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THE TORONTO HISTORY WEEKLY

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I'm very excited to annouce that I've been working on plans to launch a Toronto history newsletter. The Toronto History Weekly will deliver all the latest news about Toronto heritage straight to your inbox, along with riveting stories about the city's past, incredible archival images, and plenty more.

It will cost $4.40 (+tax) per month, be published at least once a week, and be filled with exclusive content about the history of the city.

By becoming a subscriber, you'll also be supporting ALL the work I do in bringing the history of the city to life. It's very much a part of my attempt to make a living off what I do best, so your support will mean the world.

The newsletter should be launching soon. If you'd like me to let you know when it does, just send me a quick note at adam@torontodreamsproject.com. Can't wait to get started!


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