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Remember This, Newmarket: When a little village became a bustling town

Remember This, Newmarket: When a little village became a bustling town

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights the transformative years of 1850 to 1990 in the town's evolution
Remember This, Newmarket: When a runaway wife was a man's stolen property

Remember This, Newmarket: When a runaway wife was a man's stolen property

In this week's continuing series, History Hound Richard MacLeod turns to an 1877 case to meet a reader's challenge that he show a local example of the inequality experienced by women
Remember This, Newmarket: When women fought to be 'persons'

Remember This, Newmarket: When women fought to be 'persons'

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod begins the first of a three-part series on women's fight for equality in Canada
Remember This, Newmarket: When soldiers came from across Canada for training

Remember This, Newmarket: When soldiers came from across Canada for training

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues his review of the pivotal years of 1939 and 1940
Remember this, Newmarket: When workers fought for a 9-hour workday

Remember this, Newmarket: When workers fought for a 9-hour workday

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod recalls the origins and meaning of Labour Day
Remember This, Newmarket: When hundreds of prominent 'old boys' returned for reunion

Remember This, Newmarket: When hundreds of prominent 'old boys' returned for reunion

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights two pivotal years in Newmarket's history, 1939 and 1940, following the Great Depression
Remember This, Newmarket: When the EX was the place to go every August

Remember This, Newmarket: When the EX was the place to go every August

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights a favourite summertime tradition, the Canadian National Exhibition, and shares childhood memories
From Empire State Building builder to NHL hockey legend, Ward 7 streets honour Newmarket notables

From Empire State Building builder to NHL hockey legend, Ward 7 streets honour Newmarket notables

In this week's Remember This, History Hound Richard MacLeod finalizes his series that looks at the history behind the names of streets in Ward 7
Newmarket's heritage captured in street names in Ward 6

Newmarket's heritage captured in street names in Ward 6

In this week's Remember This, History Hound Richard MacLeod returns to his series highlighting the people whose legacies are captured in Newmarket street names
Two sides of Newmarket, split by Prospect, once competed for prominence

Two sides of Newmarket, split by Prospect, once competed for prominence

In this week's Remember This, History Hound Richard MacLeod explores the 'other side of Newmarket', then known as Garbutt Hill, before a bridge connected the town