Ali Finstad, a great great granddaughter of Joe and Lizzie Price and an MD candidate at the University of Ottawa, was recently part of a team of medical students who “advocated for more skin colour representation in their dermatology studies and created an official new module for the MD curriculum that addresses skin colour diversity in diagnosing and treating dermatoses.”
Beach & East Toronto Historical Society
On June 1, 2021 at 7 pm, you can access this Zoom link to join us.
Meeting ID: 847 9210 2961
A Zoom Talk on June 1
The Beach & East Toronto Historical Society has asked me to give another talk about the Price family’s contribution to the development of the Beach. It will cover the much of the same ground as the first talk, in October of 2019, but will include some new material that I didn’t have then.
Saturday, September 22, 1923
Helen Price and Harley Warner, my paternal grandparents, were married, on Saturday, September 22, 1923, at her home on Glen Manor Drive in Toronto.
Ward 9 Community News, June 17, 1975, pages 4 and 5
In October of 2019, I had the privilege of giving a talk about the Prices at a monthly meeting of the Beach and East Toronto Historical Society (TBETHS).