German Canadian Congress Ontario
Deutschkanadischer Kongress, Ontario        








May 14, 2017 at 12:00 noon                  Mother's Day Buffet          519-745-5617       

May 26, 2017 at 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.   Schnitzel Friday                905-564-0060     
Hansa Haus

May 27, at 8:00 p,m.                                Band Concert                  519 744-1191
Transylvania Club, Kitchener

May 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.                      40th Anniversary             281-282-5968
Burgenländer Club, Toronto                 1686 Ellesmere Rd. Scarborough               

May 28, 2017 at  1:30 p.m.                     Kaffee-Kino-Kuchen        905-277-8595
Hansa Haus    

June 17, 2017  at 12:00 noon               Golf Tournament/Waldfest      519-744-1191
Transylvania Club, Kitchener

June 23-25 2017                                     Heimattreffen                             519-744-1191  
Transylvania Club, Kitchener   
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An Umbrella Organisation that speaks for German-Canadians
Come to our German Canadian Clubs and enjoy the events

Our Mission

To give Canadians,
whose heritage is German, a united voice
towards  the government, the media and
the  public at large;

To make known the
contributions that Canadians of German
heritage, and others who are sympathetic
to our cause, have made to build our
community, province and country.  
In special cases these persons are
honoured by receiving the “Heritage Award”
of the German-Canadian Congress;  

To meet regularly with representatives
of the different levels of government
and the media in order to present
the concerns of our community;  

To have a good relationship and
work together with the
German Embassy  in Ottawa
and with the
Consulate General in Toronto;  

To take a firm stand against unfair
stereotyping and
untrue accusations
against Canadians of German heritage

To take a firm stand on protecting
the rights of the individual person
within the laws of Canada
and the Human Rights Declaration
of the United Nations;  

To support clubs,
whose cultural background
is German, in their work to preserve
German heritage and traditions
and to be a link between those clubs;  

To be an information centre for persons
who have questions about German-
Canadian issues regardless where
these persons live or where they come
from;  

To have representatives in all districts of
Eastern Canada.  

Almost 3 Million Canadians consider
themselves of German Heritage.  

We invite you to become a Member of
the German-Canadian Congress (Ont.)  

We speak for you