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Les administrateurs honoraires

Les administrateurs et administratrices honoraires sont d’anciens administrateurs qui fournissent services, conseils et soutien en permanence au Musée. Ella (Yeti) Agnew Elyse Allan Maurice F. Anderson Salvatore (Sal) M. Badali Lawrence S. Bloomberg Gerald E. Boyce Marian Bradshaw Sally Brenzel

Izzy Camilleri

  As one of Canada’s most celebrated and innovative fashion designers, Izzy Camilleri has made a name for herself crafting clothing for national and international clients for almost 30 years. From her earliest, raved-about runway collections to her recent groundbreaking work designing high-style

Jeanne Beker

  Jeanne Beker is one of the most iconic and influential women in the fashion industry, both here in Canada and around the world. She studied acting and began her career in media reporting on the arts for CBC radio in St. John's Newfoundland. In 1979 she launched the groundbreaking show The

Barbara Turnbull

  Barbara Turnbull attended Arizona State University, graduating in 1990 with a B.A. in Journalism, magna cum laude and as Valedictorian.  Barbara then joined the staff of The Toronto Star as general assignment reporter.  Today she writes for the Life section.  In 1997 Barbara’s autobiography

Maayan Ziv

  Maayan Ziv is a freelance photographer whose work focuses on black and white emotive portraiture, editorial fashion, and gritty street scenes. She studied Media at Ryerson University and her background in media communications, art and theatre influences her work. Born with Muscular Dystrophy,

Luke Anderson

Luke Anderson is a licensed professional structural engineer at a leading engineering firm in Toronto and co-founder of StopGap Foundation, which raises awareness about barriers in our built environment that prevent many people from enjoying the spaces that they desire.    Luke graduated from

Joel Dembe

Joel Dembe is a Paralympian (London 2012), and a two-time Canadian National Wheelchair Tennis Champion. Tennis has allowed him to travel all over the world to compete. He is currently training for the 2015 Toronto Parapan American Games.   A benign spinal tumour removed at birth caused partial

Carolyn Pioro

  Carolyn Pioro is a freelance editor and writer living in Toronto. In high school she was a star field hockey player and represented Ontario in trampoline at the national championships. At the University of Toronto she rowed competitively, winning Ontario titles and placing second at Boston’s

Joanne Smith

Joanne Smith is a graduate of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto, holds a degree in psychology from York University, as well as a diploma in radio & television broadcasting from Seneca College.  Joanne has dedicated her career to raising awareness of the issues concerning people

Russell Owen Winkelaar

My name is Russell Owen Winkelaar. I am a dreamer, a lover, an explorer, an actor, an artist, advocate, and a helper. It was two weeks before my fourth birthday, March 14th, 1986, when I became a T-6 paraplegic. I was asleep in the back seat next to my baby sister. My Uncle was driving and my