On the northeast corner of Wellington and Yonge is an impressive structure that was once the site of a neo-classical bank building. The impressive structure
Month: June 2012
Stamp issued by Canada Post in 1949 on the occasion of Newfoundland’s Confederation with Canada. We can all lament that in the year the stamp
When walking past the fence around Osgoode Hall, I sometimes reflect on the fact that it was erected the same year that Canada was born.
In 1798, the site of today’s King Edward hotel at 37 King Street East was where the town of York had constructed its first jail.
The building on Bay Street that at one time housed the Toronto Stock Exchange was deigned by the architectural firm of George and Moorehouse,
For several decades, the impressive Canada Life Building at 330 University Avenue was one of the tallest structures in the city. The 15-storey building was
The land occupied by Clarence Square was at one time a part of the military reserve attached to Fort York. It was laid out in