Archive for 'Kevin Plummer'
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.
The black community's campaign to rid Toronto schools of the offensive children's book.
What prompted a bobbed-haired choir singer to join her brother-in-law to rob a bank?
After-hours clubs and the West Indian music scene of the 1960s.
Calypso as a pop culture fad or a fact of life in 1950s Toronto.
How Toronto's City Dairy became one of the largest dairies in the British Empire.
Businessman and professor S.M. Wickett's early effort to form a regional government for the Greater Toronto Area.
R.J. Fleming's self-made rise from schoolyard fist fights in Cabbagetown to the mayor's office.
Chapman and Oxley's architectural impact on Toronto.
"Lol" Solman, once "Canada’s Uncrowned Amusement King," is all but forgotten today.