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Calgary festeggia la nascita della Societ? Calabria

Month 2 Year 5 Volume 2

This article relates the celebration of the opening of the new Calabria Club in Calgary. Various community leaders participated, such as the Vice Consul Giovanni Bincoletto and Mayor Ralph Klein. As part of the celebrations, the difficult life of the early Italian immigrants was commemorated.

Italian program in the Catholic School System

Month 2 Year 5 Volume 2

Interest has been expressed in re-introducing a program of Italian Language studies at Cardinal Leger Junior High School, located at 8808 - 144 Avenue. At a recent meeting of the Parent Advisory Council, a request was initiated to determine whether such a program would be a viable language option for the school.

L'avvocato Peter Caffaro nominato Queen's Counsellor

Month 3 Year 5 Volume 2

This article is a nomination of Peter Caffaro to Queen's Counsel, and looks at his life.

Yes!!! Italian Program in the Catholic School System

Month 4 Year 5 Volume 2

I am extremely pleased and proud to announce that the Catholic School Board of Edmonton has recognized the need for a viable Italian language program at the Junior High School level and has, therefore, approved a program to be offered as an option at Cardinal Leger Junior High School in the coming school year.

New York/Preconferenza e novit? in emigrazione

Month 6 Year 5 Volume 2

This article deals with a conference on emigration in New York, with the participation of the Italian Minister of External Affair Giulio Andreotti and the Italian Minister of Labour Rino Formica. At this conference, issues related to emigration, old and new, are discussed.

A Canadian Viewpoint: Reflections on Multiculturalism

Month 8 Year 5 Volume 2

The article that follows was presented as a paper by Adriana Albi Davies at the Seconda Conferenza Nazionale dell'Emigrazione, June 6-8, in New York. Dr. Albi Davies, President of the National Congress of Italian-Canadians, Edmonton District, was one of the delegates selected by the Consul General in Vancouver to represent Western Canada.

A Natale verr? anche Lui?

Month 12 Year 5 Volume 2

This article is a message to the Italian community for the Christmas season of 1988. Drawing from Luke 2-3:10, the writer hopes for a better world for everybody, especially for the poor and those in need.

Conclusa a Roma la 2^ Conferenza Nazionale Affermazioni Di Principio E Strade Per L'Emigrazione

Month 1 Year 6 Volume 3

This article features the conclusion of the National Conference on the Emigration, from which came a significant statement: "the Italian communities in the world are considered a strategic resource that has to be recognized and valued even in the internal and external affairs of the country".

Italiani registratevi!

Month 1 Year 6 Volume 3

This article is a letter from the Vice Consul Giovanni Bincoletto to let Italian communities outside of Italy know about the new laws pertaining to them.

Antiche Radici e Nuova Immagine degli Italiani nel Mondo

Month 1 Year 6 Volume 3

This article is a paper about old roots and new emigration trends of Italians, presented by Adriana Albi Davies Ph.D..


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