The promotion, production and organization of cultural events.
The St. Elijah Pioneer Museum was developed by community members and surviving descendents of Romanian and Ukrainian immigrants from Bucovina (Bukovina) who settled in Manitoba at the turn of the 20th Century and created a community that later became Lennard.
Romanian Pioneer Museum of Boian is a small, open-air museum in Alberta, Canada which preserves artifacts, documents and families histories of the first Romanian immigrants that came from Bucovina to Alberta between the years 1895 and 1915.
The Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta (CRSOA) was incorporated as a non-profit organization on April 4, 1978.
The Romanian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary (RCCAC) is a non-profit association that provides a community voice for the Romanian-ethnic Albertans, who bring their contribution to the development of culture, arts, and Romanian heritage in Alberta, as fundamental to Alberta’s quality of life.
The BC Romanian Community Center (BCRCC) is a non-profit organization officially founded on April 10, 2001 as per Society Act (BC Laws).
The ROCADE Association has experience with organizing cultural and artistic events.
The Vancouver Romanian Association (VRA) is engaged in promoting Romanian culture and its members in the Greater Vancouver Area.
there is no bull in toro and we do not do bull runs. toro arts group showcases and nurtures art… do the toro!
Women of Success connects Romanian Women willing to share their experience achieved either in a professional setting or in a family setting, as mothers, successfully managing to balance on a daily basis their families, as well as their careers.