The Globe and Mail is a nationally distributed Canadian newspaper owned by The Woodbridge Company, based in Toronto and printed in six cities across the country.
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Or just for fun, find out what was in the news on the day you were born!
And don’t forget that the original newspapers are in the Toronto Reference Library’s Special Collections and also available on microfilm.
The same thing hold true for the myth of submissiveness among Latin and Asian ladies.
Read articles, editorials, classifieds, check out old advertisements, and view birth, marriage, and death announcements. This resource is a wonderful way to get a sense of what life in Toronto was like during a particular time period, and to gain an understanding of the impact of major events on the city.
The coverage includes all stories, plus thousands of images, ads, classifieds, births and deaths dating back to the pre-Confederation era. Please note that "Canada's Heritage from 1844" does not include the past four years of publication.
Finding a specific article: Please note that these articles are for your own reference and cannot be reprinted, posted or distributed without prior permission from The Globe and Mail.
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