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Descriptive catalogue of the provincial exhibition, at Toronto, September, 1858, with an historical and descriptive sketch of the City of Toronto, and a digest of the proceedings of the agricultural association since its formation.

Toronto Provincial Exhibition.
Fonte: Toronto : Wiman, Publicador: Toronto : Wiman,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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The conditions of female labour in Ontario.

Scott, Jean Thomson; University of Toronto.
Fonte: Toronto: Warwick & Sons, Publicador: Toronto: Warwick & Sons,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Preliminary report of the engineer, on the survey of the various routes, for the proposed ship canal, to connect the waters of Lakes Huron & Ontario at Toronto, to the president of the Board of Trade, January 22, 1857.

Tully, Kivas; Board of Trade of Metropolitan Toronto.
Fonte: Toronto, Thompson & Co., Prs., Publicador: Toronto, Thompson & Co., Prs.,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Constitution and laws and rules of order of the grand lodge of the ancient order of united workmen of the province of Ontario.

Ancient Order of United Workmen, Ontario.
Fonte: Toronto, Hunter, Rose Co., Publicador: Toronto, Hunter, Rose Co.,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Catalogue of specimens in the Ontario archaeological museum Toronto.

Ontario Archaeological Museum, Toronto.
Fonte: Toronto, Warwick, Publicador: Toronto, Warwick,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Pioneer farm and the Wabigoon country, Rainy River district : a new section opened for settlement : information as to the country and its capabilities : an account of the farm established there by the Ontario Government.

Ontario. Department of Agriculture.
Fonte: Toronto : Ontario Department of Agriculture, Publicador: Toronto : Ontario Department of Agriculture,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Wabigoon country, Rainy River district : Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto, April 1, 1898 : The progress of the settlement at Dryden.

Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture.
Fonte: Toronto : Ontario Department of Agriculture, Publicador: Toronto : Ontario Department of Agriculture,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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Toronto Lodge of Perfection

Williams, Edie; Cameron, Chantal
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Outros
EN
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On April 25, 1878 at an informal meeting of members of the Toronto Chapter of Rose Croix a petition was presented for a warrant for a Lodge of Perfection. The Toronto Lodge of Perfection of the Scottish Rite Masonry in the Valley of Toronto held its inaugural meeting in Toronto, Ont. on May 22 1878 with support and approval of the Supreme Council for Canada. From time to time, the name of the chapter was also known as the Toronto Grand Lodge of Perfection, but was dropped permanently in 1884. The group continues to meet today in Toronto, Ontario.; Fonds consists of minute books of the Toronto Lodge of Perfection, 1878-1992. Enclosed in some of the books are financial documents, correspondence and lodge calendars.

General Price List, Ontario, 1 January 1924

Ontario Government Dispensaries; Board of License Commissioners for Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
EN
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A general price list from the year 1924 for the province of Ontario. The cover of the list reads: "Ontario Government Dispensaries Conducted Under Direction of Board of License Commissioners for Ontario By Authority of The Ontario Temperance Act. General Price List, Dispensaries sell liquor for medicinal, sacramental, scientific and manufacturing purposes only. The sale of liquor for beverage purposes in the Province of Ontario is prohibited by The Ontario Temperance Act. Dispensaries: No.1-154 Wellington Street West, Toronto; No.2-1271 Dundas Street West, Toronto; No.3-29 Charles Street, Hamilton; No.4-425 Talbot Street, London; No.5-30 Sandwich Street West, Windsor; No.6-Golden Lion Block, Kingston; No.7-92 Kent Street, Ottawa; No.8-109 Simpson Street, Fort William."

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1920

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1921

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1922

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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46.54%
The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1889

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1893

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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46.54%
The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1895

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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46.54%
The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Annual report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario, 1892

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Livro
EN
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46.54%
The reports are also published in the Annual report of the Department of Agriculture of the province of Ontario, and in the Sessional papers of the province of Ontario "Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly" [-1923] "Printed by order of ... Minister of Agriculture" [1924-] 25th, 1893- pub. by the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 1890 -1908 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1894 -1905 reports are bound with the corresponding annual reports of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario 1906 -1910 reports are bound with the corresponding Report of the Fruit Branch, Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario

Adaptive Reuse of Industrial Buildings in Toronto, Ontario: Evaluating Criteria for Determining Building Selection

Wilson, Corey
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
EN; EN
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Infill development, including the reuse of vacant and derelict industrial buildings, is a desirable form of development as municipalities face the pressure of continuous growth. There have been numerous industrial sites in Toronto that have already been redeveloped through adaptive reuse, but there are still sites that remain underutilized, and additional sites continue to become vacant across the city. As the prior use can no longer be supported, these buildings are demolished in order to construct new buildings, or they undergo adaptive reuse. The purpose of this report is to explain how the environmental, locational, legislative, market and financial characteristics of industrial buildings located in Toronto affect whether they are chosen for adaptive reuse. Additionally the similarities and differences between public and private sector adaptive reuse projects will be studied. This report will complement existing research completed by others on the characteristics of adaptive reuse projects in Ontario, and provide more specific information regarding the industrial adaptive reuse market in Toronto. The case study approach used in this report consists of eight industrial adaptive reuse projects in the City of Toronto. Interviews with the developers were completed to gain valuable insight into the factors that were present and affected the selection of the building. The analysis involved reviewing the data from the interviews to identify the similarities and differences between the characteristics of the developers’ projects. Based on the analysis of the interviews...

An international comparison of cancer survival: Toronto, Ontario, and Detroit, Michigan, metropolitan areas.

Gorey, K. M.; Holowaty, E. J.; Fehringer, G.; Laukkanen, E.; Moskowitz, A.; Webster, D. J.; Richter, N. L.
Fonte: American Public Health Association Publicador: American Public Health Association
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /07/1997 EN
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OBJECTIVES: This study examined whether socioeconomic status has a differential effect on the survival of adults diagnosed with cancer in Canada and the United States. METHODS: The Ontario Cancer Registry and the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program provided a total of 58,202 and 76,055 population-based primary malignant cancer cases for Toronto, Ontario, and Detroit, Mich, respectively. Socioeconomic data for each person's residence at time of diagnosis were taken from population censuses. RESULTS: In the US cohort, there was a significant association between socioeconomic status and survival for 12 of the 15 most common cancer sites; in the Canadian cohort, there was no such association for 12 of the 15 sites. Among residents of low-income areas, persons in Toronto experienced a survival advantage for 13 of 15 cancer sites at 1- and 5-year follow-up. No such between-country differentials were observed in the middle- or high-income groups. CONCLUSIONS: The consistent pattern of a survival advantage in Canada observed across various cancer sites and follow-up periods suggests that Canada's more equitable access to preventive and therapeutic health care services is responsible for the difference.

An international comparison of cancer survival: metropolitan Toronto, Ontario, and Honolulu, Hawaii.

Gorey, K M; Holowaty, E J; Fehringer, G; Laukkanen, E; Richter, N L; Meyer, C M
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2000 EN
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OBJECTIVES: Comparisons of cancer survival in Canadian and US metropolitan areas have shown consistent Canadian advantages. This study tests a health insurance hypothesis by comparing cancer survival in Toronto, Ontario, and Honolulu, Hawaii. METHODS: Ontario and Hawaii registries provided a total of 9190 and 2895 cancer cases (breast and prostate, 1986-1990, followed until 1996). Socioeconomic data for each person's residence at the time of diagnosis were taken from population censuses. RESULTS: Socioeconomic status and cancer survival were directly associated in the US cohort, but not in the Canadian cohort. Compared with similar patients in Honolulu, residents of low-income areas in Toronto experienced 5-year survival advantages for breast and prostate cancer. In support of the health insurance hypothesis, between-country differences were smaller than those observed with other state samples and the Canadian advantage was larger among younger women. CONCLUSIONS: Hawaii seems to provide better cancer care than many other states, but patients in Toronto still enjoy a significant survival advantage. Although Hawaii's employer-mandated health insurance coverage seems an effective step toward providing equitable health care, even better care could be expected with a universally accessible...

Correspondence between the Roman Catholic bishop of Toronto and the chief superintendent of schools, on the subject of separate common schools in Upper Canada. With an appendix, containing the provisions of the law and general regulations regarding religious instruction in our common schools.

Charbonnel, Armand Francois Marie de, bishop of Toronto, 1802-1891.
Fonte: Toronto, Bentley, Publicador: Toronto, Bentley,
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
ENG
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