Posts Filed Under: Fort York
The 24,000-square-foot centre is both a gateway and an interpretative hub for the Fort York National Historic Site.
The city's newest library features flexible design, hi-tech tools, and a whole lot of breathing room.
Here are nine intriguing and/or spooky sites that will be opening their doors at Doors Open for the very first time.
In light of the latest study on the Gardiner, a look at how the expressway developed.
To celebrate 10 years of existence, local record label Arts & Crafts delivered a festival filled with music, food, and fun.
Fort York's new visitor centre, scheduled to open in 2014, is starting to come together.
Scenes from Saturday's celebrations of the 200th anniversary of the battle.
Local government wasn't always so keen on maintaining Fort York.
A new website takes a cartographic approach to charting Toronto's past.
It has been almost exactly two centuries since the Americans sacked what would one day become Toronto.
Area residents gathered to talk about the merits of a new, cheaper alignment for the Fort York bridge, and also a nearby condo.
Is Grenadier Pond named for British grenadiers who drowned there during the War of 1812? Or is there a more likely explanation?
Today: Learn to craft your heritage story; Steam Whistle launches its October art exhibit; and The War of 1812: Been There, Won That screens under the stars at Fort York.
First-ever Toronto edition of Riot Fest proves that punks don't really age, they just start eating better.
Is there really a tunnel leading from Fort York to the Wheat Sheaf Tavern?
Despite rain, white-clad picnickers managed to enjoy themselves at Toronto's first official Dîner en Blanc.
The Toronto edition of the Hard Festival left attendees sweaty and happy.
A look at Toronto's War of 1812 Monument in the Old Military Burying Ground, the first British cemetery in York—and a history of our tendency to neglect our history.