The Azrieli Foundation is supporting Holocaust survivors living in poverty in Toronto.
While in Halifax for Holocaust Education, Holocaust Survivor and author of If, By Miracle, sat down with CTV News Halifax to talk about this survival, building a new life, and the importance of telling his story. Click here to watch.
Anka Voticky, Montreal resident, Holocaust survivor, and author of Knocking On Every Door, turned 100 years old and the media was there to document her amazing life and story. Check out these great videos to learn more: Skip to the
CBC Radio Newfoundland’s Central Morning Show spoke with the Program and an educator from Gander Collegiate to discuss the innovative Twitter BookClub project. To listen to the interview, click here.
An amazing story came out during this year’s Sustaining Memories Program, a program run by the Foundation that helps Holocaust survivors write down their experiences. To learn more about this remarkable tale of survival and hidden identity in this
On Yom Hashoah Rachel Shtibel, author of The Violin, was interviewed in her Toronto home. Click here, to the see broadcast and learn more about Rachels remarkable story.