This journal publishes articles and research notes in the field of Canadian urban history.
Articles from Vol. 24, No. 2, March
Annihilating Space and Time: The Modernization of Fire-Fighting in Late Nineteenth-Century Cornwall, OntarioRead preview Overview
Abstract: The concept "time-space convergence" is rarely used in the context of internal urban communication or urban service provision. This paper applies the concept to the process and modernization of fire-fighting. It does so with reference...
Politics of Transportation Services in Suburban Montreal: Sorting out the "Mile End Muddle," 1893-1909Read preview Overview
Abstract: The rapid spread of electric streetcar technology in the 1890s brought not only passengers to the suburbs but streetcar politics too. Beyond Montreal's city limits in the Village of Mile End, the politics of streetcar services was particularly...