Posts Filed Under: Remembrance Day
To mark Remembrance Day in 1948, the department store erected a memorial to fallen employees.
A guide to the ceremonies and events that will take place across the city on November 11.
Enemy aliens were imprisoned in Toronto during the First World War.
An interactive map lets you browse the homes of Torontonians who died in the first world war.
At U of T's annual Soldiers' Tower ceremony, one man shares his story about living, working, and surviving in Nazi Germany.
The women who were prepared to defend Toronto in 1915.
This weekend: Alice gets the ballet treatment, a massive poetry competition returns, a Hannah Montana producer drops by Monkey Toast, Toronto remembers its war heroes, and more.
There are lots of ceremonies to choose from on Sunday. Here are a few.
As a Mail and Empire headline put it when word spread that the First World War was over, the "city celebrated in orgy of joy."
As the First World War drew to a close, Torontonians raised millions of dollars in financial relief for the war effort.
In today's UP: Remembrance Day ceremonies, the Museum of Indulgence exhibit opens, Unspent Love launches in paperback, Tapestry New Opera opens a pub, and Dawn Whitwell brings her solo show from the Edinburgh Fringe.