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Prince Harry poses with Canadian team co-captain Natacha Dupuis in front of the Blue Barracks on September 29 during the rain-soaked finals of the archery competition. Photo by Bob Kennedy

The latest edition of Fife and Drum, the quarterly journal produced by the Friends of Fort York, was just released. Here’s some of what you’ll find inside.

  1. Invictus Games at Fort York by Bruce Kidd
  2. In Review: Always Ready: A History of the Royal Regiment of Canada.
  3. Canada Day at Reveley Lodge
  4.  Preserving the Robinson Cottages
  5. Fort York and The Telegram’s Photographic Archives
  6. Fort York’s Apiary Alive and Well
  7. Recipe for a ‘Crustade’
  8. Ancient Human-Powered Transportation Coming to The Bentway

All free!

You can download a PDF of the current issue hereHere you’ll also find back issues of Fife and Drum to download.

Fife & Drum lists upcoming events and recent goings-on at the fort, but it also has, since the Friends began publishing it in 1996, exhaustively researched essays and stories about the fort, Toronto and related history. I serve as volunteer director on the Friends of Fort York board, the volunteer advocacy organization that has helped look after the interests of City of Toronto’s premier museum site.