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Toronto School Children Before the Great Replacement — 1859-1975

Toronto Normal School 1890
Not long ago I read from an “Anti-Racism” school newsletter that “if you identify as white, you are complicit in a system of white supremacy.” This is what Canadian children are learning in our schools. The mere statement that Whites created Canada, or that Canada was overwhelmingly Euro-Canadian throughout its history, over 96 percent as late as 1971, is now deemed to be an act of racial aggression. You are only allowed to speak about Whites to identify “Canada’s past racism”.
 
The teaching of history in our schools has been seriously harmed by the politics of diversity. Every single course in history from primary grades to high school is massively about the mistreatment of aboriginals and non-whites. Google the words “history of Canadian schools” and then click “images” — they are mostly about the “horrors” of “residential schools“.
 
You have to persist in your searchers if you want to find images of normal happy White schools in Canada. It took me a very long time to find and select these images. A few come from older Canadians posting pictures of their school classes in blogs, but most came from Toronto city archives and the Toronto District School Board, or from the archives of the schools themselves. In total contrast, the internet is plastered with millions of links and images about “racism in Canadian schools“.
 
This is not incidental. It is an intrinsic and inevitable component of The Great Replacement. Your history is being demonized and erased in tandem with your biological replacement.
 
The media abhors pictures in which everyone is happily and healthily White. The images you are about to see are of children now identified as members of a “white supremacist culture”, a “homophobic,” “sexist”, “patriarchal,” “bigoted,” “xenophobic” and “narrow-minded” nation. Don’t let them trampled your history and ancestors. These pictures were from a time when Canadians had far lower per capita incomes than today; and yet what stands out is how sensible, happy, and stable the children were, and how sane and rounded the education was.
 

1850s – 1890s

 

 
 
Pyne Public School Students at Dovercourt for Industrial Arts, 1878
 
1890 DEER PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL
1891 LOUISA STREET SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN CLASS
 
All-female student teacher class practicing teaching at the Normal School, 1898


1900-1910

 
 
1902 GRADE VIII GIRLS CLASS AT PARKDALE PUBLIC SCHOOL
1902 Scholarship Class, Harbord Collegiate Institute
 
Dewson Street Public School 1904
 
 
1908 – Boys eating lunch, Scarborough School, Old Kingston Road, west of Highland Creek

 

1908 – Chemistry class, Technical School
1910 CHILDREN KNITTING AT OGDEN PUBLIC SCHOOL
 

1911-1920

 

1913 – Forest School

 
 
Public nose-blowing class in 1913

1919 – Orde Street Open Air School
 
1919 Lambton Park School

1919 – Niagara Street School

1920s

A Clinton Street Public School class photo with cadets in front, 1920.
 
 
BOYS IN WOODWORKING CLASS 1920

Central Technical School, view of cooking class – 1923

1923 – Class room inspection. Public School
 
 
1923 York St. Public School, corner Richmond St. W
 
Frankland School, Toronto 1923

1923 – Milk program, Manning Avenue School
 
Brown Public School 1925

1925 – Normal School, children leaving for holidays

1925 – Hughes School choir group

1926 – Adam Beck School
 
 
1929 DOVERCOURT PUBLIC SCHOOL CLASS

1929 – Appleby School games

1930s

 

1930 – Junior Vocational School, pyramid by gym class
 
 
1930 MODELMAKING AT BRANT SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOL
 

1930 – Normal School, boys with bird houses
 
Reading newspapers, Jarvis Vocational, 1930

1934 – Health Services — Oriole Park School
 
 
1937 Park Public School, Shuter St., Interior, kindergarten

1940s

 

1940 – Mimico school band
1940 SECORD SCHOOL CHAMPION FOOTBALL (SOCCER) TEAM

1940 – Music Class. Unidentified school

1942 – Public Health Dept. Inoculations in gymnasium of a high school
 
 
1942 – Wilkinson Open Air School
D. B. Hood Public School 1944.
 
Library at St. Mary School, 1948

1950s

 
Hardwood School, 1950s

1953 Bathurst Heights Vocational Collegiate School on Lawrence Ave
 
Scarborough Public Library bookmobile, 1956
Williamson Road Public School 1957

1960s and 1970s

 
Williamson Road Public School 1962-3
Williamson Road Public School 1964-5
 
 

 

Gracedale Public School 1969-70
1973-1974 Gracedale School
 
1974-5 Gracedale Public School
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