To support the community efforts to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, beginning Monday March 16 the Fisher Library (including the University Archives) will be closed to researchers for an indefinite period of time. Thank you for your understanding.
While our physical location is closed, consult our digitized archival collections and photographs online. Questions? Contact us!
2020’s celebration of #asianheritagemonth focuses on Asian Canadians who have worked to foster change and a more equitable society. Professor and former Director of #UofT @oiseuoft ‘s Centre for Women's Studies in Education, Dr. Roxana Ng, was an inspiring figure who did just this through her deep investment in social justice. Both her research and decades of activism explored anti-racism, feminism, and issues facing immigrant workers, particularly through her involvement in numerous committees, community groups and organizations. We are grateful to hold her papers here at the UofT Archives. #archivesofinstagram #asianheritagemonthincanada
Harold Adams Innis was a professor of political economy at the University of Toronto and the author of seminal works on media, communication theory, and Canadian economic history.