Archive for 'Jamie Bradburn'
Foibles, quips, and town pride—how the "Mayor of All the People" brought the human touch to City Hall.
From women to tenants to 18-year-olds—the evolution of the city's voting rights since 1834.
Hans Fread, Canada's first celebrity television chef, rarely kept opinions to himself.
City's pop-up museums let Torontonians get up close and personal with local history.
Olivia Chow, John Tory, and David Soknacki discussed history, the Ontario Municipal Board, and the concept of a Toronto museum.
From kitschy nostalgia to Group of Seven artwork, a look back at more than a century of CNE posters.
A look at the historical buildings we've preserved and the architectural icons we didn't save.
A stubborn scrapper who declared, "If anyone’s going to stab me in the back, I want to be there."
The 1966 East York municipal election saw two female incumbents, Beth Nealson and True Davidson, run for mayor.
The nearly 125-year-old building at Queen and Dovercourt is looking for the public's help to keep its doors open.
In which a future mayor gets whacked on the nose by his future opponent.
Resort-style relaxation by the Don Valley.
Wednesday's closure of the Grid brings a 23-year odyssey to an end.
Why Toronto didn't officially proclaim Lesbian and Gay Pride Day until 1991.
The latest phase of the neighbourhood's revitalization officially opened on the first day of summer.
Celebrations, protests, and community action in the 1970s that made Toronto's Pride possible.
A populist who never met a hand he wouldn't shake.
Olympic-style drama mixed with physically disabled athletic triumphs in Etobicoke.