Canadian History and Memorabilia

History of the Past in Canada

Recent Work

  • Art Deco Door by MarianBendeth
  • Downtown Toronto Fogfest No 1 by Brian Carson
  • Speed No 2 by Brian Carson
  • Trinity 3 by John Velocci
  • The Danforth Music Hall Toronto Canada No 1 by Brian Carson
  • Greenery by AnnDixon
  • ROM 3 by John Velocci
  • Auroral church by zumi
  • Toronto Skywalk 7 by John Velocci
  • Ascension 2 by John Velocci
  • Tunnel to Hell by John Velocci
  • CNE Horse Palace Toronto Canada by Brian Carson

About This Group

We would like to showcase Canadian History and represent important events that reflect upon the heart and soul of Canada’s past.
These are examples of the group core just to name a few: museums, homes, settlements, forts, landmarks, archeological event sites, religious structures…
anything of historical interest.

Please note: No T-shirts, stickers or iPhone cases. Photography work only!

Our good friend, Mike Oxley, passed away on January 18, 2012

“If there is another world, he lives in bliss.
  If there is none, he made the best of this.”
– Robert Burns


Good bye, Mike. Rest in Peace. You will be missed.

Here’s a few marvellous groups you may also want to check out!

Preserving History

This group’s purpose is to preserve history through the photography of historic monuments, landmarks, buildings, bridges, forms of transportation, antiques, re-enactments, clothing, tools, farm equipment and numerous other things.


Canadiana is a Group for Canadians to showcase the wonders of this vast and beautiful country from coast to coast, including the scenery, the people, the culture, the humour, the beauty, or whatever you think makes Canada wonderful.

We welcome all Canadians to the group whether they are living in, traveling, or working outside of Canada. Others who wish to join the group just to enjoy the beautiful photography may do so.

Historic Places

For this group, the subject of your photo must have received an official historic designation, and the designation must be listed in the title or description.

The designation can be from local, state or national levels. Historic Landmark, Historic Site, Historic Monument, Historic District and Historic Property are a few of the historic designations. The National Historic Register, National Historic Commission, National Historical Perservation Society, UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic Trust are some of the groups that grant these designations, but any National, State or local group that recognizes and/or protects historic places and objects is definitely acceptable, as well as any archeological sites.

Historic Churches

Churches have played an important part in society throughout the ages and have provided a safe haven for many. They have been responsible for the recording of births, deaths and marriages as well as providing education and solice to many. This group will be looking to show the world the beauty, the grandeur or in some instances the humble structures that have been a place of worship for many denominations.

Canadian Artists and Art

Canadian Artists is a Group about Canada and Canadian artists. It’s an opportunity to showcase your art images of Canada, with the emphasis on Art. These images may include the people, the culture, scenery, landscapes, wildlife, and all the beauty that is here in Canada and in Canadians. We welcome both traditional and photographic works of art. We also want to showcase Canadian Artists wherever you reside!

See the group rules and join this group here

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