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The story of Kathleen Blake Coleman, pioneering female journalist and war correspondent.
In 1977 the team got together for the very first time.
Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.
An Irish nationalist's attempt to embarrass the governor general provoked mob scenes in May 1887.
Touting the power of the Victorian equivalent of Craigslist.
Mayoral races, reflections on Christmas, and other stories behind the headlines of 125 years ago.
Telegram offered plenty for families at its holiday fair in 1969, including Blinky!
Over Halloween weekend in 1971, the Toronto newspaper landscape shifted dramatically.
Hint: it's the one that no longer exists.
For much of the 20th century, drama critic Herbert Whittaker watched Canadian theatre evolve.
Half a century ago, Torontonians celebrated the independence of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.
The conclusion of a two-part look at a nearly forgotten Toronto newspaper.
Part one of a two-part look at a nearly forgotten Toronto newspaper.
But what the outdoor columnist wanted was an exit from the
How Torontonians learned about the Titanic disaster a century ago.
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time proved fatal for the founder of the
Every morning for over 40 years, a maverick thinker and politician presented his views to Toronto and the nation.
On the wall of public opinion, the
Mail sat supreme.