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Eiko Eby to Lead Japanese Canadian Survivors Health and Wellness Fund

Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Eiko Eby as the Project Manager for the Japanese Canadian Survivors Health...

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NAJC President’s Message – May 2021

The National Association of Japanese Canadians, since its inception in 1947, has focused on the needs and concerns of the Japanese Canadian community including...

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Anglican Healing Fund

In response to our community consultations held in Vancouver, Lethbridge, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa & Montréal, the Japanese Canadian Working Group will introduce...

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Re-discover the stories of Japanese Canadians in Surrey BC

A gathering took place in 2017 to discover the stories of Japanese Canadian pioneer settlers in Surrey BC. Let’s meet to re-discover the stories....

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Province takes step to acknowledge historical wrongs against Japanese Canadians

  Read the Press Release Watch the News Conference The Province of British Columbia is providing the Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society...

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Remembering Gordon Hirabayashi

The National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC) Human Rights Committee presents Remembering Gordon Hirabayashi Courage & Community, A North American Hero, an online tribute held...

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Seniors Health and Wellness Announcement

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...

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NAJC Endowment Fund Info Session

For anyone interested in applying for a National Association of Japanese Canadians Endowment Fund grant, attend this information session on April 27, 2021, and...

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Canada-Wide Paueru Mashup

Contemporary Community Dance for Celebrating Japanese Culture Greetings, Courtesy of the 45th Powell Street Festival, I would like to  invite everyone  across the country...

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NAJC celebrates National Canadian Film Day with Obachan’s Garden

National Association of Japanese Canadians celebrates National Canadian Film Day with a screening of Obachan’s Garden. Filmmaker Linda Ohama will be available for a...

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Let’s learn about COVID vaccine in Japanese

JAMSNET Canada is hosting an online workshop for “Let’s learn about COVID vaccine in Japanese” on Saturday, May 1 Japanese RN and NPs will...

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Curatorial Contract Opportunity for an Emerging Japanese Canadian Curator or Artist

The University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries in Victoria, B.C. is seeking an emerging Japanese Canadian curator or artist to work on an exhibition...

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Statement on Anti-Asian Hate

The National Executive Board of the National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC) has heard from our members and member organizations across Canada who are...

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NAJC President’s Message – April 2021

We could all use some relief. Asian American and Asian Canadian communities were shaken by another incident of violence. In Atlanta, six Asian American...

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Healing Support for Japanese Canadians

The Anglican Church of Canada and the National Association of Japanese Canadians are pleased to announce that an agreement in principle has been reached...

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Freedom Day Celebration

Freedom Day Celebration Thursday, April 1, 2021 4pm PDT | 5pm MDT | 6pm CDT | 7pm EDT The Toronto NAJC Board of Directors invites Japanese...

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NAJC Ijyusha Outreach Project – In Japanese

カナダ生活において、文化や価値観の違い、言葉の壁、子育て、国際結婚、地域社会との関わり合い、就職活動、精神衛生 (メンタルヘルス)、人種差別,  等の困難に直面されたことはありますか?

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

March 21 is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It commemorates the day when the police killed 69 people at a...

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NAJC President’s Message – March 2021

by Lorene Oikawa 75 years ago, Japanese Canadians received a decision on a legal challenge that went all the way to the Privy Council...

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In Conversation with: Terry Watada

Saturday, March 13

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Remembering Gordon Hirabayashi

Thursday, March 25

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In Conversation with: Grace Eiko Thomson

Saturday, March 27

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Japanese Canadian residents in 1940 Surrey

City of Surrey Heritage Project needs assistance with names of former Japanese Canadian residents in 1940 Surrey Heritage Interpretation Program is planning on installing...

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Privilege & Oppression: a Japanese Canadian Conversation

NAJC YLC Zoom Session – Privilege and Oppression:  a Japanese Canadian Conversation Sponsored by NAJC’s Young Leaders Committee THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 8pm to...

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