276 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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Adrienne CLARKSON Ont. Speaking to anti-free trade crowd outside Victoria College. U of T.
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COMMERCE COURT (TORONTO) OLD AND NEW COMMERCE COURT TOWERS, VISIBLE THROUGH NEW, ANGULAR LIGHTWELL, HELPS ORIENT SHOPPER IN UNDERGROUND MALL; NEW GLASS OVERHANG PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS AND OUT DOOR-CAFE TABLES FROM RAIN.
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BLACK CREEK CONSERVATION AREA Kate Shapero, an historical interpreter at Black Creek Pioneer Village prepares wool for making Christmas decorations
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WHEEL TRANS THE ENTRANCE OF NEW STEPLESS BUS BEING MANUFACTURED IN MISSISSAGUA "KNEELS" FOR PEOPLE IN WHEELCHAIRS, AS DEMONSTRATED BY TORONTO TANSIT COMMISSION'S ADVISORY GROUP ON ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION, WHO RECOMMENDED BUYING 100 OF THE LOW-FLOOR BUSES, ESTIMATED COST $35.6 MILLION.
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WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM (Buffalo) Buffalo baseball fans gather at War Memorial Stadium (Old Rockpile) yesterday to watch Bisons play Nashville Sounds in American Association game.
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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