Highlights of New Denver and Rosebery

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 interned/incarcerated in 1942. We respectfully acknowledge the ancestral and unceded territories of Indigenous peoples who are the traditional keepers of the lands and waters. The Story...Continue reading

NAJC – 2024-2025 Membership Renewals

The NAJC is now accepting individual membership applications/renewals for the upcoming year. Memberships purchased will be valid until June 30, 2025. The membership application form can be found here: https://forms.gle/n8xyHhN7aco8gqCy9 Individual membership forms must be returned and paid for by July 20, 2024, in order to be eligible to vote at our September 18, 2024...Continue reading

サンドンとカスロにおける日系カナダ人の物語

2024年、全米日系カナダ人協会(NAJC)は、1800年代以降カナダに移住した日系カナダ人が住んでいた場所、そして1942年に抑留/強制収容された場所を地理的に調査します。私たちは、土地と水の伝統的な守護者である先住民族の先祖伝来の領土と未割譲の領土を敬意を持って尊重します。

The Story of Japanese Canadians in Surrey

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 interned/incarcerated in 1942. We respectfully acknowledge the ancestral and unceded territories of Indigenous peoples who are the traditional keepers of the lands and waters. The Story...Continue reading

ヘイスティングスパークの物語

2024年、全米日系カナダ人協会(NAJC)は、1800年代以降日系カナダ人がカナダに移住した後に住んでいた地理的場所と、1942年に抑留/投獄された場所を調査している。

Royston Mill Children Before Internment

The Story of Hastings Park

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 interned/incarcerated in 1942. The Story of Hastings Park By Lorene Oikawa, Past President NAJC When I was a child, my mom would take me to the...Continue reading

The memory of The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney

NAJC honors the memory of The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, whose commitment to justice and reconciliation has left an enduring legacy within the Japanese Canadian community and beyond. We are forever grateful for his role in the Redress Agreement.   https://najc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/03.01.2024-NAJC-Statement-Brian-Mulroney.pdf    

カンバーランドとロイストンの物語

2024年、全米日系カナダ人協会(NAJC)は、1800年代以降にカナダに移住した日系カナダ人が住んでいた地理的な場所と、1942年に抑留/収容された場所を調査している。

The Story of Cumberland and Royston

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 interned/incarcerated in 1942. The Story of Cumberland and Royston By Lorene Oikawa, Past President NAJC   In the sweep of the eastern shoreline of Vancouver Island...Continue reading

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