Archive for 'Kevin Plummer'
In 1911, a group of prominent Liberal businessmen from Toronto take on the prime minister—and win.
A brazen hold-up and kidnapping in 1929 seemed like a scene from a Hollywood movie.
An unknown Arnold Palmer kicks off his career into gear at the Canadian Open.
Jack Reppen pulls double duty as a cartoonist and a "serious" artist.
Football great "Cookie" Gilchrist's turbulent time in Argonaut double-blue.
Toronto through the years, as seen from above.
Bestselling author Mazo de la Roche's private life with Caroline Clement.
David E. Hornell of Mimico and his flight crew's struggle to survive adrift in the North Atlantic
The palatial steamer named Toronto launched in June 1898.
Over the winter of 1911-12, Dr. Sunder Singh visits Toronto to agitate for immigration reform.
The short-lived but influential magazine overseen by Edmund Carpenter and Marshall McLuhan.
The Toronto Oslers, perennial amateur baseball champions, jump to the professional game.
The double life of Arthur Irwin, baseball star and polygamist.
The Toronto Star's 11 years on the radio airwaves as CFCA.
At the turn of the 20th century, urban life moved at the pace of the horse.
New book explores the legacy of architect John Cresswell Parkin, who dragged an extremely conservative Toronto into the modern age.
John Kluk, a mentally unstable murderer, skulks through the city's Eastern European enclave.
The Underground Railroad's 20-year run serving soul food in Toronto.