WATCH: Amazing archival videos of Toronto Pride 1988-1995

Between 1988 and 1995 (save for 1991 when he did not have a camera) Toronto editor and filmmaker James Leahy documented Toronto Pride... Read More

RELEASE: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden Is Looking For Your Expertise

Are you looking for a way to get involved in a culturally diverse organization in the heart of Chinatown? Are you passionate about... Read More

Book Review: Atlas of Cities

Editor: Paul Knox (Princeton University Press, 2014) With cities at the centre of all major global phenomena—from climate change to... Read More

Vancouver’s Built Legacy: Hotel Georgia

It was the Roaring Twenties and Vancouver was a city of optimism. Amid a building boom that opened the Orpheum theatre and expanded... Read More

Making places for Toronto’s Queer history

By Ed Jackson In June, 2016, U.S. President Barack Obama proclaimed the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar on Christopher Street in New York... Read More

The short, mysterious life of the Beard Building

The Beard Building is a historical enigma. Toronto’s first skyscraper, the 7-storey building was constructed in 1895 to designs... Read More

2017 Top 10 Endangered Sites Bus Tour – June 18th

Via: Heritage Vancouver Climb aboard a Transit Museum Society (TRAMS) historic bus for an exclusive guided tour of Heritage... Read More

Book Review: Blood, Sweat, and Fear

Author: Eve Lazarus (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2017) In recent years, Vancouver has enjoyed a renaissance of histories exploring the... Read More

Sweet Success: The Legacy of the Rogers Family (Part Two)

Last week we told the story of sugar magnate B.T. Rogers whose entrepreneurial spirit resulted in a 127-year-old industry and an... Read More

Book Review – Bike Boom: The Unexpected Resurgence of Cycling

Author: Carlton Reid (Island Press, 2017) “Not only is bicycle travel human scaled, healthful, and non-polluting, but it turns out to... Read More