Canada: History, Identity and Culture
Begin by exploring Toronto’s neighborhoods virtually. This Toronto Public Library site has an interactive map and a link different area’s history (and cool images too!):Historical Neighbourhood Resources or this one from Toronto Neighbourhoods.net.
Be sure to always track and cite your sources (in MLA) including photos and images too.
Other suggested resources:
- View this NFB video on Boom town Toronto
- Toronto demographics on the City of Toronto website
- Learn more about your region, explore this Toronto Neighbourhood guide website
- History of Toronto neighbourhoods, Wikipedia be sure to examine the references and talk tab to gain more insight.
- Resources and links from York University City Institute
- Get Interactive With Historical Toronto Maps
- Visit and search for articles from the Torontoist, Spacing or this real estate website
Use advanced search techniques to find reliable, academic websites on your specific neighborhood.
Ask a teacher-librarian for additional database suggestions.
Highly Recommended: visit a local library branch, ask to see local historical documents.