Exhibit Researched, Written and Curated by: Christopher J. Rutty, Ph.D., Health Heritage Research Services
Curatorial Direction: Maxime Chouinard, Felicity Pope
Graphic Design: iSTORM New Media, Kingston, ON
Support from the staff of the Museum of Health Care: Kathy Karkut & Dr. James Low

This project was made possible thanks to generous financial and archival support from:
Sanofi Pasteur Canada (Connaught Campus), Toronto, ON

Further financial support for this projects was also provided by Rx&D, the association of leading research-based pharmaceutical companies in Canada

Celebrating a Century of Canadian Vaccine Research, Development & Production

The opening of this exhibit coincides with the 100th anniversary of the founding of Sanofi Pasteur in Canada, formerly known as Connaught Laboratories. The history of vaccines in Canada is quite inseparable from the history of Connaught Laboratories, especially during the period when it was part of the University of Toronto (1914-1972). A rich visual, documentary, and artefact archive has been retained at Sanofi Pasteur’s Connaught Campus in Toronto and free access to it, along with financial support, has made this exhibit possible.

1914-2014: 100 years. Farm to Biopharma. Sanofi Pasteur
Sanofi Pasteur Canada (Connaught Campus), 1755 Steeles Avenue West, Toronto, ON
Sanofi Pasteur Canada (Connaught Campus), 1755 Steeles Avenue West, Toronto, ON
Innovative Medicines Canada
Community Foundation for Kingston and Area