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Toronto Disasters

Devastation and Tragedies That Made the Headlines

By Kathlyn Horibe

$9.95 Paperback
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Series: Amazing Stories

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Canada's largest city often makes national headlines, not only for its successes and innovations, but also for its resilience in times of suffering. This collection highlights the wrath of Hurricane Hazel that pounded city homes; it remembers the urgent screams heard amidst the tangled wreckage of a nightmarish subway crash; and it recounts one icy night in 1904 when flames engulfed city buildings. These tragedies, and others, epitomize the strength and character of Torontonians in the face of disaster.

Contents

Prologue

Chapter 1: The Great Fire of 1904

Chapter 2: SS Noronic

Chapter 3: Hurricane Hazel

Chapter 4: Blacked Out: A Span of 38 Years

Chapter 5: Air Canada Crash

Chapter 6: Subway Catastrophe

Chapter 7: Mel's Snow Emergency

Chapter 8: Invasion of the Insects

KATHLYN HORIBE writes and edits corporate communications and marketing texts for companies and associations. Her publishing credits include magazines and newspapers in Canada, the United States, Europe, and New Zealand. Prior to embarking upon a career as a writer, she held various management positions and lived in Toronto for two years.

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 120 pages
Publication Date: 6th May 2006
ISBN: 9781554390328
Format: 8.5in x 5.5in

BISAC Code:  4.0.2.0.9.0.0, 4.0.2.0.9.1.0
Imprint: Amazing Stories


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