History of Niagara
We recently spoke with the Niagara Military Museum’s Jim and Kathy Doherty about the Black Military History of Niagara exhibit, and some of the stories and people we all should know.
Quarantine Qapsule (QQ) is a digital archive of the Asian Canadian experience during the COVID-19 pandemic brought to you by Tea Base in partnership with Myseum of Toronto. As a “time capsule” of the quarantine period, we are looking for creative contributions from all members of our community.
In Conversation with Duke and David
A conversation between Duke Redbird & former Mayor David Crombie that reflects on Toronto’s history & Indigenous/Settler relations.
Over-Policing Black and Indigenous Lives
A discussion that takes a critical look into the history of over-policing in Canada, the communities most affected, where things stand now, and were we go from here.
MYSEUM OF TORONTO
Toronto’s museum without walls
Instead of asking people to come to one location to explore art, culture, and history,
Myseum delivers free and accessible programs and exhibits
to all corners of the city.
Your support is essential for Myseum to continue cultivating a greater appreciation for our city and the countless perspectives of its communities.
Archiving Asian Canadian Stories
In Conversation With Duke Redbird and David Crombie
Talks, panels, and workshops with a focus on strengthening the arts and cultural sectors in Toronto.