The future of a city can change in an instant, a fate Toronto has experienced many times over. It may come from the stroke of a pen (amalgamation in 1998) or from a spark (the Great Fire of 1904). In a quest to understand how Toronto has arrived at this point in time, the editors and contributors of Spacing magazine have compiled 25 dates that altered the course of the city’s history.
Title: 25 Days that Changed Toronto
Author: Matthew Blackett and Dylan Reid (editors)
Publisher: Spacing Media
Dimensions: 3 1/2" x 5" x 1/4"; 136 pages