The industrial era is arguably one of the most revolutionary and essential times in human history, as to how it transgressed the society back then to the community in which we ultimately know today. The industrial revolution led to many new creations and inventions, the use of factories and heavy machinery conclusively led to a faster production rate and a new form of society in which transformed the way objects are produced and made. The Post- Industrial era was a different time and massive evolution from the industrial age. Things such as the changing landscape of cities, in which industrial Toronto was much more segregated than during the industrial period in how the rich and the poor were divided in where they live and also how business districts and residential communities were in different areas. Another huge transformation is the ways of transportation through the streetcar, which was a possible way of going through the city for all types of classes. Toronto serves as an excellent example of the change in landscape due to technological advances such as streetcars. Post- Industrial Era in Canada was a tremendous transformation in which created many endeavours within society and more importantly towards the working men of society. The male worker was explicitly one of the people who had a miserable and harmful experience throughout the times of 1870 -1920. Due to reasons of how the quality of life was unacceptable for the men living in slums and the horrid conditions within the workforce, while also looking how the standards of living were so poor within the workplace as men would receive meagre wages.