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Broken Promises

Grounded in research from Landscapes of Injustice, this exhibit explores the dispossession of Japanese Canadians in the 1940s

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Four delegates on the steps in Ottawa in 1936. Samuel I Hayakawa, Minoru Kobayashi, Hide (Hyodo) Shimizu, Edward Banno.

Hide Hyodo Shimizu collection – Treasures from the Vault, Episode 4

The scrapbook about the trip to Ottawa to seek enfranchisement for Japanese Canadians in 1936

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Province takes step to acknowledge historical wrongs against Japanese-Canadians

The Province is providing the Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society with $2 million as part of its...

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Seniors Health and Wellness Announcement

Livestreaming Weds. May 5 | 11am PDT Join the BC Ministry of Attorney General Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism, Rachna Singh,...

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Celebrating our community’s generosity: A thank you to our volunteers during Volunteer Appreciation Week

This year, Volunteer Appreciation Week is from April 18-24! We wish to offer a big THANK YOU to all...

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On Being Yukiko graphic novel art

May 1-29, 2021

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Prints by Dona Nabata

May 1-29, 2021

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Nikkei Garden Farmers Market

June - October 2nd & 4th Sundays | 10am-2pm

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O Hanami 2021

April 9 - May 15

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Japanese Bookstore

Tuesday, Friday & Saturday 11am-3pm

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Lost and Found exhibit

evidence of Kagetsu/Seymour logging camp

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Broken Promises exhibit

Gallery hours 10am-5pm, Tuesday-Saturday

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