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October 19, 2000
The City of Toronto Archives extends its public hours to Saturdays
  
The City of Toronto Archives is extending its public hours, as of Saturday,
October 21, 2000. The Archives will be open for reference services and exhibit
viewing. The new hours will be from Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Archives are closed on Sundays.

The public will have access to the finding aids, microfilmed records, aerial
photomaps, and reference materials. Materials from the records centre will not
be available during a visit on Saturday, but arrangements can be made for
access during a subsequent visit.

Members of the public are also invited to view the Archives' exhibits. They
explore urban issues through the use of archival records. Current exhibits on
view, include "Our Neighbourhood/Our Site", "Toronto's Archival Treasures:
Recent Acquisitions", and "After the Sprawl? - Suburban Pasts and Futures in
the Greater Toronto Area".

The Archives is located at 255 Spadina Rd. (between Dupont St. and Davenport
Rd. just north of the Dupont subway). Admission is free, and is wheelchair
accessible.

For further information please call 416-397-5000, for reference services call
416-397-0778, or E-mail: Archives@city.toronto.on.ca.


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