Posts Filed Under: Eaton’s
How Torontonians marked the end of Europe's Second World War.
A brief 1970s experiment turned our main drag into a pedestrian-only zone.
A sampling of holiday-themed ads, featuring merry messages from brewers, department stores, disgraced politicians, and more.
To mark Remembrance Day in 1948, the department store erected a memorial to fallen employees.
Extensive newsreel collection now available on YouTube reveals glimpses of city's past.
As the shopping mall marks its half-century, we look back at an earlier, groovier anniversary celebration.
With the news that Saks will move into part of the Hudson Bay's flagship store, we look at the history of the landmark downtown site.
As Nordstrom announces its move into the Eaton Centre, a look at the history of the mall's northern anchor space.
To kick off Toronto Bike Month, here's a sampling of Victorian and Edwardian bike advertising, taken from Toronto newspapers.
On the eve of 1970, the department store reflected on the state of the world.
How the seasonal tradition was reborn after Eaton's cancelled it in 1982.
The eventful history of the Church of the Holy Trinity
Beloved by shoppers and blasted by critics, Yorkdale opened 48 years ago this week.
A 1952 profile of our city in one of America's most popular magazines reveals we liked money. A lot.
Vintage Toronto Ads celebrates its fifth anniversary by looking at Eaton's 100th.
With news this week that three bookstores—The Book Mark, Glad Day, and Dragon Lady Comics—are to be sold or closed, we look back at some beloved bookshops from Toronto's past.