Archive for 'Jamie Bradburn'
Toronto's ceramic-art museum unveiled the first Canadian installation of artist Jun Kaneko's work.
How two landmark apartment complexes helped Toronto face one of its earliest housing crises.
What we know today as Wychwood Barns was once part of a bold, early experiment in Toronto public transit.
Before it could become the influential industry event it is today, TIFF had to do battle with Ontario's official censors.
Behind the beautiful music, Canada's first stand-alone commercial FM station experienced turbulence.
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville's once-glamorous shopping mall, has fallen on hard times—but a planned facelift could give it new life.
It used to be an art-deco marvel, and now it's about to become condos. Here's a look back at the history of the Loblaw Groceterias building.
A visual tour of the Canadian National Exhibition's history—from fires, to freak shows, to fried food.
As Yonge-Dundas Square celebrates its tenth anniversary, a look at how it evolved.
Had a provincial minister had his way in the 1970s, the historic prison would have been wiped from the landscape.
As renovations near, a look at the history of Massey Hall.
Imagining possibilities for the future of Mirvish Village.
A new statue honouring the late media mogul was unveiled at Rogers Centre on Tuesday.
A look back at the Bloor and Bathurst retail landmark's colourful, pun-filled history.
A look at past, present, and future efforts to control flooding in the Don Valley.
Four months after his release in 1990 from decades of imprisonment, Nelson Mandela visited Toronto.
A new police station scores two honours at the 2013 Pug Awards for architecture.
The City of Toronto Archives shows off its collection of street photography.