Explore the stories of some of Toronto’s most interesting people and the many things they’ve done to make our city a better place to live
As the coronation of King Charles III is celebrated, we look back at the coronation of his mother, 70 years ago.
In remembrance of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this exhibit looks back at some of her visits to Toronto.
Toronto is a food and beverage manufacturing metropolis with a long history of producing food and drink for its own citizens and for national and international consumers.
This exhibit looks at Donald Moore, a community leader and civil rights activist who fought to change Canada’s exclusionary immigration laws.
A look at Terry Fox’s visit to Scarborough during his Marathon of Hope in the summer of 1980.
An introduction to the history and records of the Alumnae Association of the School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital, 1894–2010.
CKGW was a radio station owned and operated by distiller Gooderham and Worts, that broadcast from the King Edward hotel in the 1920s and 1930s.
See a selection of 1950s space-age, yet functional, furniture designed and manufactured by Torontonian Russell Spanner.
Haberdasher Norman Birrell encouraged us to "remember Dad" every June through his attractive window displays of hats, ties, and other accessories.