History of Kew Williams Cottage finally recognized

One of the most historic sites in the East End, Kew Williams Cottage, will be receiving a historic plaque from Heritage Toronto at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12. Finally, because of organizations like the Beach and East Toronto Historical Society, Friends of Kew Williams Cottage, the Toronto Heritage Board, the Toronto Beach Rotary Club, […]

Glen Manor home offers a window on the history of the Beach

The Beach, as it has been officially known since the 2007 electoral referendum, has seen a long-standing debate over its name.  Even the municipal referendum to determine the neighbourhood street signs had to be held twice in an effort to come to some sort of resolution between the Beach and the Beaches camps. As the […]