Work in a brand-new state-of-the-art institution and the first Holocaust Museum in Canada designed for the post-survivor period.
Thousands of Grade 8 and Grade 10 students viewed the re-enactment at Christie Pits Park, and learned vital lessons from our community’s history.
The Toronto Holocaust Museum inspires visitors to think deeply about the tragedies of the Holocaust and make connections between this history, world events, and contemporary Canadian life.
As the work continues to complete the Toronto Holocaust Museum, Chief Curator, Rachel Libman, and her team, have been hard at work curating the exhibits that will be showcased throughout the space.
The new Toronto Holocaust Museum (THM), opening in spring 2023, seeks an organized, creative, versatile, and passionate Marketing & Communications Coordinator.
This event, in honour of Yom HaShoah, offers an innovative, intimate way to learn from the legacies of Holocaust survivors through recorded testimonies, and dialogue about contemporary manifestations of antisemitism.
Marnie Salsky is a Toronto-based, award-winning photographer with an interest in storytelling centered around community.
Thanks to an extraordinary lead contribution of $12 million from the Azrieli Foundation, we are thrilled to announce that the new Toronto Holocaust Museum will open in 2023.
The Sarah & Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre has received a $340,000 grant from Canadian Heritage to fund the 18-month Online Hate Research and Education Project.
Jewish communities across Canada, and worldwide, will come together virtually to commemorate Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.