During heatwaves, check on seniors who live alone or other vulnerable family members or neighbours. They may need assistance to get relief or enough hydration. Let’s take care of one another. bit.ly/3hiOnll
The National Association of Japanese Canadians mourns the children who never returned from residential schools. Cowessess First Nation announced the discovery of 751 unmarked graves at a cemetery near the former Marieval Indian Residential School. We stand with all the survivors and the families of all children who were in residential schools. We need to...Continue reading
The National Association of Japanese Canadians On this National Indigenous Peoples Day and every day We stand in solidarity, and with respect and gratitude for Indigenous peoples who are the traditional stewards of the lands and waters where we work and live. June 21, 2021
10-week, full time contract position beginning in June 2021 paying $17 per hour Responsibilities include: Communications and Social Media administration Compile web-based information repository Develop and track operational metrics and benchmarks Assist in the development of the organization’s strategic plan and monitoring mechanisms Applicants must be between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at...
Join the BC Ministry of Attorney General Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism, Rachna Singh, for a special announcement, accompanied by a Welcome from Bernie Skundaal Williams, a statement from elder Mary Kitagawa and a program description from Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society’s Ruth Coles and Cathy Makihara. This announcement will focus on seniors health...Continue reading
The Anglican Church of Canada and the National Association of Japanese Canadians are pleased to announce that an agreement in principle has been reached to provide healing support to Japanese Canadians affected by the actions of Mr. G. G. Nakayama. Mr. Nakayama is known to have sexually abused hundreds of Japanese Canadian boys during his...Continue reading
Recent events in the US have caused Canadians to internally examine the rise of extremism and hate speech within the world of online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The findings of a poll conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and Abacus Data released today indicate that 93 percent of Canadians believe that...Continue reading
President Lorene Oikawa and the national executive board of The National Association of Japanese Canadians wish you happy holidays and a wonderful 2021. Here’s to a healthy, safe, inclusive New Year for all!
The National Association of Japanese Canadians is hosting Canada’s national labour film festival, the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (CLiFF). CLiFF brings the stories of workers from around the world to you. CLIFF) is celebrating its 12th year by hosting CLIFF 2020 virtually. Now more than ever it is important that working people be able...Continue reading