What We Are

Mission:

  • To serve the Slovenian community through volunteering.

Goals:

  • To work within the multi-ethnic society and contribute to the well-being and prosperity of Canada.

Objectives:

  • To bring together Canadians of Slovenian origin or background and their relatives and friends;
  • To co-ordinate and assist the work of Slovenian Canadians in respect of their cultural, social, sport and charitable activities; and
  • To assist new immigrants of Slovenian and other backgrounds or origins in order to enable them to adapt to life in Canada and become good citizens of Canada.
  • To promote Slovenian culture, identity and heritage in Canada.

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Reading your goal "To work within the multi-ethnic society and contribute to the well-being and prosperity of Canada" I decided to inform you on your web site about the letter of your Mayor David Miller who wrote to all Consular Missions in Toronto: "I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that Torotno will be celebrating its 175th anniversary in 2009. The city of Toronto was incorporated on March 6, 1834, following a significant increase in demand for public services in the former municipality of York. The fast-growing town of more than 9.000 residents elected prominent journalist and politician William Lyon Mackenzie as Toronto's first mayor. The city was named capital of the new province of Ontario 33 years later. It would be wonderfull if residents of all nationalities could recognize this significant anniversary as Toronto is proud to be one of the world's most diverse and mulicultural cities. I ask that you to share this message with your communities and encourage them to connect with the 175 office with any programming partnership ideas. I encourage you to visit www.toronto.ca/175 for further information of how we are planning to commemorate Toronto's 175th anniversary. If you have any question please contact Ms. Kerre MacDonald, Project Develoment Officer, at kmackdon2@toronto.ca. Thank you for your consideration and please accept my best wishes for a safe and prosperous year. Yours truly Mayor David Miller City of Toronto" Allow me to use this opportunity for my sincere congratulations on the opening the first interactive web site of Slovenian Canadians. I strongly believe that your site will atract many young people who will be prepare to volunteer for Slovenian matter and causa. Sam I blelieve that you will positively answer to the appeal of your mayor and decently represent Slovenian community in Toronto area celebrating 175th anniversary. Best regards, Boris Jelovsek, Counsellor in the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Ottawa

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