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CORVINA Hungarian-Canadian Business Directory

On-line business directory with the following categories: animals, arts, astrology, bakery/food, book stores, car rentals, car sales & services, classifieds, community houses, computers, consultants, dental, driving schools, education fashion, financial, florists, graphic design, hair/beauty, flooring, health/lifestyle, home improvement, insurance, jewellery, law, media, medical, music/dance, organizations, pension home, pharmacies, photo/video, printing, programs, real estate, restaurants, services, translations, transportation, travel.

Canadian Hungarian Journal & Community Archives

More than 150,000 Canadians of Hungarian origin live in the larger cities of Canada, especially in Toronto, Montreal and throughout southern Ontario. Hungarians have been living in Canada since the beginning of the twentieth century when they first settled in rural areas of the western provinces. The Canadian Hungarian Journal & Community Archives aims to provide information about the present and past activities of the Hungarian communities of Canada. The purpose of this website is twofold. Firstly, the Journal intends to provide current information on Hungarian churches, community organizations and Hungarian schools operating across Canada. Additionally, the Journal publishes articles on upcoming events in Canada's Hungarian communities as well as other news of significance to Hungarians living in Canada.

Kaleidoscope - Hungarian-English Cultural Magazine

Hungarian-English Cultural Magazine - published bimonthly.

The New Hungarian Voice - Newsletter

A Vancouver newsletter dedicated to the promotion of Hungarian culture. The primary mission of The New Hungarian Voice is to promote Hungarian culture in Canada, by making the nation’s history, arts, literature, current events and music more accessible to Hungarian Canadians, new immigrants and non-Hungarians. Our secondary aim is to help build a strong community, not only from original immigrants, but including the new generations who make up the majority of the Hungarian Canadian population.