Dent's "last major [historical] work, The Story of the Upper Canadian Rebellion , [was] published in two volumes in Friday 9th February Vampire Stories of the New Undead Edge, , ed. Katherine takes piano lessons in a private home near the Castle Frank subway station. The book covers locations across downtown, including a then-derelict s apartment building on Jarvis Street now a seniors' complex and Massey College at U of T. SF about a brilliant female programmer attempting to create a truly thinking machine. Toronto's culture has run amok with greed, nature-hatred, decadence, depravity and moral emptiness; the city is in the midst of epidemics, including AIDS and "sturnusemia" which a lying government has said is carried by starlings.
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After a peripatetic career moving back to England, then to the States, then back to Canada as a lawyer, historian, journalist and author, he died in Toronto shortly before his collected short stories were published in The Gerrard Street Mystery and Other Weird Tales George Street has more drinking establishments 25 per square foot than any thoroughfare in North America. Mainsteam story with a near-future, pre-apocalyptic feel. Addressed to 'a wide circle of readers Allison, Rosemary, illustrated by Charles Hilder,
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Ruth," an old, cranky, homeless person in downtown Toronto, is also the eldest avatar of the Triple Goddess, resisting "dying" and the passing of her power to another. William Lyon Mackenzie and the Canadian Revolution. Near-future post-apocalyptic SF novel set in Toronto's inner city. It is set in Toronto for part of Chapter 2 only, as Vicki is asked by Henry Fitzroy to come west to help with a problem and she persuades Celluci to come too. Mainstream collection of short stories "flavored with magical realism," as the back cover says. The government couldn't keep up with the demand for food, and werewolves were always hungry" p. Pederson Chew, Kristen, ed.
Another Toronto reference is to a psychiatrist with an office on Avenue Road. Insane architect Ariel Price had dreamed of creating a Toronto that would match the structural marvels of Paris but instead built "a tombstone growing from the heart of a labyrinth" in the fictional Letztesmann Tower. What is now Queen Street and the surrounding area saw upheaval when the Acadians were expelled from the region in the mids. He finds Toronto interesting: And, yes, City Hall is on Queen Street, so news happens here too!
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