The Story of Oikawa Island

The Story of Oikawa Island By Lorene Oikawa, Past President NAJC In 2024, the National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC) is looking at geographic locations where Japanese Canadians lived after migrating to Canada, since the 1800s, and where they were incarcerated in 1942. My uncle, George Oikawa, told me about the time he went to...

Japanese Canadian War Memorial

The Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park is an iconic monument and lasting memorial and testament to the ultimate sacrifice Japanese Canadians were willing to make for freedom and justice. Make a donation in honor of the men who served Canada at times of war, and to assure the War Memorial is lovingly maintained...Continue reading

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