City of Toronto Archives, The Globe and Mail Collection, Fonds 1488, Item 6614 The passage quoted below is from the novel, “There Never
Day: November 16, 2011
The City of Toronto Archives, Globe and Mail Collection, Fonds 1488, Item 6614 The Toyland Circus Float in the 1944 Eaton’s Santa Claus Parade
City of Toronto Archives, Series 372, SS 100, Item 457 The above photo illustrates the sight that greeted Torontonians on the morning of December
City of Toronto Archives, Series 372, SS 0100, Item 449 Yonge Street looking north at Richmond Street the day after the great storm of 1944.
December of 2011 is the 67th anniversary of the worst snowstorm to ever descend on Toronto (post #1)
The worst snow storm to ever descend upon Toronto was in December of 1944. It holds the record as the most snow that ever fell