even more details that unfolded once I dug into my files. They say that the devil is in the details, but so is the treasure! WhenContinue reading “Logan Avenue, 1890-1895”