The Oskar Halecki Institute in Canada (OHI) is a federal, not-for-profit corporation, comprised largely of Polish Canadians (Polonia) residing the National Capital Region and other locations across Canada. OHI’s mission is to promote Polish-Canadian heritage and the history and culture of Poland.
The OHI’s activities include organizing public meetings, lectures and cultural events such as concerts, poetry readings and film screenings in Polish, English and French. To appreciate the shared aspects of our cultural heritage OHI also cooperates with other community organizations representing Canadians of the Central and Eastern European origin.
You are invited by the Friends of the Canadian War Museum to a Friendly Forum: Canadian-Polish Relations in Wartime, 1914-1945 Presented by Edward Poznanski Thursday, April 18, 2019 Atelier "C" and “D” Canadian War Museum, 1 Vimy Place, Ottawa Presentation: 1:30 pm...
You are invited by the Friends of the Canadian War Museum to a Friendly Forum: The Gouzenko Affair - the Start of the Cold War Presented by Andrew Kavchak Thursday, March 21, 2019 Atelier "C" and “D” Canadian War Museum, 1 Vimy Place, Ottawa Presentation: 1:30 pm...
Co-sponsored by the Senate of the Republic of Poland