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From the sources I found above, I think I can apply source number 2, 4, 7, 8, and10 into my essay about “Toronto Harbour”. Since they were all came from newspaper, I assume they are accurate. And the topics of those sources are in common, they are relevant together.
Since those sources talked about the history of Toronto Harbour and Toronto Harbour in modern days, so I will set my thesis as “the change of Toronto Harbour from history to modern days”. And the main focus will be how Toronto Harbour was in the history, how Toronto Harbour is in modern days, and what is the change or difference between the old Toronto Harbour and the new Toronto Harbour.