Tommy Douglas

Tommy Douglas and Lady Jane share a kiss in May 1968. Mr. Douglas was (as the Toronto Star reported) “walking through hippieland he met Lady Jane and friends” after filming a TV interview earlier in a coffee shop and “Yorkville hippies watched Lady Jane waylay the NDP leader“.

By the way, the sign seen through the window at rear left marks the first Mr. Submarine location (130 Yorkville Ave). A tuna sub was $0.79 and a super-sub was $1.38 - the place had just opened.

Appearing on the taped CBC show The Public Eye in 1968:

Below was taken on June 22 1981 when Mr. Douglas received the Order of Canada.

Thomas Clement Douglas: October 20, 1904 to February 24, 1986.

Photographs taken by Reg Innell, Jeff Goode and Boris Spremo, courtesy of Toronto Public Library.