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  • Promotion of healthy living in Ontario
    Promotion of healthy living in Ontario
    collection       From busy public health nurses to today's Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, the government of Ontario has always tried to help Ontarians live longer, healthier lives. The promotion of healthy living in Ontario is an exhibit that explores the history and increasing sophistication of health promotion in Ontario.
    collection     From busy public health nurses to today's Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, the government of Ontario has always tried to help Ontarians live longer, healthier lives. The promotion of healthy ...
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  • Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada
    Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada
    collection       Produced in Partnership with the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, the Archives of Ontario's newest exhibit, Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada, touches on the lives of enslaved Africans, and focuses on the actions they took to resist their servitude. It reveals that Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe's 1793 Act to Limit Slavery in ...
    collection     Produced in Partnership with the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, the Archives of Ontario's newest exhibit, Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada, touches on the lives of enslaved Africans, and focuses ...
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  • 175 Years of Hope: A Celebration of the Sharon Temple and the Children of Peace
    175 Years of Hope: A Celebration of the Sharon Temple and the Children of Peace
    collection       The Children of Peace were key to the development of Canadian democracy and social justice. They created Canada's first cooperative and credit union, and were critical actors in the democratic reform movement led by William Lyon Mackenzie, Robert Baldwin and Louis LaFontaine. The dramatic and ornate Sharon Temple, built by ...
    collection     The Children of Peace were key to the development of Canadian democracy and social justice. They created Canada's first cooperative and credit union, and were critical actors in the democratic ...
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  • A Lifetime -- Day by Day, Five Women and Their Diaries
    A Lifetime -- Day by Day, Five Women and Their Diaries
    collection       This online exhibition provides important insights into the every day lives of early Ontario pioneers. When we read about these women's day to day experiences, the roles they played and the tasks they performed, we have a window into the society in which they lived.
    collection     This online exhibition provides important insights into the every day lives of early Ontario pioneers. When we read about these women's day to day experiences, the roles they played and ...
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  • Eyewitness: Thomas Burrowes on the Rideau Canal
    Eyewitness: Thomas Burrowes on the Rideau Canal
    collection       The Rideau Canal is celebrating its 175th year in 2007 and, to recognize the event, the Archives of Ontario presents Eyewitness: Thomas Burrowes on the Rideau Canal. Thomas Burrowes worked on the Rideau Canal during its construction and documented his experiences in a series of watercolour paintings. The Archives has ...
    collection     The Rideau Canal is celebrating its 175th year in 2007 and, to recognize the event, the Archives of Ontario presents Eyewitness: Thomas Burrowes on the Rideau Canal. Thomas Burrowes worked ...
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  • Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill
    Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill
    collection       In recognition of the 45th Anniversary of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Archives of Ontario presents The Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill. This exhibit celebrates the life of Dan Hill, the first Director of the Commission and a prominent writer, public figure and community ...
    collection     In recognition of the 45th Anniversary of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Archives of Ontario presents The Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill. This exhibit ...
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  • Mirror, Mirror ... Looking Back Through the Eye of the CFPL News Camera
    Mirror, Mirror ... Looking Back Through the Eye of the CFPL News Camera
    collection       When television station CFPL in London first went on the air in 1953, it was just the second private broadcaster in Canada. Television was in its infancy and people were just beginning to learn about current events from on-air news reporting. In June of 2002, CFPL generously donated, to the ...
    collection     When television station CFPL in London first went on the air in 1953, it was just the second private broadcaster in Canada. Television was in its infancy and people were ...
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  • David Thompson, Map Maker, Explorer and Visionary
    David Thompson, Map Maker, Explorer and Visionary
    collection       David Thompson (1770-1857) fur trader, astronomer and surveyor, mapped more of North America than anyone else. His journals, letters, maps and autobiography provide detailed insights into the fur trade, the Native People he encountered, the lands he explored, and milestones in his life. The year 2007 marks the 150th anniversary ...
    collection     David Thompson (1770-1857) fur trader, astronomer and surveyor, mapped more of North America than anyone else. His journals, letters, maps and autobiography provide detailed insights into the fur trade, the ...
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  • Osgoode Hall Turns 175 - Documenting a Landmark
    Osgoode Hall Turns 175 - Documenting a Landmark
    collection       Osgoode Hall, a National Historic Site of Canada, is celebrating its 175th birthday in 2007. To recognize this important milestone, the Archives of Ontario is pleased to introduce this anniversary exhibition, a joint project of the Archives of Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada. Osgoode Hall is both ...
    collection     Osgoode Hall, a National Historic Site of Canada, is celebrating its 175th birthday in 2007. To recognize this important milestone, the Archives of Ontario is pleased to introduce this anniversary ...
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  • Black Canadian Experience in Ontario 1834-1914: Flight, Freedom, Foundation
    Black Canadian Experience in Ontario 1834-1914: Flight, Freedom, Foundation
    collection       This a joint project of the Archives of Ontario and the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS). This exhibit explores the migration of people of African origin into Canada, particularly via the Underground Railroad, and celebrates a community which has played a significant role in Ontario's history.
    collection     This a joint project of the Archives of Ontario and the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS). This exhibit explores the migration of people of African origin into Canada, particularly via ...
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  • Yours to Discover - Tourism in Ontario through Time
    Yours to Discover - Tourism in Ontario through Time
    collection       Ontario is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Visitors come to enjoy the natural beauty of the province's parks and countryside, and to partake of the vibrant life of its cities. Yours to Discover - Tourism in Ontario through Time is an exhibit that explores tourism ...
    collection     Ontario is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Visitors come to enjoy the natural beauty of the province's parks and countryside, and to partake of the ...
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  • Ontario Society of Artists and the Government of Ontario Art Collection
    Ontario Society of Artists and the Government of Ontario Art Collection
    collection       In July of 2005, eighteen members of the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA) each donated a piece of their own work to the Government of Ontario Art Collection. Diverse in style and subject matter, all the works represent some aspect of Ontario as reflected through the eyes of its talented ...
    collection     In July of 2005, eighteen members of the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA) each donated a piece of their own work to the Government of Ontario Art Collection. Diverse in ...
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  • Images of Black History: Exploring the Alvin McCurdy Collection
    Images of Black History: Exploring the Alvin McCurdy Collection
    collection       The Archives of Ontario recognizes Black History Month with an exploration of the Alvin McCurdy collection. McCurdy lived in Amherstburg, in South-Western Ontario, and collected thousands of documents and photographs relating to black history in the province.
    collection     The Archives of Ontario recognizes Black History Month with an exploration of the Alvin McCurdy collection. McCurdy lived in Amherstburg, in South-Western Ontario, and collected thousands of documents and photographs ...
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  • Story of an Ontario Veteran: Excerpts from the John Mould Diaries
    Story of an Ontario Veteran: Excerpts from the John Mould Diaries
    collection       For Remembrance Day in this special Year of the Veteran, the Archives invites you to hear the story of one veteran from Ontario, told in his own words. Join us in reading and listening to excerpts from the World War One diary of John Mould, a patriot and a two-time ...
    collection     For Remembrance Day in this special Year of the Veteran, the Archives invites you to hear the story of one veteran from Ontario, told in his own words. Join us ...
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  • James Bay Treaty Turns 100
    James Bay Treaty Turns 100
    collection       This year marks the centennial of The James Bay Treaty, also known as Treaty No.9. As part of the centennial marking the signing of the Treaty, the Archives of Ontario is proud to present The James Bay Treaty Turns 100, an exhibit outlining the main historical events leading to Treaty ...
    collection     This year marks the centennial of The James Bay Treaty, also known as Treaty No.9. As part of the centennial marking the signing of the Treaty, the Archives of Ontario ...
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  • Medical Records at the Archives of Ontario
    Medical Records at the Archives of Ontario
    collection       Canadians and Ontarians take great pride and interest in their health care system, and the Archives of Ontario is proud to hold an important key to the province's heritage through the health-related records that it acquires, preserves, and makes accessible to the public. Medical Records at the Archives of Ontario ...
    collection     Canadians and Ontarians take great pride and interest in their health care system, and the Archives of Ontario is proud to hold an important key to the province's heritage through ...
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  • Archives of Ontario Celebrates Our Agricultural Past
    Archives of Ontario Celebrates Our Agricultural Past
    collection       Whether living and working in a farming community, or watching a harvest sunset while travelling a rural highway, Ontarians take great pride in their agricultural heritage. The Archives of Ontario is proud to hold an important key to the province's agricultural heritage through the documents it acquires, preserves and makes ...
    collection     Whether living and working in a farming community, or watching a harvest sunset while travelling a rural highway, Ontarians take great pride in their agricultural heritage. The Archives of Ontario ...
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  • Archives of Ontario Remembers the Home Front
    Archives of Ontario Remembers the Home Front
    collection       Sixty years ago, on June 6, 1944, the liberation of Europe began with the D-Day invasion, involving the combined forces of Great Britain, the United States, Canada and their allies. Several Ontario-based regiments participated in the landings and fighting on a section of the beach at Normandy code-named Juno. The ...
    collection     Sixty years ago, on June 6, 1944, the liberation of Europe began with the D-Day invasion, involving the combined forces of Great Britain, the United States, Canada and their allies. ...
    Archives of Ontario
  • Great Toronto Fire
    Great Toronto Fire
    collection       On the night of April 19-20th 1904, Toronto experienced the worst fire in its history. The exact cause of the fire was never determined but it levelled nearly 20 acres of land and over 5,000 jobs were lost, at least temporarily. Fortunately, no lives were lost but the fire, which ...
    collection     On the night of April 19-20th 1904, Toronto experienced the worst fire in its history. The exact cause of the fire was never determined but it levelled nearly 20 acres ...
    Archives of Ontario
  • War of 1812 in Upper Canada
    War of 1812 in Upper Canada
    collection       This extensive exhibit and history resource showcases some of the personalities and locations that played a role in the war and explores the events of that conflict as told through the correspondence and diaries of those who lived it. These words are illustrated with artwork, maps and photographs from the ...
    collection     This extensive exhibit and history resource showcases some of the personalities and locations that played a role in the war and explores the events of that conflict as told through ...
    Archives of Ontario
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