Vision

A strong, unified community founded on diversity and committed to human rights for all, for the enrichment of Canada.

LATEST NEWS

CJCA Quarterly Newsletter

The Landscapes of Injustice Project Fact Finding! by Pat Jetté March 4, 2018 – After 44 hours of non-stop snowfall we were glad to see that Mr. Michael Abe (Victoria) and Dr. Eric Adams (Edmonton) were able make it...

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Montreal Bulletin May Issue

Avant-Garde Japanese Band Delivers Powerful Soundtrack For Canadian Choreographer By Alan Itakura Group A is an avant-garde band that is usually slotted into the noise music category. It provided the heart-thumping musical score for Dana Gingras’ performance of “anOther”...

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Changing Tides: Vanishing Voices of Nikkei Fishermen and Their Families wins Roderick Haig-Brown BC Book Prize

Changing Tides: Vanishing Voices of Nikkei Fishermen and Their Families has won the Roderick Haig-Brown BC Book Prize for “contributing the most to the enjoyment and understanding of British Columbia”.  Edited by Kotaro Hayashi, Fumio “Frank” Kanno, Henry Tanaka, and...

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Mission Statement

To promote and develop a strong Japanese Canadian identity and thereby to strengthen local communities and the national organization. To strive for equal rights and liberties for all persons – in particular, the rights of racial and ethnic minorities.