The Toronto Book of Love explores the history of the city through fascinating true tales of romance, marriage and passion. From the scandalous love affairs of the city’s early settlers to the prime minister’s wife partying with rock stars on her wedding anniversary, Toronto has been shaped by crushes, jealousies and flirtations. In his talk, Adam Bunch will share some of these stories, as well as exploring the evolution of Toronto’s ever-changing attitudes toward love.
Adam Bunch is the author of The Toronto Book of the Dead, the creator of The Toronto Dreams Project, and the host of the Canadiana documentary series. He’s taught history at George Brown College, written for Spacing Magazine and The Huffington Post among other publications, and his innovative work in bringing Canadian history to life has earned an honourable mention for a Governor General’s History Award.
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Event Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Time: 6:30 pm
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