Canada 150


City-produced exhibitions including visual art, photography and storytelling highlight moments in time in Toronto that have shaped Canada as we know it today. For more TO Canada with Love exhibitions, visit the Canada 150 Festival and Event Calendar.

Canada 150 Exhibitions: Maple Leaf Forever

Maple Leaf Forever: Toronto's Take on a National Symbol

Market Gallery 
Now until November 25, 2017

This artifact-rich exhibition will explore how Torontonians have helped shape the maple leaf as Canada's leading national symbol over the past 150 years. From the Prince of Wales' visit to Toronto just prior to Confederation to the use of the maple leaf in commercial and industrial branding throughout the 20th century, Torontonians have forged close associations between the maple leaf as an icon and a source of identity. Learn More

Canada 150 Exhibitions: Eatons Goes to War

Eaton's Goes to War: Family, Memory & Meaning

Mackenzie House
September 21 to January 31, 2018

During the First World War, 3,327 Eaton's employees enlisted to fight, and each had a portrait displayed prominently in the Toronto store. More than 2,000 of these portraits survive today in the Archives of Ontario. Explore this unique exhibit to learn more about the personal stories of some of these employees and see how the Great War transformed Canada. Learn More

Canada 150 Exhibitions: Gibson House Preserves

Gibson House Preserves

Gibson House Museum
September 23 to December 3, 2017

Gibson House Museum will provide canning jars, guidelines, and suggestions for North York residents and community organizations to create their own Canada Memory Jar for inclusion in the Museum's fall 2017 exhibit: Gibson House Preserves. Learn More

Canada 150 Exhibitions: Innovation Circa 1867

Innovation Circa 1867

Colborne Lodge
December 10, 2017 to March 18, 2018

An exhibit featuring artifacts, reproductions and images highlighting new and emerging technologies and ideas circa 1867. Learn More

Canada 150 Exhibitions: Art Map of Canadian Identity

Our Journey: An Art Map of Canadian Identity

Spadina Museum
Now until December 31, 2017

This collaborative project by Toronto artist Xenia Gonzalez invites visitors to share their stories and contribute to an art map that aims to acknowledge everyone’s place, identities and contributions to Canadian society past and present. Learn More