Toronto, Canada - October 6, 2022
The Government of Canada has announced funding to remove barriers and improve inclusivity in sport in Canada! The announcement was made by Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health and to the Minister of Sport, Hon. Adam van Koeverden. “Sport is a catalyst to a healthy and happy lifestyle. Opportunities that lead to healthy bodies and minds should be available for everyone. We are committed to supporting initiatives that will help us realize our goal of a more inclusive Canadian sport system that benefits everyone.” he said.
Toronto, Canada – September 18, 2022
Kenyan Canadian Association - KCA held the second edition of Seniors Day & Workshop on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at Istar Banquet Hall 235 Dixon Road, Toronto ON M9P 2M5
The event featured the Senior of the Year Award ceremony to honour seniors and older adults, 55 years and above, that have made outstanding voluntary contribution enriching the social, economic and cultural life in the community. The recipients of the award were those who had committed to serve without personal or financial gain.
Tuesday, March 1, 2022 – Toronto, Ontario.
Kenyan Canadian Association - KCA, a federal not-for-profit that implements programs that focus on the racialized and other marginalized groups has appointed Mr. Wycliffe Isaiah Oduor Molah as the Calgary Regional Chair.
Based in the City of Calgary, Alberta Province, Wycliffe has joined KCA Council to represent Kenyans living in Southern Alberta and to serve them with like minded leaders.
He believes Kenyan Canadian Association is a great reality that will enable Kenyans channel their different skills and resources for the betterment of our all Canadians of Kenyan origin across the Country.