“Twenty acres of downtown Toronto—more than a hundred buildings—were on fire.” Adam Bunch draws together photographs and online resources about the Great Toronto Fire of 1904 including, incredibly, film footage. [The Toronto Dreams Project]
“When will reality bite Ford?” John Lorinc wonders if a Walkerton-type disaster will bring the Ford honeymoon to an end. [spacingtoronto]
Mover and shaker. Dana Lacey follows the move of Torontoist editor David Topping to OpenFile Toronto. [The Canadian Journalism Project]
“Ron Thom wrote that Robarts Library represents everything in architecture that’s arrogant and wrong.” Christopher Hume examines the $42 million refurb of Fort Book. [thestar.com]
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