September 16, 2011 9:50 am | by Jeff Low | Comments
Then: Northeast corner of Grace and Mansfield, 1916. "Church of St. Francis of Assisi. Arthur W. Holmes, Architect."
Now: June 2011. The houses on the left are still there. I wonder (wishful ... read more
For support falls as Toronto residents overwhelmingly reject service cuts, residents rally against Mississauga power plant, experts unite to block Fords' Port Lands plans + more news.
Ford support ... read more
September 15, 2011 3:30 pm | by Anonymous | Comments
Heritage Toronto has just announced that the 2011 Heritage Toronto Special Achievement Award will be awarded to the late Paul Oberman, a trailblazer in the fields of real estate, architecture, and ... read more
September 15, 2011 9:33 am | by Jeff Low | Comments
Then: Queen and Bolton, looking northeast. (Another picture sourced by UT-er 'ValsHere'.) Seems to be the same vintage as yesterday's picture.. let's call it "1982" as well, although there is no ... read more
Ontario election campaigns not focusing enough on gridlock poll finds, rookie Toronto councillor pulls support for Ford's waterfront plan, Rob Ford's approval rating plummets in new poll + more ... read more
September 14, 2011 7:49 am | by Jeff Low | Comments
Then: 25 Front Street East, circa 1891. "Warehouse of Messrs. Hickson, Duncan & Co." I wonder what kind of trade they were in?
Now: June 2011. This is 27 Front Street East, so I think I'm ... read more
Mayor's newly released budget strategy sets stage for battles; TTC proposes fare hike, job cuts and longer wait times; privatizing the zoo and more.
Mayors newly released budget strategy sets ... read more
Yorkville bows to the new TIFF King, Centennial College's new library, Waterfront Toronto 'keen to collaborate' on Port Lands and more.
Privatization fears: Much ado about nothing? (Globe ... read more
New Port Lands plan willcost taxpayers $270-million, cyclists should know their place, TTC imports Aussie executive and more.
New Port Lands plan will cost taxpayers $270-million (Globe & ... read more
September 7, 2011 9:50 am | by Jeff Low | Comments
Then. Annette Street Public Library, circa 1909.
Now. June 2011. Sorry about the light — the entire face of this north facing building is in shadow, that's the way it is with north facing ... read more