True Crime in Toronto September 17: Canada's Master Bank Robber Edwin Alonzo Boyd

September 8, 2014 | Andrew

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Edwin Alonzo Boyd MugshotEdwin-alonzo-boyd-1   The Life and Crimes of Canada's Master Robber

Want to learn more about one of Toronto's most notorious criminals this fall? Look no further!

Join author Nate Hendley in a lively discussion about infamous bank robber Edwin Alonzo Boyd, subject of his 2003 Book. Flamboyant Boyd headed a notorious gang that robbed banks in Toronto and escaped from the Don Jail twice in the 1950s.

North York Central Library, Room 1
5120 Yonge Street, Toronto

Wednesday September 17
7:30-9:30 pm

Co-sponsored by the North York Historical Society and the North York Central Library Canadiana Department. Free admission, all are welcome! No registration is required. For more information call 416-395-5623.

In addition to Hendley's book, Canadiana owns other interesting true crime books from around Toronto and Ontario such as:

Check out these related sites on the history of policing criminals in Canada:

The Canadiana Department holds a reference collection of Canadian genealogy, Ontario local history, North York history, and materials related to Canada. The Department also houses collections from these societies:

  • Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Jewish Genealogical Society (Toronto Branch)
  • Canadian Society of Mayflower Descendants
  • York Pioneer and Historical Society
  • North York Historical Society