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Links to other organizations

You can contact these organizations for information by linking to the web sites and addresses in the list.

  • The National Association of Japanese Canadians: A national body representing Japanese Canadians across the country.

  • Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET): The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme seeks to enhance internationalization in Japan by promoting mutual understanding between Japan and other nations. Specifically the program aims to enhance foreign language education in Japan and to promote international exchange at the local level through fostering ties between Japanese and Canadian youth.

  • Metro Edmonton Japanese Community School: The Metro Edmonton Japanese Community School was incorporated in Alberta on March 15,1977. The purpose is to teach Japanese language to Japanese children who are temporarily in the Edmonton area, as well as children who want to learn Japanese. Basic Japanese is needed as all the instruction is in Japanese. The school has been registered as an overseas Japanese education facility for Japanese children who are temporarily in the Edmonton area. (Located at: Richard Secord School, 4025-107 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

  • Calgary Consulate General of Japan: The consulate general of Japan in Calgary. The consulate can help with visas, driver's licenses, and provide other services.

  • Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association of Northern Alberta (JETAANA): Association of JET alumni who have been in Japan under the program.

These links are provided for the public interest.

  • The North American Interfaith Network: Dealing with issues of faith between different religious denominations.

  • Centre for Race and Culture: An alliance of organizations dedicated to the issues of Race Relations among the people of Northern Alberta.

  • The Canadian Race Relations Foundation: A national organization involved in efforts to improve Race relations across the country.

  • The Pearson-Shoyama Institute.: The Institute is dedicated to combining expert knowledge with common sense approaches such that a broad cross-section of Canadians can work together in the best interests of all Canadians.

  • Calgary & Southern Alberta: Ethnic Relations during World War II:The 2,600 Japanese and Japanese-Canadian evacuees from the British Columbia coast who were sent to work in southern Alberta's sugar beet fields in 1942 initially generated fear and indignation from people in nearby towns and cities.

    The EJCA is not responsible for the content of any of the sites listed.
    These links are provided to allow you to explore other organizations or items of interest.


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