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Municipal Handbook: City of Toronto

Discover Toronto’s social and economic past through the Municipal Handbook. It covers a wealth of historical data and facts of the City of Toronto from 1905 to 1968. Apart from information about the administration of the city such as members, meeting details of the city Council, committees, boards and commissions, it also contains the city budget, election returns, population statistics, license fees, public holidays and other handy facts about Toronto.

Read the blog (https://www.schoolofcities.utoronto.ca/news/online-flipbooks-u-t-libraries-preserves-toronto%E2%80%99s-past-digitizing-municipal-handbooks) about this collection from the School of Cities at the University of Toronto.

The Municipal Handbook is a sub-collection within the Canadian Municipal Collection (cities and towns), which can be found here (https://archive.org/details/canadianmunicipal).

To find further information on the Municipal Government in Toronto, visit the Canadian Government Research Guide under Municipal Resources: https://guides.library.utoronto.ca/c.php?g=702478&p=4995052#s-lg-box-15718263

About us:

We are a group of professionals and graduate students at University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) and Internet Archive Canada (IAC) committed to providing public access to information.

Sam-chin Li is a reference and government information librarian at UTL. Judy Curry from the Toronto Reference Library has lent many volumes of the Handbook to fill the UTL gap. Andrea Mills and Alex White are archivists at IAC. Amal Hussien is the graduate student library assistant at UTL who has contributed many hours to this project.

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