Typhoid, rubella, polio, and measles: we look through the collection at how these disease were recorded in archival records.
By Kyle Neill, Senior Archivist As a follow up to my colleague Nick Moreau’s post concerning the depiction of archives in the 2014 movie Paddington, I […]
Peel’s Archives, like many municipal archives, covers the food story from farm to table. Let’s take a bite out of the collection, looking at documents and photographs that tell five stories about […]
By Kyle Neill, Senior Archivist I have long harboured a fascination with the history of the road network in the Peel area. We often take for granted the vast network […]
We spoke in a previous post about the value of council records generally. In this post we shall examine one of the most significant and pervasive types of council records: […]
With Earth Day approaching, can records relating to the environment be found in the Region of Peel Archives collection? While we don’t have the papers of any household names from the Canadian […]
It’s Archives Awareness Week in Ontario, and that means our blog is celebrating its first anniversary. We launched one year ago this week with the post Why Archives Matter. The […]