This photo of Sunnyside Beach was taken in July of 2011. Viewing the site today, it is difficult to imagine that from the 1922 until
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In mid-winter, recalling the sunshine of Toronto’s Sunnyside Beach
The Bathing Pavilion at Sunnyside in July of 2012. The building was opened to the public in 1922. During the dreary days of Toronto’s mid-winter,
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Toronto’s architectural gems–the George Brown home on Beverley Street.
The magnificent three-story house at 186 Beverley Street, a short distance north of Dundas Street, was the home of the George Brown, a father of