Film shows Canada’s artistic range

In less than one year Canada will celebrate its 150th birthday, also known as a sesquicentennial. To celebrate the birthday, a group of dedicated filmmakers from across Canada have come together to create what can only be described as a visually stunning 360 degree cinematic masterpiece. Jen Scott, Beach resident and director of original content […]

A tour of former East Toronto: Part 2

Read part one of the history of the former town of East Toronto. After its initial formation in 1888 to serve employees and businesses serving the Grand Trunk Railway yard bounded by Main Street to the west, Victoria Park Avenue to the east, Danforth to the north and Gerrard Street to the south, the village […]

A tour through the former town of East Toronto

I have been asked several times about the town of East Toronto: Where was it? What is it? Here we go, my historical friends. The Town of East Toronto was a separate municipality from the current city of Toronto. It had its own elected politicians, including a mayor, aldermen, police department, schools, fire department, etc. […]