The March of the Living is a program funded by Jewish Federations of Canada-UIA and by local UJA and CJA Federations.

2014 March of the Living Photos

We will be posting photos during the march, please check back for updates.


Coast to Coast:

  • Uploaded daily from the March

MOL 2014 Online Registration

Montreal registration:

  • To access the Montreal high school application (In French) click here
  • To access the Montreal high school application (In English) click here

Toronto Registration:

  • Registration for the Toronto High School Program is now closed.
  • Public High School students participating in the Toronto March of the Living can now earn a credit!  For more Information on MOL and Torah High’s ISRAEL FOR CREDIT click HERE

Coast to Coast Registration:

  • To access the Coast to Coast high school application click here

Canadian Young Adult Application:

  • To access the Canadian Young Adults Application click here

Manuscript- Gail Schwartz’s story

My name is Gail Schwartz*, I was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1931. I have a brother who is 5 years younger than me. Growing up as a Jew was livable, we were still hated on, but it was manageable. We had everything when I was young, the best and nicest versions of everything. My [...]

The Life of Faigie Schmidt Libman | By: Melissa Bensky

My name is Faigie Libman and I was born on July 29, 1934 in Kaunas, Lithuania. I never spoke about the war, , what I had been through, or any of my experiences. It was only in 1989, when an Anne Frank exhibit opened at Ontario Place that I finally started to be talk about [...]

Gitel Morrison (Interviewed by Jenna Roher)

It took me three days to adjust to the daylight when I walked out of the forest. All my horrifying memories of the past few years raced through my mind. My name is Gitel Morrison and this is my story. I was born to a middle-class family. We lived in an apartment in Lodz, Poland. [...]

Auntie Regine’s Story – Samantha Fink

Life before the war when I was a child in Belfort, France was wonderful. I had an older brother and sister, my parents were in business, and my family loved music. When each of us children turned 5 years old, my parents put us all in music lessons – my brother took violin, my sister [...]