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 of relatively smooth roads that […]
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.
Caroline Armington struggled to become an artist, in an era where her gender was a liability to art sales.
Taking inspiration from Mark Osbaldeston’s Unbuilt Toronto books, the Peel Archives is currently showcasing records documenting never-realized planning and building initiatives within the Peel area. The exhibition, now open in […]
The Peel Archives is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition: Mapping Peel: An exploration of maps from the Peel Archives, 1805-2013. Visitors to the Reading Room will […]
To mark International Archives Day 2015, we’re posting a sampling of some of the international fare in PAMA’s archival collections. Now of course we’ve said several times on this blog […]