The Anglican Church of Canada and the National Association of Japanese Canadians are looking for a Facilitator/Project Manager (F/PM) for its Healing Fund for Japanese Canadians. The Healing Fund was established in September 2021 to provide healing support to Japanese Canadians affected by Mr. G.G. Nakayama, who is known to have sexually abused hundreds of...Continue reading
In response to Truth and Reconciliation Call to Action 80 the Canadian government has designated September 30, informally known as Orange Shirt Day, a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The importance of this day could not be clearer as Canadians grapple with the discoveries of unmarked graves around former residential school sites. A reality...
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A Taste of Omatsuri will be a 90-minute online presentation celebrating Japanese and Japanese-Canadian culture.Continue reading
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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