Canadian Polish Congress Manitoba Branch

The Canadian-Polish Congress (Polish: Kongres Polonii Kanadyjskiej, KPK), is an umbrella organization founded in 1944 by Polish-Canadians in Canada to coordinate the activities and to articulate the concerns of the Canadian Polish community on public policy issues.

The Congress is an non-profit organization whose all members are volunteers, sparing their free time to help Poles. This help includes, among others, representing the Polish Community of Manitoba in dealing with the authorities of Winnipeg and of the province, as well as coordinating the activity of the local Polish diaspora – especially in terms of the Polish language education and celebrating Polish national holidays.

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