Since The Heart of Toronto was released two months ago, I’ve had the chance to talk about my research with some of Canada’s longest-running and hardest-working history podcasts.
I’m excited to see my research on Yonge Street and the remaking of downtown Toronto getting closer and closer to publication.
The Brass Rail, for decades one of the most visible sexual entertainment venues on downtown Yonge Street, is finally closing its doors. I was interviewed on the subject by Oliver Moore of the Globe and Mail.
A review essay that asks: Is it time for a reassessment of the history of 1970s urban reform in Toronto?
In this post, I look back at nearly two centuries of real (and imagined) rivalry between Canada’s two metropoles.
A post that looks at Rob Ford’s legal troubles in light of past cases of municipal conflict of interest in Canada.