Posts Filed Under: 1970s
Forty-five years ago today, the Leafs won the Stanley Cup. Here's some of what's happened since.
But what the outdoor columnist wanted was an exit from the Telegram.
As CBC Radio's traffic reporter signs off after four decades on the air, we look back at the beginning of his broadcasting career.
When 555 Sherbourne opened in St. James Town, it offered all the conveniences any 1970s apartment dweller could want.
Friday's firing of the Maple Leafs coach might have been nostalgic for him.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy a meal prepared by a "sandwich virgin."
After years of study by the TTC, Torontonians were finally able to purchase a transit pass in 1980, even if it cost more than Montreal's.
Before the Internet Archive, the Coles Canadiana Collection revived out-of-print historical works.
Frank Zappa's ensemble were a sensation at Maple Leaf Gardens in 1973.
The landmark's evolution from a showcase of the province's achievements to a family amusement park.
A revamp of the Telegram's book page in 1971 didn't please everyone.
Was "Canada's National Magazine" hoping the rest of the country would hate Toronto more or was there love hidden under the sensational headlines?
In 1978, Neil Young performed a set at Maple Leaf Gardens that came out of the blue and went into the black.
The presence and removal of Occupy Toronto are only the latest in a series of many changes in this history-rich site's appearance.
Celebrate the grand opening of a childhood favourite's newest location!
Sharing the good life at a 1970s condo on the western edge of Etobicoke.
In his typically over-the-top style, veteran Toronto newspaper columnist McKenzie Porter's provided pointers on when and where to use the bathroom.
But the Bruins hockey legend didn't turn out to be the Tim Horton of pizza.