Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods. Uncover the stories behind some of the city’s many localities.
This exhibit looks at how municipal regulation and control of private residential space in Toronto has influenced and shaped some of the city’s neighbourhoods.
In the 1950s and 60s the population of Etobicoke grew from less than 40,000 to over 200,000. This exhibit highlights a small selection of images showing that development.
The Township of North York was established in 1922. This exhibit explores the development of the municipality from farmland to modern metropolis.