Canada 150

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In celebration of Canada 150, MomenTO highlights people, places and events from 1867 to 2017 that are significant to the history of Canada and Toronto. MomenTO engages community partners to present a diverse set of events, exhibits, and installations from May to December of 2017. At the same time, the MomenTO Pop-up Museum takes Canada's 150th anniversary city-wide, featuring artifacts from the City's historical collections that help tell remarkable stories from Toronto and Canada's past.

MomenTO Pop-Up Museum

In celebration of Canada 150, The MomenTO Pop-Up Museum aims to travel throughout the city with an interactive presentation of images and artifacts that will tell the stories of remarkable people, places and events in the history of Toronto and Canada.


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Community Events

MomenTO wants to showcase events that highlight historical people, places, or moments, from 1867-2017, that are significant to Toronto and Canada. Email momento@toronto.ca to submit your event!

MomenTO: Toronto 150 VR

Project 150 VR

Explore an interactive virtual reality view of Toronto's waterfront in 1867 and 2017. Click between time periods to experience the incredible change in the skyline over the last 150 years.

MomenTO Timeline

Do you know your city? Visit our timeline of moments in Toronto that have shaped Canada over the past 150 years.

Submit your idea

Our timeline is growing, and you can contribute! Tell us about a Toronto moment you'd like to add with a brief description of why your suggestion is significant to Canada's history. Email momento@toronto.ca to participate. Some public submissions will appear on our online timeline throughout 2017.


MomenTO is produced by the City of Toronto in partnership with the Province of Ontario's Ontario 150 Program and the Government of Canada.

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Program Partners

TIFF - Toronto International Film Festival

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Toronto Region Conservation 

Heritage Toronto