- – Uncategorized –
- Coming Together at Yonge and Dundas: Liberation, Subcultures and Media
- Covering Up: Censoring Sexualised Bodies around Yonge & Dundas
- Nostalgic for Sam: The Circulation of Consumption
- On and Off the Street: Is Homelessness a Social Problem?
- Permanence and Circulation: Toronto's Maleable History
- The Heart of Downtown: Yonge Street as Gateway
Category Archives: Permanence and Circulation: Toronto’s Maleable History
The Yonge Dundas area is constantly in motion. The hustle and bustle of shoppers, the influx and outflow of traffic, pedestrians coming to and fro. Sometimes it’s difficult to image the area as anything but a perpetual state of activity. … Continue reading
Dundas Street has been referred to as one of Toronto arterial streets. It currently is one of the few streets within the city that links both the east and west ends of the city to the downtown core.
“In the 1870s and 1880s, electricity transformed from an experimental curiosity into something practical that could light cities and moves vehicles about. The 1880s found John Joseph Wright, an English immigrant, experimenting with electricity in a small shop near Yonge … Continue reading