MJCCC RESIDENT USER GROUPS
Winnipeg Budokai Shotokan Karate Club
Manitoba Kendo Club
National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC)
The mission of the NAJC is to promote and develop a strong Japanese Canadian identity, thereby strengthening local communities and the national organization, and to strive for equal rights and liberties for all persons-in particular, the rights of racial and ethnic minorities.
OTHER JAPANESE-CANADIAN SITES
Japanese Canadian National Museum
A collection of Japanese-Canadian artifacts and archival material from the beginnings of the Japanese-Canadian community in the 1870’s to the present day.
Consulate-General of Japan at Calgary
The Consulate-General of Japan at Calgary serves the provinces of Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. Their web site offers general data about Japan, together with information on visas, exchange programs, and scholarships.
JAPANESE CANADIAN CULTURAL CENTRES
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (Toronto)
The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre is a not for profit, charitable organization which provides programs, event and facilities to promote the understanding and appreciation of Japanese heritage and culture for the enrichment of the lives of people in the community at large.
Montreal Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
Nikkei Place is at once a monument to Japanese Canadian history and a gateway to the future. It is the largest, most comprehensive Japanese Canadian complex in Canada. Comprised of the National Nikkei Heritage Centre, Japanese Canadian National Museum, New Sakura-so seniorsï¿½ housing, the Nikkei Home assisted living residence, and the beautiful Nikkei Garden, Nikkei Place bridges generations and culturesï¿½providing a focal point for the promotion and celebration of Japanese Canadian culture and its contribution to the Canadian mosaic.
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