Related Internet Links:
Parks Canada Sites
"Nikkei Place provides Japanese Canadians with a place to come together
as a community, to preserve and share our heritage, and to serve as a
focal point for Japanese Canadian unity and culture." There are also numerous
links to other Japanese Canadian sites.
Canadian National Museum and Archives Society
The Japanese Canadian National Museum & Archives was established to collect,
preserve, study, exhibit, and interpret historical artifacts and archival
material covering the history of Japanese Canadian Society from the 1870's
through World War II to the present day. For a quick overview, check out
the timeline on the History of the Japanese Canadian Community.
for Japanese Canadians
This is a brief essay about the process of achieving Redress for Japanese
Canadians, written by Tatsuo Kage, a member of the Japanese Canadian Citizens
Association Human Rights Committee.
Association for Japanese Canadians
This site outlines the mission of the NAJC: to promote and develop a strong
Japanese Canadian identity, to strengthen 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. There's also
a link to the Japanese Canadians Citizens Association, which is only available
Canadian Community and Culture
Here you'll find lots of information on the first Asian Heritage Month
as well as festivals such as the Powell Street Festival in Vancouver.
There are also pages on various Japanese traditions, Japanese Curiousities,
Japan-Canada Sister Cities, and lots links about Japanese history and
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