News & Events

September 8th, 2011

Taste of Russia is planned as a cultural and social event that will combine presentation of authentic Russian cuisine, presentation of arts and shows from various Russian Speaking Ethnic Groups.

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Little Russia Activity for October 2011

October 6th, 2011

Members of Little Russia Association of Canada participants of our Youth Committee and Canadian Russian Jewry Organization participated in elections and volunteered at the election posts for the candidates at their choice and direction.

October 6th, 2011

Members of Little Russia Association of Canada and Canadian Russian Jewry Organization Awarded Diploma of Appreciation to the Member of Federal Parliament for York Centre Honorable Mark Adler. During the course of the visit participants covered number of topics and issues related to the Russian Speaking Community. Mr. Adler covered the subject related to the Russian Speaking Veterans and highlighted providing help and support to the Veterans is really important. Numbers of matters related to the Veterans were passed along to Mr. Adler and his office staff for review.

October 6th, 2011

Little Russia Association of Canada and Members of Veterans Committee launched a program dedicated to provide help and support to the Russian Speaking Veterans of the World War II. Veterans. Our Veterans have an opportunity to contact Veterans Committee and participants to address their issues, Little Russia Association of Canada strive to provide individual help and support to every Veteran.

October 20th, 2011

Members of Little Russia Community and Safety Committee and Public and Government Relations attended the Conference "How can York Regional Police enhance its relationships with the visible minority communities of York Region" 150 community leaders gathered to represent the visible minority communities of York Region and we have been selected to represent Russian Speaking Community assembled at the Diversity and Cultural Resources Bureau. This research consisted of an Open Space session with up to 150 participants made up of members of the York Region community. The session was approximately three hours in duration, and consisted of several open-ended questions asking what our police service can do to continue to enhance relationships with our visible minority communities. This session was aimed at developing strategies to reach that goal.

October 20th, 2011

Members of Little Russia Association of Canada attended the reception hosted by Canadian Friends for the Soviet Union.