The worst I’ve seen it

The worst I’ve seen it

Posting: The worst I’ve seen it:flooding forces City to shut down popular Toronto Islands

Provenance: From the collection of Ted English
Digitized by: Ted English
Document: Newspaper website. From the website of The National Post
Date of document: 05-19-2017
By-line: None stated
Images by: Nathan Delette, The Canadian Press

The worst I’ve seen it.pdf

Breaking Point -Toronto Island erosion

Breaking Point -Toronto Island erosion

Breaking Point – Toronto Island Erosion

  • Created by: NOW Magazine
  • By-Line: Enzo DiMatteo
  • Date: 09-14-2017
  • Provenance: Assembled by Ted English from NOW website;  TRCA documents via Eric Zhelka
  • Notes: See updates from The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority posted further below this article on this page.

… and from The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority:

Island Ignorance – Islanders’ legal rights

Island Ignorance – Islanders’ legal rights

Island Ignorance – Islanders’ legal rights

  • Created by:  Eye Magazine
  • By-line:  Jennifer Prittie
  • Date:  2002-10-17
  • Provenance:  From the collection of Ted English
  • Digitized by: Ted English from an original copy of the publication. Deteriorated text has been enhanced.
  • Notes:


Shivering? That’s For City Folk

Shivering? That’s For City Folk

Shivering? That’s For City Folk

Provenance: From the collection of Ted English
Digitized by: Ted English
Document: From the website of the New York Times newspaper, Text reformatted
Date of document: 01-16-2018
By-line: Catherine Porter
Images by: Aaron Vincent Elkaim, for the New York Times

Shivering That’s For City Folk.pdf

Trillium ferry gets tuned up

Trillium ferry gets tuned up

Trillium ferry gets tuned up after 107 years spent on Toronto’s waterfront

Provenance: From the collection of Ted Engish
Digitized by: Ted English
Document: Website of the Toronto Star newspaper. Textreformatted.
Date of document: 05-07-2017
By-line: Ben Spurr – Star transportation reporter
Photographs by: Richard Lautens – Toronto Star

Trillium ferry gets tuned up after 107 years Sunday.pdf