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Toronto: Thousands Turn Out for Greek Independence Day Parade

Thousands from Toronto’s Greek community turned out for at a parade on the Danforth on Sunday to celebrate Greece’s Independence Day. “It takes about three months worth of planning,” said Nikona Georgakopoulos of the Greek Community of Toronto. “We just celebrate...

Avramopoulos Meets Canadian Execs

Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos met on Feb. 26  with representatives of major Canadian companies and executives of large Greek Canadian businesses, within the framework of his official visit to Canada. According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, at a dinner...

Canada’s Rouge Carrier to Fly to Greece

Air Canada unveiled its new low-cost carrier and leisure group Tuesday under a new brand, rouge, targeting several new leisure destinations in Europe and the Caribbean starting in July. The Financial Post first reported on some of the details of...

Greek Psychiatrist Offers Depression Treatment

Greek psychiatrist, Dr. Jeff Daskalakis, is one of the research leaders working on a new treatment  for depression. Daskalakis is a psychiatrist at the Center of Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. He is heading research regarding a modern...

Toronto Family Needs $100K to Fly Back Sick Baby from Greece

A Toronto family needs to raise $100,000 to cover the air ambulance and other associated costs to bring their baby home for life-saving medical treatment after he fell ill in Greece. The Global Angel Charitable Organization has set up a...

Ted Manziaris To Receive One More Award

The Canadian Government will recognized one of the brightest stars of the Greek community in Canada this Friday June 15th 2012, at 8pm during the St. Nicholas Greek Festival (3840 Finch Ave E). The Hon. Charles Sousa, Ontario Minister...

Greek Film and Foto Week in Canada

The Greek America Foundation presents a week-long exhibition and series of events celebrating talented North Americans of Greek descent involved in photography. The week-long photo exhibition will take place in Toronto, Canada from May 5-12, 2012. The exhibition will be...

“The Greeks of Danforth”: A Journey into Canada’s Hellenism

Journalist Xeni Muhimoglou has carried us for years along her journeys through the cultural pages of “N” into worlds of dreams and colours, to theatres, cinemas, dance performances, festivals, books and art. She led us down to paths and...

Cypriot “Fish ‘n Chips” Wins 3rd Award in 2011 EU Film Festival of Toronto

Greek-Cypriot “Fish n’ Chips” directed by Elias Dimitriou was screened on November 23, within the 7th European Union Film Festival in Toronto and was presented with the 3rd award among 24 countries. According to an official announcement, the film was...