9 May 2001 -- Following a lengthy enforced imprisonment in a cave with a crack team from the Project's Real Canadian Beaver contingent, editor Rob Caldwell emerged into the daylight holding aloft the seminal Bruce Cockburn & Toronto: A Historical Tour.
For those interested in how Toronto has played a part in Cockburn's songs and album art, and as a backdrop for performances and recordings of some of Cockburn's best known albums, the guide offers genuine historical information together with a lively mix of completely useless trivia.
Find out what the R.C. Harris Filtration Plant has to do with anything. Consider if it's possible that anyone at True North really knows where they work any more after four office locations, and -- shockingly! -- learn the difference between purple and pornographic onions.
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