Libraries, schools, a college, a university, demolitions, a hockey tournament, and the end of Toronto Township.
Archivists here are often asked “What is your favourite record in the collection?” This can be a challenging question to answer, given that there are so many wonderful records in our […]
Typhoid, rubella, polio, and measles: we look through the collection at how these disease were recorded in archival records.
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 […]
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 […]
From cheeky war posters to the world’s tightest roundabout, we look at five things in the archives that are funny.