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Jun 13, 2021

Let’s take a walk down Carlaw! We’re gonna talk about factories, maraschino cherries, TRAINS, tragic deaths, unions, WAR and so much more. Taking a little break but will be back with new episodes soon.


Walk-Along Info:

Walk length: 30ish min

Walkability: flat, sidewalks

Start: Overpass at Gerrard St. E. & Carlaw...

Dundas & Carlaw Sources

Jun 13, 2021



Purdy, Sean. “‘It Was Tough on Everybody’: Low-Income Families and Housing Hardship in Post-World War II Toronto.” Journal of Social History, vol. 37, no. 2, 2003, pp. 457–482. JSTOR, Accessed 5 June 2021.


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Heritage Analysis Report

May 19, 2021

Wanted to share a quick update! 

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Apr 29, 2021

We're back! Let's explore Yorkville, today known as being very expensive and fancy, but historically pretty grounded in the working class- and hippies. 

Walk-Along Info:

Walk length: 45ish min

Walkability: flat, sidewalks

Start: Hazelton and Scollard 

Finish: Yonge and Davenport