From its establishment in 1876, this enchanting burial ground predates the vibrant Mount Pleasant Village. Explore the stories of notable figures, including the founder of Eaton Company and a Titanic survivor, who rest within this timeless and cherished destination!
Step into a world of carefully curated books, organized by age for easy browsing. Meet Mabel, the resident feline ambassador, and discover the heartwarming memories shared by loyal customers. From enduring community support to weathering the challenges of the pandemic, Mabel’s Fables remains a cherished Midtown gem, ready to inspire new generations.
Experience the energy and excitement as hundreds of Torontonians line Mount Pleasant Road, captivated by marching bands, dazzling floats, and lively costumes. Discover how the North Toronto Business Men’s Club orchestrated this grand event, aiming to showcase the thriving community’s potential and entice city dwellers to venture north!
Discover the renowned Jenny Lind Candies, celebrated in Gordon Lightfoot’s song, and their iconic green and gold boxes that made for perfect hostess gifts. Just a few blocks north, a Dutch bakery delighted shoppers with tempting pastries showcased in their enticing front window. Today, satisfy your cravings with modern delights – read to find out!
Discover the fascinating history of how this iconic street came to be and its transformation into a premier shopping destination. Explore the bustling shops, theaters, and apartments that characterized Mount Pleasant Village during this interwar period.
From past world wars to the recent pandemic, this community has thrived. Support local businesses and learn more about their stories. Read this story to explore the enduring spirit of Mount Pleasant Village.
The robber, disguised as a businessman, calmly entered the bank while Moffatt waited in the car. Shots were fired, a chase ensued, and the bandit escaped, leaving behind his disguise at a nearby theater. Discover the full gripping story and the fate of the Bank of Toronto, now known as The Belsize Public House!
From its early days as The Belsize, enchanting audiences with silent films, to its transformation into The Crest, fostering Canadian talent, and finally as The Regent, captivating moviegoers for decades. Now, with a new chapter on the horizon, join us as we unveil the exciting revival project that will breathe new life into this beloved cultural landmark.