The Archives hosts exhibits and events throughout the year. Find out what’s on.

Atrium exhibit

Coming soon

The Archives newest exhibit, in partnership with Black Artists’ Networks in Dialogue (BAND), will open on October 17, 2022. More information coming soon.


Web Exhibits

The TTC: 100 Years of Moving Toronto

100 Years of Moving Toronto highlights the growth and expansion of the TTC, with newly digitized images of female employees during the Second World War, early accessible vehicles, and construction of the Yonge and Sheppard subway lines.

 

PCC streetcar at intersection of Queen and Yonge streets
PCC streetcar at intersection of Queen and Yonge streets
August 1983
City of Toronto Archives
Fonds 1526, File 76, Item 1

 

This exhibit formed part of a larger celebration of the TTC’s centenary, which was also seen at 12 subway stations.

Progress, Economy & Heart – Celebrating 100 Years of North York

The Township of North York was established in 1922. Progress, Economy and Heart explores the development of the municipality from farmland to modern metropolis.

North York Planners working on zoning maps
Mayor Mel Lastman celebrating the 30,000th building permit issued in North York