FIND AND CONNECT WITH POLISH COMMUNITIES IN CANADA
The first Poles to come to Canada are recorded as arriving in the 18th century, with the first newcomers settling in Montreal. Apart from during the world wars, they have been migrating ever since, and the Polish community is an integral part of society in cities throughout Canada.
There are approximately 170,000 Polish expats residing in Canada, making the Polish community one of the largest expat communities in the country. Furthermore, over one million Canadians claim partial or full Polish ethnicity.
Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ottawa – Provides consular services and assistance to Polish in Canada
Polish Alliance of Canada – Carries out cultural, charitable and social activities, cultivating Polish traditions and promotes the rich heritage of Polish culture
PolishCanadians.ca – An online directory providing information on Polish events, organisations, businesses etc. in Canada
Canadian Polish Congress- 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.
Polish Heritage in Canada – Provides information on Polish heritage and provides an insight into the contribution that individuals of Polish origin have had on the development of Canada
Polish Community Centre Vancouver – Preserves the Polish language and culture and helps new arrivals in Vancouver and the surrounding areas