Archive for 'Kevin Plummer'
The story of Leonard and Gwendolyn Johnston's venerable Black-culture bookstore.
William McDougall, Canadian witness to the Gettysburg Address.
The impressive, inspiring, and possibly unsportsmanlike athletic exploits of Ned Hanlan.
A review of Richard White's Planning Toronto
Over the winter of 1911-12, Dr. Sunder Singh visits Toronto to agitate for immigration reform.
The evolution of the city's once most elegant streetscape.
Robert Wilkes' pre-secret ballot federal election campaigns in Toronto Centre.
Part Two of a look at Toronto's late 1930s gambling kingpin, Manny Feder.
Part One of a look at Toronto's Depression-era gambling kingpin, Manny Feder.
The scandal-plagued career of Toronto's "most incompetent and clownish" police chief.
Frederick Griffin, the ace reporter of the Star, spends the summer of 1932 touring the USSR.
The Standard Theatre as a centre of Jewish cultural life in Toronto.
Before the Pan Am Games, boxers Sammy Luftspring and Frankie Genovese gave Toronto world-class competition.
The Canadian Historical Exhibition stirs nationalist sentiment in June 1899.
The Mississaugas' thriving agricultural village on the Credit River, 1826-1847.
The repercussions of the 1796 killing of a Mississaugas chief.
The ambitious but short-lived Conness-Till movie studio in Swansea.