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Frederick BantingJul 27, 1921

Eddie ShoreDec 12, 1933

Frank MahovlichMar 3, 1968

Darryl SittlerSep 10, 1975

Hulk HoganApr 1, 1990

John CandyFeb 25, 1991

Nolan RyanMay 1, 1991

Joe CarterOct 23, 1993

Roger ClemensDec 13, 1996

Ken DrydenMay 30, 1997

Kobe BryantJan 22, 2006

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Toronto - Historical Events
Date Event
1793-07-29

John Graves Simcoe decides to build a fort and settlement at Toronto, having sailed into the bay there.

1813-04-27

Americans under Gen Pike capture Toronto; Pike is killed

1827-03-15

University of Toronto is chartered

1834-03-06

Toronto incorporated with William Lyon Mackenzie as its 1st mayor

1861-10-25

The Toronto Stock Exchange created.

1861-11-09

1st documented Canadian football game (at U of Toronto)

1867-09-28

Toronto becomes capital of Ontario

1869-12-08

Timothy Eaton founds T. Eaton Co. Limited in Toronto, Canada.

1873-10-04

Toronto Argonaut Football Club forms

1873-10-11

Toronto Argonaut Football Club 1st game losing to U of Toronto

1873-10-18

1st football game between Toronto Argonauts & Hamilton Tigers

1883-11-10

Toronto Argonauts defeat Ottawa FC 9-7, for 1st ORFU Championship

1884-11-06

Montreal Foot Ball Club (QFRU) defeats Toronto Argonauts (ORFU) 30-0 in 1st CRFU Championship game

1893-12-05

1st electric car (built in Toronto) could go 15 miles between charges

1894-02-23

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA's awarded cup by trustees as Ottawa refuses to travel to Toronto to play

1902-01-23

Winnipeg Victorias sweep Toronto Wellingtons in 2 for Stanley Cup

1904-02-25

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Toronto Marlboroughs in 2 games

1904-04-19

Much of Toronto destroyed by fire

1907-09-13

Canadian Interprovincial Rugby Football union (Big Four) forms with Hamilton Tigers, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders & Montreal Foot Ball

1908-03-14

Stanley Cup: Mont Wanderers beat Toronto Trolley Leaguers, 6-4

1909-12-04

1st CFL Grey Cup: University of Toronto defeats Toronto Parkdale, 26-6

1910-11-26

2nd CFL Grey Cup: University of Toronto defeats Hamilton Tigers, 16-7

1911-11-25

3rd CFL Grey Cup: U of Toronto defeats Toronto Argonauts, 14-7

1912-11-30

4th CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Alerts defeats Toronto Argonauts, 11-4

1913-11-29

5th CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Tigers defeats Toronto Parkdale, 44-2

1914-12-05

6th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats U of Toronto, 14-2

1915-11-20

7th CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Tigers defeats Toronto Rowing, 13-7

1917-03-11

1st NHL championship game ever played, Toronto Arenas beats Montreal Canadiens 7-3 in 1st of 2 game set (second game on March 13)

1917-11-22

NHL forms with Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Maroons, Toronto Arenas, Ottawa Senators & Quebec Bulldogs; National Hockey Association disbands

1917-12-19

1st NHL game played on artificial ice (Toronto)

1917-12-26

1st NHL defensemen to score a goal: Toronto Maple Leaf Harry Cameron

1918-03-13

1st NHL championship: Mont Canadiens beat Toronto Arenas, outscoring them 10-7 in a 2 game set

1918-03-30

Stanley Cup: Toronto Arenas (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1918-10-18

NHL's Quebec Bulldogs sold to a Toronto businessman P J Quinn

1920-12-04

8th CFL Grey Cup: U of Toronto defeats Toronto Argonauts, 16-3

1921-01-26

Toronto St Pat Corb Denneny scores 6 goals vs Hamilton Tigers

1921-03-03

Toronto's Dr Banting & Dr Best announce discovery of insulin

1921-04-14

NHL Championship: Ottawa Senators sweep Toronto St Patricks in 2 games

1921-07-27

Frederick Banting and Charles Best isolate insulin at the University of Toronto

1921-12-03

9th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 23-0

1922-03-13

NHL Championship: Ottawa Senators outscore Toronto St Pats, 5 to 4, in 2 games

1922-03-28

Stanley Cup: Toronto St Pats (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1923-12-01

CFL Grey Cup: Queen's U beats Regina 54-0 at Toronto

1924-11-29

12th CFL Grey Cup: Queen's University defeat Toronto Balmy Beach, 11-3

1924-12-22

Babe Dye of NHL's Toronto St Patricks scores 5 goals beat Bruins 10-2

1925-02-28

Longest win streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (9 games)

1925-03-13

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Arenas in 2 games

1925-06-10

Inaugural service for the United Church of Canada, a union of Presbyterian, Methodist, and Congregationalist churches held in Toronto Arena.

1926-12-04

14th CFL Grey Cup: Ottawa Senators defeats U of Toronto, 10-7

1927-01-14

Toronto Maple Leafs 1st hat trick (Hap Day) vs NY Rangers

1927-09-24

NHL's Toronto St Patricks become Maple Leafs

1927-11-26

15th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Balmy Beach defeats Hamilton Tigers, 9-6

1930-10-29

1st Eastern Canada night CF game: Oshawa vs Toronto Balmy Beach

1930-12-06

18th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Balmy Beach defeat Regina Roughriders, 11-6

1931-11-12

Maple Leaf Gardens opens in Toronto - Chic Blackhawks beat Leafs, 2-1

1932-01-19

Charlie Conacher becomes 1st Toronto Maple Leaf to score 5 goals in a game, 1st coming at 7 seconds of game

1932-04-09

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep NY Rangers in 3 games

1933-04-13

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1933-12-09

21st CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Sarnia Imperials, 4-3

1933-12-12

Eddie Shore hits Toronto Maple Leaf star Ace Bailey from behind, fracturing his skull and ending his career

1934-02-14

NHL Ace Bailey Benefit Game: Toronto beats All-Stars 7-3 in Toronto

1934-03-10

Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games)

1934-11-11

1st penalty shot vs Toronto Maple Leafs, Mondou (Mont) unsuccessful

1934-11-24

CFL Grey Cup: Sarnia beats Regina, 20-12 at Toronto

1934-12-11

1st Toronto Maple Leaf penalty shot, Conacher unsuccessful vs Rangers

1935-04-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Maroons sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 3 games

1936-02-08

1st successful Toronto Maple Leaf penalty shot, Conacher vs Rangers

1936-04-11

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1937-12-11

25th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 30-7

1938-03-19

Toronto Maple Leafs score 8 goals in 5 minutes

1938-04-12

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1938-12-10

26th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 30-7

1939-04-16

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1

1940-04-13

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 2

1940-11-30

28th CFL Grey Cup (Game 1): Toronto Balmy Beach defeats Ottawa, 8-2

1940-12-07

28th CFL Grey Cup (Game 2): Toronto Balmy Beach defeats Ottawa, 12-5

1942-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1942-11-30

30th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Hurricanes defeats Winnipeg Bombers, 8-5

1942-12-05

CFL Grey Cup: Tor beats Win RCAF, 8 -5 at Toronto

1945-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1945-11-30

33rd CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 35-0

1945-12-01

CFL Grey Cup: Toronto beats Winnipeg 35-0 at Toronto

1946-11-01

NY Knicks 1st basketball game beat Toronto Huskies 68-66

1946-11-23

34th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 28-6

1947-01-08

Toronto Maple Leaf rookie Howie Meeker scores 5 goals in a game

1947-04-19

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1947-10-13

1st NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 4-3 at Toronto

1947-11-29

35th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Calgary Stampeders, 10-9

1948-04-14

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1948-11-03

2nd NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-1 at Chicago

1949-04-16

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1949-09-17

128 die as fire guts Canadian passenger steamer Noronic in Toronto

1949-10-10

3rd NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-1 at Toronto

1950-11-25

38th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 13-0

1951-04-21

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 1

1951-10-09

5th NHL All-Star Game: 1st Team ties 2nd Team 2-2 at Toronto

1952-11-29

40th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 21-11

1953-12-09

Mont Canadiens (106) & Toronto Maple Leafs (98) get 204 penalty mins

1954-01-23

Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games)

1956-03-15

Whipper Billy Watson beats Lou Thesz in Toronto, to become NWA champ

1957-03-16

Toronto Maple Leafs tie NHL record 37 points beating NY Rangers 14-1

1957-05-27

Toronto's CHUM-AM, (1050 kHz) becomes Canada's first radio station to broadcast only top 40 Rock n' Roll music format.

1957-11-02

1st titanium mill opened, Toronto Ohio

1957-11-14

Dick Hutton beats Lou Thesz in Toronto, to become NWA wrestling champ

1958-11-28

George "Punch" Imlach becomes coach of NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs

1959-04-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1

1959-08-05

Chicago Cardinals (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 55-26 in Toronto

1960-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 4 games

1960-08-06

Pitt Steelers (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 43-16 in Toronto

1960-08-15

Chic Bears beat NY Giants 16-7 in Toronto (NFL expo)

1961-08-02

St Louis Cards (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 36-7 in Toronto

1961-08-26

Official International Hockey Hall of Fame opens in Toronto

1962-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1962-10-06

16th NHL All-Star Game: Toronto beat All4-Stars -1 at Toronto

1962-12-02

50th CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg beats Hamilton, 28-27 at Toronto [OT]

1963-01-24

Buddy Rogers & Lou Thesz wrestle in Toronto, Rogers becomes WWF wrestling champ & Thesz becomes NWA champ

1963-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1963-10-05

17th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-3 at Toronto

1964-04-25

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1964-10-10

18th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-2 at Toronto

1966-07-01

The first color television transmission in Canada takes place from Toronto.

1967-02-08

Longest losing streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (10 games)

1967-05-02

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1968-01-16

21st NHL All-Star Game: Toronto beat All-Stars 4-3 at Toronto

1968-03-03

In a blockbuster trade, the Toronto Maple Leafs send hall of fame forward Frank Mahovlich to the rival Detroit Red Wings

1968-05-11

The Toronto Transit Commission opens the largest expansion of its Bloor-Danforth Line, going to Scarborough in the east, and Etobicoke in the west.

1968-10-16

Jim Dorey sets Toronto Maple Leaf penalty records (48 mins on 9 penalties in a game & 44 minutes on 7 penalties in a period)

1970-07-05

Air Canada DC-8 crashes 7 miles from Toronto's airport killing 109

1970-12-10

North American Soccer League awards NY & Toronto franchises

1971-11-28

59th CFL Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders defeats Toronto Argonauts, 14-11

1975-09-10

Darryl Sittler is named captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs

1976-02-07

Darryl Sittler, Toronto, sets NHL record with 10 points in a game

1976-03-26

AL approves purchase of Toronto franchise by LaBatt Brewing for $7M

1976-06-23

CCN Tower in Toronto, tallest free-standing structure (555 m) opens

1976-10-05

Seattle & Toronto picks 30 unprotected players on other AL rosters Ruppert Jones (Seattle) & Bob Bailor (Toronto) are picked 1st

1976-10-16

Toronto Maple Leaf Lanny McDonald scores a hat trick in 2 min 54 sec

1976-11-05

New AL franchises in Seattle & Toronto fill up their rosters

1977-02-02

Toronto's Ian Turnbull scores 5 goals, NHL REcord for a defenseman

1977-02-06

Harley Race beats Terry Funk in Toronto, to become NWA wrestling champ

1977-02-12

Toronto Maple Leafs shutout Washington Capitals 10-0

1977-04-07

Toronto Blues Jays 1st game, they beat Chicago 9-5

1977-06-30

Yankee DH Cliff Johnson hit 3 consecutive HRs in Toronto

1977-07-04

Red Sox wallop a major league-record 8 HRs beating Toronto 9-6

1978-06-26

Air Canada Flight 189 to Toronto overruns the runway and crashes into the Etobicoke Creek ravine. Two of 107 passengers on board perish.

1978-09-09

Balt Orioles pull their 7th triple play (5-4-3 vs Toronto)

1978-10-24

Keith Richards convicted of heroin possession in Toronto

1978-10-24

NHL Toronto Maple Leafs set own team record of 28 pts vs NY Islanders

1979-08-25

California Angels trounce Toronto Blue Jays, 24-2

1979-10-14

Flyers start 35 game unbeaten streak beating Toronto 4-3

1981-03-18

Buffalo Sabres sets NHL record of 9 goals in 1 period (vs Toronto)

1981-03-19

Buffalo Sabres beat Toronto Maple Leafs 14-4

1981-04-08

Islanders scored 9 goals against Toronto in playoffs

1981-05-15

Len Barker of Cleveland pitches perfect game vs Toronto

1981-12-11

Wash Capitals biggest margin of victory (9) beating Toronto 11-2

1982-01-05

Darryl Sittler, on advice from his doctor, leaves the Toronto Maple Leafs because of mental depression

1982-01-20

Darryl Sittler is traded by the Toronto Maple Leafs to the Philadelphia Flyers

1982-11-28

70th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Toronto Argonauts, 32-16

1983-05-22

Toronto Blue Jay Cliff Johnson hits record 18th pinch hit HR

1983-11-27

71st CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats BC Lions, 18-17

1984-04-30

Strong winds cause a 30 min delay in Toronto Blue Jays game

1984-08-05

Toronto's Cliff Johnson hits record 19th career pinch HR

1985-10-06

Yankee Phil Niekro becomes 18th pitcher to win 300 games & also at 46 becomes oldest to pitch a shut-out beating Toronto 8-0

1986-08-28

Largest wrestling crowd in Canada (69,300) at Toronto Stadium

1987-03-13

Washington Caps score 5 goals against Toronto in 3 mins & 3 secs

1987-06-29

Yanks blow 11-4 lead but trailing 14-11 Dave Winfield's 8th inning grand slammer beats Toronto 15-14; Mattingly also grand slams

1987-09-14

Toronto Blue Jays hit a record 10 HRs vs Baltimore Orioles

1987-11-29

75th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Toronto Argonauts, 38-36

1988-01-25

Longest winless streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (15 games)

1989-03-15

"Les Miserables" opens at Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto

1989-05-04

Junior Felix of Toronto becomes 53rd to hit HR on 1st at bat

1989-06-05

Toronto Blue Jays Skydome stadium opens, Milwaukee Brewers win 5-3

1989-06-07

1st Baseball game to start outdoors & end indoors, as Toronto Blue Jays stadium closes roof during game at 8:48, & beat Brewers 4-2

1989-07-05

Toronto Blue Jays are 10 games back in AL, & go on to win AL East

1989-08-16

A solar flare from the Sun creates a geomagnetic storm that affects micro chips, leading to a halt of all trading on Toronto's stock market.

1989-09-30

Toronto Blue Jays wins AL East title

1989-10-08

Oakland beats Toronto, 4-3 in Game 5, to advance to the World Series

1990-04-01

Wrestlemania VI, 67,678 in Toronto, Ultimate Warrior beats Hulk Hogan

1990-06-22

Longest game in Toronto, Yanks beat Blue Jays 8-7 in 15 inns

1990-09-01

Highest combined CFL score (111), Toronto Argonauts beat BC 68-43

1991-02-25

Bruce McNall, Wayne Gretzky & John Candy buy CFL's Toronto Argonauts

1991-04-20

Raghib "Rocket" Ismael signs with Toronto Argonauts for $26.2 million

1991-05-01

Texas Ranger Nolan Ryan pitches record 7th no hitter (beats Toronto 3-0)

1991-06-18

Yankee pitchers pick-off 3 Toronto Blue Jays

1991-07-09

62nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-2 at SkyDome, Toronto

1991-10-02

Toronto Blue Jays clinches AL East title & becomes 1st team to draw 4 million fans

1991-10-13

Minnesota Twins win AL pennant beating Toronto in 5 games

1991-11-24

79th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Calgary Stampeders, 36-21

1992-04-01

5th Largest wrestling crowd (64,287-Toronto SkyDome)

1992-04-13

Longest 2 undefeated baseball teams to meet (NY Yanks 5-0 vs Toronto Blue Jays 6-0); Yanks score 3 in top of 9th to win 5-2

1992-04-27

NY Mets trade David Cone to Toronto Blue Jays for Jeff Kent

1992-08-27

Mets trade David Cone to Toronto for Jeff Kent & Ryan Thompson

1992-09-24

Toronto's Dave Winfield, 40, is oldest player to reach 100-RBI

1992-10-03

Toronto Blue Jays win AL East title

1992-10-11

Toronto down 6-1 in 7th beats A's 7-6 in 11th in AL playoff

1992-10-14

Toronto Blue Jays beats Oakland A's to win their 1st AL pennant

1992-10-17

1st World Series with non-US team, Toronto loses 3-1 to Braves

1992-10-18

1st non-US team to win a World Series Game; Toronto 5, Atlanta 4

1992-10-20

1st World Series game outside of US - Toronto beats Atlanta

1992-10-24

Toronto Blue Jays beat Atl Braves, 4 games to 2, in 88th World Series

1993-10-23

Joe Carter (Toronto Blue Jays) hits a World Series winning walk-off home run against the Philadelphia Phillies

1993-10-30

Toronto Maple Leafs lose 1st game of season after going 10-0-0

1994-05-22

Toronto NBA franchise unveils name "Raptors" & logo

1994-07-16

Shreveport Pirates 1st CFL home game (vs Toronto Argonauts)

1995-11-03

1st NBA game at Skydome, Toronto Raptors beat NJ Nets 94-79

1996-09-16

1st one-day international in Canada, India v Pakistan at Toronto

1996-11-12

Toronto's Pat Hentgen wins AL Cy Young Award

1996-11-24

84th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto beats Edmonton, 43-37 at Hamilton

1996-12-13

Free agent Roger Clemens signs with Toronto Blue Jays

1997-05-30

Ken Dryden becomes president of NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs

1997-09-02

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Toronto Canada on CILQ 107.1 FM

1997-11-16

85th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto beats Saskatchawan, 47-23

1998-02-27

NE Patriot David Meggett arrested in Toronto on sex assault charges

2001-08-24

Air Transat Flight 236 runs out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean (en route to Lisbon from Toronto) and makes an emergency landing in the Azores.

2004-11-21

92nd CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats BC Lions, 27-19

2005-08-19

A series of strong storms lashes Southern Ontario spawning several tornadoes as well as creating extreme flash flooding within the city of Toronto and its surrounding communities. In Toronto, it is also dubbed as the Toronto Supercell.

2005-12-26

Boxing Day shooting on a busy shopping street in Toronto.

2006-01-22

Kobe Bryant scores a career-high 81 points in a victory against the Toronto Raptors, the second most in NBA history in one single game

2012-06-16

A collapse of a stage at a Toronto Radiohead concert kills one person

2012-11-25

100th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Calgary Stampeders, 35-22

2016-01-03

Jimmy Butler of the Chicago Bulls breaks Michael Jordan's team record for points in a half Butlerscored 40 points in the second half. The Bulls won the game 115-113 over the Toronto Raptors.

2016-12-11

Seattle Sounders Win MLS Cup Over Toronto FC on Penalty Kicks

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Toronto - Notable Birthdays

Vincent MasseyFeb 20, 1887

George HainsworthJun 26, 1895

Christopher PlummerDec 13, 1929

Peter JenningsJul 29, 1938

Neil YoungNov 12, 1945

Rick MoranisApr 18, 1953

Geddy LeeJul 29, 1953

Mike GartnerOct 29, 1959

Joe CarterMar 7, 1960

Toronto - Birthdays
Date Event
1818-11-29

George Brown, Canada, publisher (Toronto Globe), PM (L) (1858)

1859-01-19

Alice Eastwood, Toronto, botanist (Handbook of Trees of California)

1882-07-16

Edward Earle, Toronto Ont, actor (Charlie Chan-Meeting at Midnight)

1887-02-20

Vincent Massey, Toronto Ontario, Governor General of Canada

1890-04-18

James Rennie, Toronto Ontario, actor (Lash, Little Damozel)

1894-05-29

Beatrice Lillie, Toronto, comedian/actress (Around World in 80 Days)

1894-11-26

James Charles McGuigan, Catholic cardinal archbishop of Toronto (d. 1974)

1895-06-26

George Hainsworth, Toronto Ontario, Canadian ice hockey player

1896-08-30

Raymond Massey, Toronto Canada, actor (Dr Gillespie-Dr Kildare)

1896-12-15

Margaret Bannerman, Toronto Ontario, actress (Elopement)

1903-02-22

Morley Callaghan, Canada, author (Toronto Star, Native Argosy)

1908-04-11

Karel Ancerl, Czech conductor (Prague/Toronto)

1912-03-01

Gerald Emmett Cardinal Carter, archbishop of Toronto (d. 2003)

1913-03-11

John Jacob Weinzweig, Toronto Canada, composer (Enchanted Hill)

1913-12-28

Lou Jacobi, Toronto Ontario, comedian (Dean Martin Show, Melba)

1917-02-06

Arthur Gold, Toronto, Canada, pianist

1921-06-12

James Houston, Toronto, author/filmmaker (Tikta'Liktak)

1922-12-18

Larry D Mann, Toronto Canada, actor (Marty-Accidental Family), (d. 2014)

1923-04-25

Melissa Hayden, Toronto Canada, ballerina (1961 Silver Bowl)

1924-04-29

Al Balding, Toronto Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (Quebec Open-1952)

1927-01-25

Fernie Flaman [Ferdinand], Dysart, SK, CAN, Hall of Fame NHL player (Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs), (d. 2012)

1928-08-07

Amazing [James] Randi, Toronto Ontario, skeptic magician (Nova)

1928-09-15

Rod Robbie, Poole, England, Canadian architect and planner (Roger's Centre/ Sky Dome, Toronto), (d. 2012)

1928-12-10

John Colicos, Toronto, actor (Battlestar Galactica)

1929-12-13

Christopher Plummer, Toronto Ontario, Canadian actor (Sound of Music, Doll's House)

1930-08-25

Graham Jarvis, Toronto, Ontario, Canadian actor (Mary Hartman, Misery)

1931-11-08

Morley Safer, Toronto California, TV newscaster (60 Minutes)

1932-09-25

Glenn Herbert Gould, Toronto Canada, pianist (sued Steinway Piano)

1934-04-24

John Barbour, Toronto, TV host (Real People)

1935-03-02

Al Waxman, Toronto Canada, actor (Cagney & Lacey, Meatballs 3, Spasms)

1935-04-02

Sharon Acker, Toronto Canada, actress (Della Street-Perry Mason 1973)

1935-08-16

Cliff Fletcher, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1936-03-07

Galen Cisco, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1938-05-26

Teresa Stratas, [Anastasia Stratakis], Toronto, soprano (Salome)

1938-07-29

Peter Jennings, Toronto Canada, news anchor (ABC Evening News)

1938-11-07

Jim Kaat, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1940-12-01

Ron Finn, Toronto, NHL linesman

1941-05-21

Bobby Cox, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1943-03-15

David Cronenberg, Toronto Ontario, director (Shivers, Fly, Brood)

1943-07-05

Robbie Robertson, [Jamie], Toronto Canada, rock guitarist (Band)

1943-12-28

David Peterson, Toronto, premier of Ontario Canada (L) (1982- )

1944-03-17

Cito Gaston, MLB manager (Toronto Blue Jays)

1944-10-16

Johnny Washbrook, Toronto, actor (Ken-My Friend Flicka)

1944-11-17

Lorne Michaels, [Lipowitz], Toronto Ontario, comedian (SNL)

1945-10-26

Jandek, Toronto Sunday

1945-11-12

Neil Young, Toronto Ontario, Canadian singer/songwriter (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)

1946-12-19

Robert Urich, Toronto Ohio, actor (SWAT, Spenser for Hire, Vega$)

1947-05-05

Larry Hisle, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1947-06-18

Linda Thorson, Toronto, actress (Tara-Avengers, Julia-1 Life to Live)

1949-07-22

Tim Johnson, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1949-12-03

Heather Menzies, Toronto Canada, actress (Jessica-Logan's Run)

1950-06-02

Joanna Gleason, Toronto Canada, actress (Morgan-Hello Larry)

1950-07-18

Jack Layton, Let's All Hate Toronto

1950-12-18

Martha Johnson, Toronto Canada, rocker (M+M)

1951-09-24

Terry Metcalf, Seattle, NFL, CFL running back (St Louis, Toronto)

1952-03-05

Mike Squires, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1952-03-24

Nicholas Campbell, Toronto Canada, actor (Nick-Insiders)

1952-04-04

Pat Burns, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1952-04-11

Michael Daly, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 BC Winter Tour)

1952-06-13

Ernie Whitt, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles

1953-04-18

Rick Moranis, Toronto Ontario, Canadian actor (SCTV, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Spaceballs)

1953-05-14

Tom Cochrane, Toronto Canada, rock vocalist/guitarist (Red Rider)

1953-07-10

Rik "The Rocket" Emmett, Toronto, rock vocalist (Triumph)

1953-07-29

Geddy Lee, Toronto Canada, lead vocalist/bassist (Rush-Tom Sawyer)

1953-08-27

Alex Lifeson, Toronto Canada, rock guitarist (Rush)

1953-12-17

Mark Gane, Toronto Canada, rocker (M+M)

1954-01-25

Condredge Holloway, Alabama, CFL quarterback (Ottawa, Toronto)

1954-03-04

Catherine O'Hara, Toronto Ont, comedienne (Beetlejuice, SCTV)

1954-03-13

Robin Duke, Toronto Canada, comedienne (SNL, SCTV, Club Paradise)

1954-03-20

Paul Mirabella, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1954-04-12

Pat Travers, Toronto, Ontario, Canadian rock guitarist (Puttin' it Straight)

1955-05-16

Jack Morris, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1955-11-29

Howie Mandel, Toronto Canada, comedian (Dr Wayne Fiscus-St Elsewhere)

1955-12-22

Lonnie Smith, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1956-10-03

Hart Bochner, Toronto, actor (Aron-East of Eden, Supergirl, Die Hard)

1956-11-29

Joe Price, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1957-03-24

Olivia Chow, Toronto's Next Mayor

1957-05-08

Jeff Wincott, Toronto Canada, actor (Night Heat)

1957-07-22

Dave Steib, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1957-10-07

Judy Sams, Toronto Ontario, golfer (1994 du Maurier Ltd Classic-38th)

1957-10-10

Craig Marseilles, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Gold Coast)

1957-9-23

Tony Fossas, Seattle Mariners vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1958-02-16

Herb Williams, NBA center (Toronto Raptors, NY Knicks)

1958-04-04

Jake Gold, Let's All Hate Toronto

1958-10-13

Barb Bunkowsky-Scherbak, Toronto ON, LPGA golfer (1984 Chrysler)

1958-10-26

Frank Wills, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1959-01-09

Otis Nixon, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1959-01-29

Mike Foligno, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1959-04-17

Teri Austin, Toronto Canada, actress (Terminal Choice, Knots Landing)

1959-09-17

Hank Ilesic, Edmonton, CFL punter, place kicker (Edmonton, Toronto)

1959-09-20

Lesley Thompson, Toronto Ontario, rower (Olympics-gold-92, 96)

1959-10-29

Mike Gartner, Ottawa Ontario, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1959-11-09

Karin Mundinger, Toronto Canada, LPGA golfer (1985 Singapore Open-2nd)

1960-03-07

Joe Carter, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, MLB outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1960-04-28

John Cerutti, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Seattle Mariners

1960-07-13

Mike Fitzgerald, Toronto Blue Jays vs. California Angels

1960-09-21

David James Elliott, Toronto, actor (Seinfeld, Lt Harmon Rabb-Jag)

1961-03-08

Larry Murphy, Scarborough, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1961-08-07

Jamie Macoun, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1961-08-17

Jamie Macoun, Newmarket, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1961-10-31

Sterling Hinds, Toronto, 4X100m relayer (Olympic-bronze-1984)

1962-01-05

Danny Jackson, 1993 World Series Video: Philadelphia vs Toronto Blue Jays

1962-04-29

Bruce Driver, Toronto, NHL defenseman (NY Rangers)

1962-05-13

Sean McDonough, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1962-06-02

Darnell Coles, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Seattle Mariners

1962-07-14

Diane Ratnik, Toronto Ontario, volleyball setter (Olympics-8-92, 96)

1962-07-19

Craig Muni, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets)

1962-07-22

Alvin Robertson, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1962-10-03

Rick Todd, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Ben Hogan Dakota)

1963-02-10

Lenny Dykstra, 1993 World Series Video: Philadelphia vs Toronto Blue Jays

1963-03-01

Tony Castillo, Lara Venezuela, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1963-04-04

Dale Hawerchuk, Toronto, NHL center (Phila Flyers)

1963-06-25

Doug Gilmour, Kingston, NHL center (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1963-06-25

Doug Gilmour, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1963-08-11

Mike Huff, Honolulu HI, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1963-11-15

Gideon Joe Ng, Toronto Ontario, table tennis player (Olympics-96)

1963-12-03

Damon Berryhill, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1963-12-28

Mel Stottlemyre Jr, pitcher (Toronto Blues Jays)

1963-9-29

Dave Andreychuk, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1964-02-01

Sharon Bruneau, Toronto Ontario, actress (Sensuous Muscle)

1964-03-30

Dave Ellett, Cleveland, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1964-03-30

Dave Ellett, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1964-04-22

Chris Makepeace, Toronto, actor (Vamp, My Bodyguard, Meatballs, Oasis)

1964-06-09

Gloria Reuben, Toronto, actress (Jeanie Boulet - ER)

1964-10-29

May Allison, Toronto Ontario, marathoner (Olympics-96)

1964-11-22

Pierre Vercheval, CFL guard (Toronto Argonauts)

1964-12-11

Dave Gagner, Chatham, NHL center (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1964-12-29

Craig Grebeck, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1965-01-15

Michael Clemons, CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts)

1965-03-10

Paul Masotti, CFL receiver (Toronto Argonauts)

1965-03-23

Wayne Presley, Detroit, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1965-05-14

Curt Harnett, Toronto Ontario, sprint cyclist (Olympics-bronze-92/96)

1965-05-18

Erik Hanson, Kinnelon NJ, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1965-05-18

Erik Hanson, Seattle Mariners vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1965-05-27

Jacob Brumfield, Bogalusa LA, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1965-07-12

Mike Munoz, Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1965-11-09

Todd Gill, Cardinal, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1965-11-20

Andrew Stewart, CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1965-12-19

Jessica Steen, Toronto, actress (Earth II, Homefront, Trial & Error)

1966-02-08

Kirk Muller, Kingston, NHL center (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1966-02-19

Peter Douris, Toronto, NHL right wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)

1966-03-10

Michael Timlin, Midland TX, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1966-04-05

Larry Norman, Toronto Ontario, canoeist (Olympics-19-92, 96)

1966-04-11

Kara McGaw, Toronto Ontario, softball rightfielder (Olympics-96)

1966-06-04

Nick Kypreos, Toronto, NHL left wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1966-06-07

Dan Payne, CFL tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1966-06-26

Kirk McLean, Toronto, NHL goalie (Vancouver Canucks)

1966-10-03

Darrin Fletcher, Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1966-10-25

Wendel Clark, Kelvington, NHL left wing (Toronto, NY Islanders)

1966-10-25

Wendel Clark, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1966-10-28

Juan Guzman, Santo Domingo Dom Rep, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1967-03-09

Michael Kiselak, CFL corner (Toronto Argonauts)

1967-05-29

Bill Risley, Chicago IL, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1967-06-21

Robert Drummond, CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts)

1967-07-25

Ed Sprague, Castro Valley CA, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1967-08-06

Willie Williams, NFL/CFL tackle (Toronto Argonauts, NO Saints)

1967-11-03

Rob Cowie, Toronto, NHL defenseman (LA Kings)

1967-12-15

Chris Gioskos, CFL tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1967-12-17

Alan Nolet, Toronto Ontario, gymnist (Olympics-96)

1968-02-26

Brendan Rogers, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1968-03-08

Rob Zettler, Sept-iles, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1968-03-19

Liam Jewell, Toronto Ontario, kayaker (Olympics-96)

1968-04-12

Adam Graves, Toronto, NHL left wing (NY Rangers)

1968-07-08

Glen Featherstone, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers)

1968-07-31

Andre Ware, CFL quarterback (Toronto Argonauts)

1968-08-05

John Olerud, Seattle WA, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1968-09-22

Lisa Alexander, Toronto Ontario, synchro swimmer (Olympics-silver-96)

1968-10-12

Charles Anthony, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)

1968-11-03

Paul Quantrill, London Ontario, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1968-11-04

Domingo Cedeno, La Ramona Dom Rep, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1968-11-13

Mark Fitzpatrick, Toronto, NHL goalie (Florida Panthers)

1968-11-13

Pat Hentgen, Detroit MI, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1968-11-20

Richard Clarke, Toronto Ontario, Yachter Finn (Olympics-96)

1968-11-24

Dave Jukes, Toronto Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Kawartha Lakes)

1969-01-02

Rick Tabaracci, Toronto, NHL goalie (Calgary Flames)

1969-02-04

Brad Cornett, US baseball pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1969-03-01

Vincenzo Esposito, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1969-03-04

Kenneth Benson, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1969-03-09

George Nimako, CFL safety (Toronto Argonauts)

1969-04-28

Merlelynn Lange-Harris, Toronto Ontario, basketball center (Oly-96)

1969-05-27

Lesley Tashlin, Toronto Ontario, 100m hurdler (Olympics-96)

1969-05-28

Rob Ford, Toronto's Next Mayor

1969-06-04

Robert Perez, Bolivar Venezuela, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1969-06-12

Mathieu Schneider, NYC, NHL defenseman (NY Islanders, Toronto)

1969-07-27

Jason Woolley, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Florida Panthers)

1969-08-04

Norm Casola, CFL slot back (Toronto Argonauts)

1969-08-11

Dave Pashko, Toronto, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 CPGA Winter Tour)

1969-08-15

Mark Heese, Toronto Ontario, beach volleyballer (Olympics-bronze-96)

1969-10-13

Tim Crabtree, Jackson MI, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1969-11-01

Tie Domi, Windsor, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1969-11-14

Sue Stewart, Toronto Ontario, basketball guard (Olympics-96)

1970-02-03

Jason Muzzatti, Toronto, NHL goalie (Hartford Whalers)

1970-03-24

Mike Vanderjagt, CFL kicker (Toronto Argonauts)

1970-04-02

Marcus Christensen, Toronto Ontario, figure skater (1995 Canadian-2nd)

1970-04-06

Oliver Miller, NBA forward/center (Toronto Raptors)

1970-04-16

Walt Williams, NBA forward/guard (Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat)

1970-05-04

Will Arnett, Toronto Ontario, Canadian-American actor

1970-05-09

Doug Christie, NBA guard/forward (Toronto Raptors)

1970-06-15

Zan Tabak, NBA center (Toronto Raptors)

1970-06-17

Popeye Jones, NBA center (Toronto Raptors)

1970-06-23

A C Earl, NBA center (Toronto Raptors)

1970-08-16

Lester Smith, CFL safety (Toronto Argonauts)

1970-08-27

Reggie Slater, NBA forward (Toronto Raptors)

1970-09-21

Michael O'shea, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1970-09-24

Paul Spoljaric, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1970-11-11

Jeff Ware, Norfolk VA, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1971-01-11

Noah Cantor, CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-02-06

Carlos Rogers, NBA forward/center (Toronto Raptors)

1971-02-13

Mats Sundin, Bromma SWE, NHL center (Team Sweden, Toronto Maple Leafs)

1971-03-07

Alison Herst, Toronto Ontario, kayaker (Olympics-5-92, 96)

1971-04-02

James Ransom, Toronto Ontario, Epee fencer (Olympics-96)

1971-04-30

B J Tyler, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1971-04-30

Matt Martin, Hamden, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs, Oly-US-94)

1971-06-06

Mike Craig, St Mary's, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1971-06-11

Duane Dmytryshyn, CFL receiver (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-06-23

Felix Potvin, Anjou, NHL goalie (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1971-06-23

Felix Potvin, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

1971-07-10

Adam Foote, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche, Team Canada)

1971-07-25

Tracy Murray, NBA forward (Toronto Raptors, Wash Wizards)

1971-08-08

John Raposo, CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-08-08

Marcello Simmons, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-09-29

Adrion Smith, CFL cornerback (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-09-29

Donald Smith, CFL cornerback (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-10-03

Reggie Givens, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-11-01

Rob Waldrop, CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)

1971-11-19

Dimitri Yushkevich, Yaroslavl Russia, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leaf)

1971-11-24

Keith Primeau, Toronto, NHL forward (Carolina, Detroit)

1971-11-29

Brad May, Toronto, NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)

1971-12-23

Corey Haim, Toronto, actor (Silver Bullet, Lucas, License to Drive)

1972-01-04

Rajat Nayyar, Guru World Premiere in Toronto

1972-01-06

Denis Montana, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes, Toronto Argonauts)

1972-02-06

Shawn Respert, NBA guard (Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors)

1972-03-03

Martin Prochazka, Slany CZ, NHL forward (Toronto, Czech Oly-Gold-98)

1972-03-21

John Leach, CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-06-09

Steven Salter, CFL offensive linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-06-15

Sandy Mccarthy, Toronto, NHL right wing (Calgary Flames)

1972-06-25

Carlos Delgado, Aguadilla Puerto Rico, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1972-06-28

Eric Johnson, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-06-28

Kelly Wiltshire, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-08-19

Colleen Thornburn, Toronto Ontario, softball catcher (Olympics-96)

1972-08-21

Johnnie Harris, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-09-03

Antonius Bonner, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-10-03

Sandy Martinez, Villa Mella Dom Rep, catcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1972-10-28

Chad Folk, CFL cornerback (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-11-10

Shawn Green, Des Plaines IL, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1972-11-11

Jack Jackson, NFL/CFL wide receiver (Chic Bears, Toronto Argonauts)

1973-01-23

Mark Kolesar, Minnedosa, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1973-01-30

Sharone Wright, NBA center/forward (Toronto Raptors)

1973-04-08

Alex Gonzalez, Miami FL, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1973-05-05

Matt Dubuc, CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts)

1973-05-31

Marty Janzen, Miami FL, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1973-08-09

Jimmy King, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1973-09-03

Damon Stoudamire, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1973-10-18

Demetrious Maxie, CFL defensive end (Toronto Argonauts)

1973-12-05

Shalom Harlow, Toronto Canada, model (House of Style, Harper's Bazaar)

1973-12-29

Tomas Perez, Barquisimeto Venezuela, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1974-01-03

Todd Warriner, Blenheim, NHL left wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1974-01-10

Andre Kirwan, CFL receiver (Toronto Argonauts)

1974-02-04

Brandon Convery, Kingston, NHL center (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1974-02-09

John Wallace, NBA forward (Toronto Raptors)

1974-03-22

Marcus Camby, NBA forward (Toronto Raptors)

1974-03-26

Mike Peca, Toronto, NHL center (Buffalo Sabres)

1974-04-29

Lannette New, Plague City: SARS in Toronto

1974-08-31

Jeremy O'day, CFL offensive linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1975-02-23

Chris Garner, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1975-04-28

Martin Lewis, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1975-12-18

Michael Barry, Toronto, Ontario, cyclist (Olympics-96)

1976-03-19

Rachel Blanchard, Toronto, actress (Cher Horowitz-Clueless)

1976-07-03

Wade Belak, Let's All Hate Toronto

1976-08-01

David Nemirovsky, Toronto, NHL right wing (Florida Panthers)

1976-08-27

Craig Mills, Toronto, NHL right wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1977-02-11

Stephanie Richardson, Toronto Ontario, 200m/800m swimmer (Olympics-96)

1977-10-07

Clayton Miller, Toronto Ontario, trap shooter (Olympics-96)

1979-05-24

Tracy McGrady, NBA forward (Toronto Raptors)

1981-11-02

Justin Monk, UCF: Toronto Cybercide

1982-10-05

Grace Wan, Toronto/Calgary/Edmonton Auditions

1985-06-05

Stephanie Matys, Once Upon a Time in Toronto

1985-08-23

Joe Toronto, Howl

Toronto - Notable Weddings

John DiefenbakerDec 8, 1953

John CandyApr 28, 1979

Toronto - Weddings
Date Event
1953-12-08

Prime Minister of Canada John Diefenbaker (58) weds second wife Olive Palmer (51) at Park Road Baptist Church in Toronto, Canada

1979-04-28

Actor and comedian John Candy (28) weds Rosemary Margaret Hobor at St. Basil's Church in Toronto, Canada

Toronto - Deaths
Date Event
1973-07-03

Charles Ancerl, Czech conductor (Prague/Toronto), dies at 63

1974-04-08

James Charles McGuigan, Catholic archbishop of Toronto (b. 1894)

2004-10-03

John Cerutti, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Seattle Mariners

2010-11-19

Pat Burns, The Passion Returns: The 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

2011-08-22

Jack Layton, Let's All Hate Toronto

2011-08-31

Wade Belak, Let's All Hate Toronto

2012-05-11

Frank Wills, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

2016-03-23

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford dies after a battle with cancer, aged 46


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