150 Years of Language in Toronto

Group Exhibition
Canadian Language Museum (Glendon Gallery - Glendon Campus)

Toronto’s language landscape has undergone major shifts over the past 150 years and its geography has reflected these changes. This bilingual (English and French), photography-based exhibit highlights 150 years of Toronto’s changing multilingual landscape. Using archival and contemporary photographs and videos, this exhibition inspires a deeper understanding of Toronto’s multicultural history and languages.

Curated by Elaine Gold, Jocelyn Kent, Christine Pennington, Katherine Wilson
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