13 photos in this section.
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Japanese Canadian Centennial Picnic, 1977.
Keiro-Kai/ Senior’s Day. Japanese Cultural Centre, Saturday, April 23, 1988.
Keiro-Kai/ Senior’s Day. Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre of Montreal Inc., Sunday, November 9, 1997.
Two primary school students standing in front of Nesbitt School in the Rosemont district of Montreal (K. Nakashima).
Father Claude Labrècque and three boys, 1960. After living in Japan as a missionary, Father Labrècque returned to Montreal in 1950, establishing a kindergarten for Japanese Canadian children. With money donated by Cardinal Léger, Father Labrècque purchased a building located at 175 Sherbrooke Street East which, in 1953, became the Japanese Canadian Community Centre.
Kim Nakashima (4th from left), Rei Nakashima (6th from left) and others on an excursion to the countryside.
Mother Saint Peter, a nun with the Missionary Sisters of Christ the King, was the head of St. Raphael’s House, Avenue du Musee, Montreal. In 1944, she provided many young Japanese Canadians, particularly women, with a place to stay.
Montreal Buddhist Church, November 1987.
25th Anniversary celebration at the Montreal Japanese United Church, 1978.
Women cooking for Montreal Japanese United Church Bazaar, 1987 (Paul Bourgault).
Japanese Catholic Mission in Montreal celebrating a Matsuri or festival, with dancing and the works of Japanese artisans.
25th Anniversary of the Montreal Japanese United Church, 1978.
The Mayor of Montreal, Jean Drapeau, Mrs. Drapeau, and members of the Japanese Canadian Community of Montreal in the 1950s.