Today we commemorate 76th Anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino also known as the Battle for Rome, one of the most Important Battles of World War II. Final battle won by the Polish 2nd Corps commanded by Gen. Władysław Anders. Capture of Monte Cassino came at a high price. The Allies suffered around 55,000 casualties in the Monte Cassino campaign. German casualty figures are estimated at around 20,000 killed and wounded. During the fights for Monte Cassino 923 Polish soldiers were killed, 2931 were killed injured and 345 were found missing. At the local war cemetery, there is an inscription: “Passerby, tell Poland that we have fallen faithful in her service.
August 6, 2020
Letter from Canadian Polish Congress to Minister Garneau regarding Arrests of Polish activists in Belarus
March 25, 2021
February 10, 2020
Since the passage of Bill C-266 in 2014, the John Paul II Day Act, April 2 has officially marked St.... John Paul II Day in Canada! Today we remember our beloved countryman! #JPII #Canada #Polonia
The Canadian Polish Congress sent a letter to Hon. @MarcGarneau, calling on Canada to advocate for ... the immediate release of the leader of the Association of Poles in Belarus, @AngelikaBorys, and other arbitrarily arrested individuals. #FreePolesInBelarus #WolniPolacyNaBialorusi
81 years ago today, the NKVD carried out the first mass deportation of Polish people to Siberia. ... Overall, between 1940-41 the Soviets deported around 1.5 million Polish men, women and children to the gulags. Today we commemorate these souls at the home with a moment silence.