The March of the Living (Canada) is an annual two-week Holocaust education program where high school students, accompanied by Holocaust survivors travel to Poland and Israel to learn about Jewish life in Europe before, during and after the Second World War. This is a unique experience as students learn about the Holocaust through the testimonies of the survivors, in the actual towns, concentration camps and death camps where the Holocaust took place.
In 2013 the March of the Living Archive Project was established with the goal of gathering 25 years of precious survivor testimony that has been documented on video during the March of the Living trips. The material is being digitized, logged and archived and edited into mini documentaries and will be viewable online, on demand, to the public. This material will prove to be invaluable to students, historians, and anyone interested in Holocaust education.