219 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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BICYCLES ANDREW TOOLE CYCLES DOWN YONGE STREET ON HIS WAY TO WORK IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. WHEN HE TRAVELS TO ENGLAND, HE SAYS, THE COLLAPSIBLE BIKE GOES ALONG WITH HIM BY PLANE TO SAVE TAXI FARES IN LONDON.
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WINDSURFING Paul Mounder of Toronto captures 18-and under youth board sailing championship Saturday at Toronto s Balmy Beach.
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CHILDREN Jamie Hill, 2, finds out the hard way it does not pay to take his eyes off Barley, the family pet, when holding an ice cream. The daylight robbery occurred at Woodbine Beach.
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PICKETS BLOCK CARS AND DELAY ENTRANCE TO YORK UNIVERSITY ON FIRST DAY OF STRIKE BY FACULTY ASSOCIATION ON MARCH 20, 1997. Photo by Edward Regan / The Globe and Mail. [On March 20, 1997, the York University Faculty Association (YUFA) walk off the job after the administration remove articles dealing with retirement from their collective agreement. The focus turns from retirement and class sizes to wage inequalities when late in the strike YUFA members realize female faculty earned an average of $13,500 less per year than male faculty – their new slogan becomes "Equity Now." A number of their demands are met, and, after 54 days, the strike ends, May 13, 1997.] Source: Excalibur
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JACK LAYTON. TORONTO. POLITICIAN JACK LAYTON (LEFT), LIZ AMER AND DALE MARTIN CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORIES LAST NIGHT IN THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION IN METRO TORONTO.
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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