The 1960-61 construction of a new bridge on Bayview Avenue over the West Don River, by the Metropolitan Toronto government.
Learn about the massive public works project that bridged a river valley and stitched a growing city together.
See panoramic photographs of armed forces battalions, downtown Toronto, construction projects and more.
Donald Moore was a community leader and civil rights activist who fought to change Canada's exclusionary immigration laws.
As part of the City's celebrations of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee, the Archives looks back to some of her previous visits to our city.
CKGW was a radio station owned and operated by distiller Gooderham and Worts, that broadcast from the King Edward hotel in the 1920s and 1930s.
A celebration of the 125th anniversary of Toronto Public Health through photographs and documents from the city's and predecessor municipalities' health departments.
An introduction to the history and records of the Alumnae Association of the School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital, 1894–2010.
As part of the city's 175th anniversary celebration, this special exhibit looked at what Toronto was like in 1834.
This exhibit highlights some of the extensive architectural records housed at the Archives, from the 1840s to the present day.
100 Years of Public Control Over Private Space
A look at the influences that shaped the city's neighbourhoods
February is Black History month. Toronto has had a black population from its earliest days as a settlement. Find out what resources the Archives has to learn more.
View photographs by Peter MacCallum of the demolition of the Gardiner Expressway East from the City of Toronto Archives online.