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Fire at Daisy Garden Restaurant in Chinatown, Vancouver

April 22, 2015 Leave a comment

On April 21, 2015, just after 12 noon, a huge 3 alarm fire destroyed the Daisy Garden restaurant in Chinatown, Vancouver

 

 

Upcoming 130th Anniversary of CPR – Canadian Pacific Railway Photo Exhibit

April 18, 2015 Leave a comment
CPR exhibition at Chinese Cultural Centre Museum
130th Anniversary photos, historic artifacts and documents exhibition of CPR – Canadian Pacific Railway
The exhibition is sponsored by Faye Leung,  SBC Restaurant, Extreme Dream Art Society,  DTES Street Market, Ing Suey Sun Tong Association of Vancouver,  UBC’s Asian Library and the Chinese Stamp and Numismatic Society of Canada.
Date:     April 25 – May 24, 2015
Time:     11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Place:     Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 Columbia Street

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Majestic Seafood unloads fresh fish in Chinatown, Vancouver

March 6, 2015 Leave a comment

A sight to see in Chinatown, Vancouver – the unloading of fresh fish

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42nd Chinatown Spring Festival Parade – Year of the Ram 2015

February 22, 2015 Leave a comment

Premier’s Lunar New Year Reception 2015

February 18, 2015 Leave a comment

Chinese Stamps and Numismatic Society of Canada 加拿大中華郵幣學會 helps to celebrate Premier’s Lunar New Year Reception 2015 with Dr. Jan Walls,  MLA Richard Lee and Premier Christy Clark at Floata Restaurant in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

 

 

Chinese New Year in Vancouver 2014

February 2, 2014 Leave a comment

Beautiful Lucky Year of the Horse!

8th Annual Canada Day Rally by Head Tax Families Society of Canada

June 27, 2013 Leave a comment

Join the  Head Tax Families Society of Canada  for the 8th Annual Canada Day Rally at Keefer & Columbia, Monument to Chinese-Canadian Veterans in Chinatown, Vancouver

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On June 22, 2006, on behalf of the Government of Canada, the Prime Minister apologized in the House of Commons for the implementation of the Chinese Head Tax. As part of the apology and redress the Conservatist government decided to compensate the surviving Head Tax payers and surviving spouse of Head Tax payers only.

The objectives of the Head Tax Families Society of Canada are:

1. to seek a just and honourable redress for all families affected by the Chinese Head Tax and the exclusionary Chinese Immigration Acts,
2. to educate Canadians on the contributions of Chinese pioneers, and
3. to promote racial harmony amongst all Canadians

The Head Tax Families Society of Canada believes an inclusive redress begins with the Three Manifests:

1. The Government of Canada will recognize and acknowledge redress is incomplete;
2. The Government of Canada will commit to good faith negotiations with Head Tax families currently excluded from the June 22, 2006 announcement and who are seeking direct redress; and
3. The Government of Canada will act in the spirit of one certificate, one claim

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