Events in the federal parliament, University of Ottawa and in the Notre- Dame cathedral in Ottawa were accompanied by the exhibition “Pope John Paul II. Poland’s gift to the world” of the Catholic University of Lublin.
On April 30 in the federal parliament of Canada, upon initiative of Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons Joe Comartina, head of the Canada- Poland parliamentary friendship group W?adys?aw Lizo? and the Ambassador of Poland Marcin Bosacki a special meeting took place in memory of John Paul II. During this meeting the exhibition “Pope John Paul II. Poland’s gift to the world” was presented by the Catholic University of Lublin.
MEETING OF WINDSOR BUSINESS PEOPLE
WITH PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG POLONIA LEADERS
The most recent and already the 17th Annual Dinner of the Polish-Canadian Business and Professional Association of Windsor took place on November 23 of this year, in Windsor Ontario at the Caboto Club Hall. About 100 people took part in it and a quarter of them were students and young professionals from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Windsor.
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This year, the Polish-Canadian Business and Professional Association of Windsor organized an exhibition featuring Polish Castle Wawel’s Treasures. The exhibition was named “The Odyssey of Wawel’s Treasures” or “Odyseja Skarbow Wawelskich” in Polish. This exhibition was centered on the years of 1939-1961. The exhibit was featured mainly as a tribute to Canada, who guarded Poland’s national treasures during World War II – more details below:
The Oddyssey of Wawel’s Treasures, Youth, Success – by Irena Sziler
The XVII Annual Polish-Canadian Business Dinner event was also briefly described in the article about Windsor in the monthly magazine “Skaner”, published in Polish – December 2012 edition:
Miasto, które sie nie zatrzymalo – Skaner – by Adam Zochowski