Date/Time: Friday Feb. 28 at 6:30 PM Place: TD Place Arena (1015 Bank St. Ottawa), activities near Gate 3
The Japanese Embassy, the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC), the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (CCPSA), and OJCA/OJCC are holding a Japan Night event at the Ottawa 67s hockey game on February 28, to publicize the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics. At 6:30, prior to puck drop, Ambassador Kawamura will give a brief speech followed by Boccia Canada doing a demonstration of Paralympic boccia, along with a performance by the KDC Japanese children’s hip-hop troupe.
The Ottawa 67s have set aside a block of tickets which can be purchased from the OJCA at the reduced price of $15 each. Tickets must be purchased electronically, and will be available to be picked up at the box office by Gate 3. To order a ticket, please Click the Tickets button below.
Once you receive a reply from the OJCA Treasurer, you will be asked to pay for your ticket(s) by e-transfer (You will be provided with a security question). If this method of payment presents a problem for you, please contact an OJCA Board member to make other arrangements.
It is my pleasure
to introduce myself as the new Ambassador of Japan to Canada. After
arriving in Canada on November 19, 2019, I presented my credentials
to Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie
Payette, Governor General of Canada, on December 18 and officially
began my duties as Ambassador of Japan to Canada.
year, Japan-Canada relations were strengthened in various areas such
as security, economy and culture. This year, I am fully committed to
further developing positive bilateral relations in all areas. We have
many events to look forward to this year, most notably the Tokyo
Olympic and Paralympic Games. I hope you will enjoy the biggest
sports festival in Japan!
my time as Ambassador, I will also work hard for the
Japanese-Canadian community in Ottawa. I appreciate your continued
support and look forward to working with you this year!