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Toronto Sketches 12

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Mike Filey brings the stories of Toronto, its people and places, to life.

Mike Filey’s column “The Way We Were” first appeared in the Toronto Sunday Sun not long after the paper’s first edition hit newsstands on September 16, 1973. Now, almost four decades later, Filey’s column has had an uninterrupted stretch as one of the newspaper’s most widely read features. In 1992, a number of his columns were reprinted in Toronto Sketches: “The Way We Were.” Since then another eleven volumes have been published to great success, with over 5,000 copies sold.

In his latest compilation, Filey recounts the story of the controversial (though not altogether surprising) renovations at Union Station, as well as the history of Toronto’s own Kennedy family.

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Publisher: Dundurn Press

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  • ISBN: 9781459731714
  • File size: 11347 KB
  • Release date: October 17, 2015

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781459731714
  • File size: 11347 KB
  • Release date: October 17, 2015

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OverDrive Read
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subjects

History Nonfiction

Languages

English

Mike Filey brings the stories of Toronto, its people and places, to life.

Mike Filey’s column “The Way We Were” first appeared in the Toronto Sunday Sun not long after the paper’s first edition hit newsstands on September 16, 1973. Now, almost four decades later, Filey’s column has had an uninterrupted stretch as one of the newspaper’s most widely read features. In 1992, a number of his columns were reprinted in Toronto Sketches: “The Way We Were.” Since then another eleven volumes have been published to great success, with over 5,000 copies sold.

In his latest compilation, Filey recounts the story of the controversial (though not altogether surprising) renovations at Union Station, as well as the history of Toronto’s own Kennedy family.

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