During the early years of the 20th century, there were no bridges over the railway tracks that crossed Yonge and Bay Streets. During the summer
This is the story of a church Christmas concert in the 1920s in a small fishing community in Newfoundland. It is based on the memories
Many of us retain fond memories of the church concerts and pageants of our youth. Each year, my brother and I were given either a
The Christmas windows at the Bay truly become magical at night. The darkness deepens the colours and the there is no reflection on the glass.
The St. Lawrence Market at Front and Jarvis Streets, named after the patron saint of Canada, opened in November of 1803. The governor at the
Walking the Pathway under Toronto’s downtown buildings, I discovered an amazing Christmas display of gingerbread houses, each created by a different artist. The exhibit is