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A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 10 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 10 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 11 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 11 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 12 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 12 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 13 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 13 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 14 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 14 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 15 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 15 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 16 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 16 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
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12:00 am 12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
Nov 10 @ 12:00 am – 4:00 pm
12th Japanese Calligraphy Competition in Canada Exhibit
日本書道公募展 Award Presentation: November 3, 2019 @ 2pm Exhibition: November 2 – 10, 2019 11am-4pm Competition organized by SHODO CANADA Supported by the Consulate General of Japan, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, the Japan Foundation[...]
10:00 am Library
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Nov 12 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Lending Hour (貸出し): 10 am – 2 pm *Schedule is subject to change Please see here fore more information.
1:00 pm Library
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Nov 13 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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Lending  Hour (貸出し): 1 pm – 5 pm *Schedule is subject to change Please see here fore more information.
10:00 am Library
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Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Lending  Hour (貸出し): 10 am – 2 pm *Schedule is subject to change Please see here fore more information.
10:00 am Library
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Nov 15 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Non-lending Hour (閲覧): 10 am – 2 pm Computer Clinic (コンピューター相談室): 2-5pm *Schedule is subject to change Please see here fore more information.
1:00 pm Library
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Nov 16 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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Lending  Hour (貸出し): 1 pm – 5 pm *Schedule is subject to change Please see here fore more information.
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Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court, Toronto, ON, M3C 1Z5
(416) 441-2345