Posts Filed Under: John Sewell
The downtown attraction debuted 40 years ago with pomp and free shoe horns.
Prejudiced articles from a newsletter exacerbated tensions between the police, homosexuals, and other minority groups.
A look at the development of the amusement park, which turns 35 this year.
The province refused to renew John Sewell's contract as chairman of the Metropolitan Toronto Housing Authority in 1988, which blew up in its face
In all its incarnations, the transportation heartbeat of the city.
Thirty years ago today, Scarborough entered a new chapter in its public transit history that was proclaimed at the time as the greatest day in its history.
As Xtra winds down its print edition, a look at the pioneering gay journal that spawned it.
David Crombie and reformist council candidates rode upon a wave of discontent to capture City Hall in 1972.
Celebrations, protests, and community action in the 1970s that made Toronto's Pride possible.
Had a provincial minister had his way in the 1970s, the historic prison would have been wiped from the landscape.
The province wants to build a casino in Toronto. If history is any indication, the odds of anything actually happening aren't good.
Three former mayors make a case against casinos.
The eventful history of the Church of the Holy Trinity
Toronto Police Accountability Coalition try to populate the huge space between friend and enemy by speaking in facts instead of emotion.
On the 50th anniversary of Jane Jacobs' The Death and Life of Great American Cities, four former Toronto mayors gather to discuss her work.
The national leader began his political career reshaping policy at City Hall.