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Congratulations to the Honourable Allan H. Wachowich on his well-deserved investiture into the Order of Canada, one of our country’s highest civilian honours. Affectionately known in his community as 'the Polish Prince,' Allan was honoured for his lifelong commitment to the law and for his volunteerism. Allan's family immigrated to Alberta in 1897 and settled in Opal, later moving to Edmonton in 1943. Allan obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1957 and his Bachelor of Law degree in 1958. He practiced law in his brother’s firm of Kosowan & Wachowich. Allan’s judicial career culminated in his appointment as Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench in 2000 until his retirement. Allan is still very much involved in Edmonton community. He is proud of his Polish heritage and of his Catholic faith.…
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4 months ago  ·  

W dniu 17 listopada w Ottawie zmarł książę Jerzy Czartoryski
Śp. Jerzy Czartoryski urodzony 1 stycznia 1939 roku w Polsce. W 1965 roku przybył do Kanady i zamieszkał w Edmonton u swojego stryja, księcia Piotra Czartoryskiego. Ze względu na pracę po kilku latach przeniósł się do Ottawy.
Ten wybitny działacz polonijny był wielokrotnie wiceprezesem okręgu Kongresu Polonii Kanadyjskiej w Ottawie a w latach 2005- 2013 pełnił funkcje prezesa KPK.
Od 2008 roku do chwili obecnej pełnił funkcje prezesa Polskiej Jedności Narodowej w Ottawie.
Zarząd Główny Kongresu Polonii Kanadyjskiej składa wyrazy żalu i współczucia rodzinie zmarłego łącząc się w żałobie.
Cześć jego Pamięci!
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4 months ago  ·  

On November 11 each year, Polish Canadians celebrate both Remembrance Day and Poland's Independence Day.

For us it is a day to remember in particular the Polish people's struggle to achieve freedom after 123 years of occupation by the neighbouring Russian, German and Austro-Hungarian Empires. We pay tribute to the heroes who fought hard and won that Independence 101 years ago today, and to all of the soldiers who fought for our freedom, and yours, in the decades since.

Photo: Yesterday, our President, John Tomczak joined Mississauga's Polish community and numerous dignitaries for the Independence Day ceremonies hosted by our Mississauga Branch at John Paul II Polish Cultural Centre Mississauga.
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5 months ago  ·