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Canadian Friends of Massuah
3089 Bathurst Street, Suite 205
Toronto, Ontario M6A 2A4

Telephone 416-783-1880 (Fax) 416-781-6439

Massuah, The Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, has made a
unique contribution to the understanding of the Holocaust,
especially among young people. Nowhere else in the world, except
at this facility, can young people and old, Jewish and non-Jewish,
students and educators learn about the Holocaust through the best
pedagogical techniques available. Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel has
stated that, "Massuah's methods are unique and highly successful."

Massuah means beacon or signal torch. It is a flame of
rememberance that stands as a warning and as a torch of hope, that
the memory of those who perished will not be in vain.

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