Join a Walking Tour of Toronto's First Jewish Cemetery
Learn about the Jewish history of Toronto on our walking tour of the Pape Ave. Cemetery!
Identifying the Impact of the OJA
The OJA has partnered with the University of Toronto iSchool on a SSHRC-funded research project that examines the impact of community archives.
The OJA's Yiddish Translation Hub Project
The OJA is embarking on an ambitious new project to digitize and translate the Yiddish documents in our holdings.
Established in 1973, the Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre, a department of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto, acquires, preserves and makes available documentary sources related to Ontario's Jewish community.
Search the Archives
Access our extensive archival collections online
Discover the people and subjects that make up the OJA's collections.
The OJA mounts a number of special exhibitions each year that explore a variety of themes and highlight the items in our collection.