The Ontario Jewish Archives has over 100,000 photographs documenting Jewish life in the province. OJA Archivist Kara Isozaki selected some of her favourites to create a series of fun downloadable colouring pages.
The COVID-19 Documentation Project collection at the OJA documents the Jewish community’s experience during the pandemic.
Three Jewish arts, culture and heritage organizations share how they re-imagined their programming for a pandemic, and how they see the future of culture.
Bathurst Manor has been identified by the OJA as an historic Jewish neighbourhood with a unique cultural community history to be preserved for future generations.
The Ontario Jewish Archives is working with historians, archivists, curators and educators to offer a series of discussions and lectures surrounding Jewish history and Covid 19.
Happy Pride Month! We have compiled a list of Kultura Collective events running this month, along with events from our partner organizations.
For Pride Month, the OJA has compiled a list of LGBTQ stories from Ontario’s Jewish community.
Discover new virtual learning opportunities, online programming, and podcasts, bringing the stories out of the OJA’s vaults and into your homes.
Caring for Community is a series of social media posts curated by the Ontario Jewish Archives in celebration of Jewish Heritage Month.