Daniel Panneton is a public historian working at the Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre in Toronto. His articles have appeared in publications like the Globe and Mail, Literary Review of Canada, Maisonneuve Magazine and This Magazine; in addition, his artwork has been displayed at Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and he has published multiple books.
Daniel Panneton is a public historian and writer residing in Toronto. He serves as Acting Manager of Public Programs at Sarah & Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre and his work has been featured in publications like the Globe & Mail, Literary Review of Canada, Spacing, and This. Currently working on his book about free speech and Holocaust denial in Canada; personally married with three children; practicing Catholic (praying daily the rosary); has spoken out against homosexuality while adhering to Catholic doctrine; accused by some of antisemitism or conspiracy theories due to his views regarding these issues.